Monthly Archives: May 2016

Remembering My Sister, Connie Lynn Bolinger (February 12, 1953 – May 22, 2011)

My sister Connie lived in a very private world, usually keeping people, even those closest to her, at a respectful distance, not because she didn’t love them, but rather because she felt that any problems she might be carrying should … Continue reading

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A Bombardment of New Drugs

I have written other commentaries about my alarm concerning the number of new pharmaceutical drugs flooding the market and their prevalence on television as commercials every few minutes. The FDA approves a staggering number of new medications almost daily as … Continue reading

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