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Being Forgetful About Feeling Regretful

Being Forgetful About Feeling Regretful

How regretful are you?  Yes, that’s, regretful not forgetful!  Most of us go through the day and don’t ponder our regrets much beyond, “why did I eat fries when there was a side salad?” Others, and interestingly enough, more women than men, are consumed by so called “repetitive regrets.”  These mega-regret, mental overloads –  constantly going over and over situations and outcomes in your mind and... »

An Aspirin A Day

An Aspirin A Day

Is an aspirin a day better than an apple a day at keeping the doctor away? According to the US Preventive Services Task Force, an aspirin a day for people in their fifties and sixties may help in the prevention of a first heart attack or stroke. This is so-called primary prevention—in other words: if you’ve never had a heart attack or stroke, this will prevent one. There may also, and I stress may... »

DCoC Video: Therapeutic Stink

DCoC Video: Therapeutic Stink

Sometimes in medicine we have to talk about subjects that are very serious, complicated and frequently emotional. And when we do such a subject here on DCoC we hope we bring a delicacy and seriousness that the subject deserves. Therapeutic stink is such a subject.  So please join Dr. Serious as he explains the role of farting, yep farting, in our lives. It’ll make you laugh…seriously, it’ll make y... »

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