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The Doctor Game

<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Who sent you these?

The Doctor Game: Who sent you these?

Years ago in my medical office I was convinced that tight jeans and panties were causing repeated pelvic infections in women. So, in jest, I wrote a column about it suggesting that Yves St Laurent should design better jeans and panties. Then I forget
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Fight infection like an Olympic athlete

The Doctor Game: Fight infection like an Olympic athlete

Athletic defence of the body's immune system is the subject of this week's column by Dr. W. Gifford Jones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> How readers would treat 42,000 addicts

The Doctor Game: How readers would treat 42,000 addicts

This week Dr. Gifford Jones brings us the column he thought he would never be able to write
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Doctor assisted death

The Doctor Game: Doctor assisted death

The problems of society are caused by so-called intelligent people who are largely fools
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Has anyone felt your testicles lately?

The Doctor Game: Has anyone felt your testicles lately?

Males at greatest risk of developing testicular cancer are those between the ages of 15 and 35
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> How to cure 42,000 addicts quickly

The Doctor Game: How to cure 42,000 addicts quickly

This week, Dr. Gifford Jones shares his thoughts on the use of methadone to treat people who are addicted to heroin
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Guarding against a devastating telephone call

The Doctor Game: Guarding against a devastating telephone call

Young drivers make fatal mistakes that should never happen.
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> The perils of being a patient

The Doctor Game: The perils of being a patient

This week, Dr. Gifford Jones discusses what he calls one of the greatest hazards to your health - being a patient
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Cholesterol drugs linked to Type 2 Diabetes

The Doctor Game: Cholesterol drugs linked to Type 2 Diabetes

What is the last thing our health care system needs? More cases of Type 2 diabetes. According to the Diabetes Association, more than 33 million people in North America suffer from diabetes. More millions are unaware they have pre-diabetes
<b>The Doctor Game: </b>Reading history could save a child's life

The Doctor Game: Reading history could save a child's life

Unless our white blood cells are saturated with vitamin C they are like soldiers with no bullets