SA on track to lift Melbourne travel ban

South Australia remains on track to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions for people from Melbourne on Thursday, Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says. The travel ban will be the key topic at a meeting of the state’s transition committee on Tuesday. “All the indications are that we will be able to relax those restrictions, Mr Stevens told… Read More »

Myth Busters: Cellulite IS Normal

According to Medical News Today: “Cellulite can affect both men and women, but it is more common in females, due to the different distributions of fat, muscle, and connective tissue. Between 80 and 90 percent of women may experience cellulite at some point in their lives.” That makes it pretty normal!! The exact cause of cellulite is unknown,… Read More »

‘I Am Worth It’: Why Thousands of Doctors in America Can’t Get a Job

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story ‘I Am Worth It’: Why Thousands of Doctors in America Can’t Get a Job Medical schools are producing more graduates, but residency programs haven’t kept up, leaving thousands of young doctors “chronically unmatched” and deep in debt. Dr. Kristy Cromblin of Pratville,… Read More »

Transparency watchdog criticizes STAT’s non-disclosure on pro-Pharma op-ed

Should publications that post op-ed pieces tell us more about who wrote the op-ed and what their potential biases and conflicts of interest might be? I’m in the camp that answers a resounding YES. Till Bruckner is, too. He writes for Transparify, an organization that rates “the financial transparency of major think tanks.” He is… Read More »