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The Road To Hellth

Published: June 21, 2013

Healthcare, as delivered in America today, has been the subject of endless discussion in the last few years – if not decades. There is almost universal agreement that changes need to be made to improve American medicine, yet there seems to be little consensus about what needs to be done. The dissatisfaction on the patient’s side of things is more read more »

America’s Doctor, Revisted

Published: April 30, 2011

Sacramento Men’s Health is testing the YouTube water. We already debuted Dr. Doug’s interview with Professor Charlie Bamforth in an audio format (with accompanying photographs) on YouTube, with some mild success. Today I want to revisit one of my favorite Radio Parallax interviews, Dr. Doug’s chat with a fellow media physician, Dr. Dean Edell. read more »

Dr. Simon Singh talks Alternative Medicines

Published: October 9, 2010

Many Americans rely on “alternative medicine” treatments. There have always been doubts about the efficacy of such therapies. Studies have been undertaken in recent years to test them. In some cases the jury is in. A few years ago I interviewed the co-author of a book which summarized what can be said about such treatments. Dr. Simon Singh is a read more »

Weighing In: Dr. Aguilar on Whooping Cough

Published: August 11, 2010

Dr. Doug hosts the radio program Radio Parallax, which can be heard in the Davis/Sacramento area on KDVS 90.3FM on Thursday evening from 5-6PM. Recently, Dr. Doug interviewed his friend and fellow physician Dr. Gary Aguilar about his contraction of the debilitating bacterium B. pertussis, the cause of the disease known as whooping cough. This firsthand read more »

Dr. Doug and Gregg Stebben Talk Prostate Cancer

Published: July 11, 2010

Dr. Doug hosts the radio program “Radio Parallax” which can be heard on KDVS 90.3FM in the Davis/Sacramento area. “Radio Parallax” air on Thursdays at 5:00PM, or can be heard online at http://www.radioparallax.com. Recently, Dr. Doug spoke with Gregg Stebben, editor of Men’s Health Magazine about some recent developments concerning the early read more »

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