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The Doctor Game

<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Why cancer patients will suffer to protect the lives of addicts

The Doctor Game: Why cancer patients will suffer to protect the lives of addicts

The Minister of Health of Ontario has announced that doctors will no longer be able to prescribe high dose opioids to either addicts or cancer patients. It’s an asinine ruling that must be challenged   
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> An update on the risks of heartburn drugs

The Doctor Game: An update on the risks of heartburn drugs

"There is always a price to pay for prescription drugs," says Dr. W. Gifford Jones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> How to keeping well while cruising

The Doctor Game: How to keeping well while cruising

Enjoy your time at sea more with these tips from Dr. W. Gifford Jones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> What they don't tell you about baldness and heart attack

The Doctor Game: What they don't tell you about baldness and heart attack

This week, Dr. W. Gifford Jones looks at some patterns in baldness and in heart health
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> The big T: Could it get me to 95 +?

The Doctor Game: The big T: Could it get me to 95 +?

This week Dr. Gifford Jones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Wired Bras, Unwatchful Parents And Summer Tragedies

The Doctor Game: Wired Bras, Unwatchful Parents And Summer Tragedies

How to avoid a summer of disaster
<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