For Prospective Parents

 Posted by on September 8, 2013
Sep 082013
For Prospective Parents

By Richard Wagner
Dr Dick, my husband and I have been arguing about circumcising our son since we learned we were pregnant with a boy. It is really putting a real strain on our marriage. He is not circumcised and he wants the same for our son. But the men in my family are all circumcised; and I was taught it was a serious matter of health and hygiene. Would you mind weighing in on this? The birth of our son should be a time for celebration not conflict.

Seeing Past the Sex to the Education

 Posted by on March 11, 2011
Mar 112011


Seeing Past the Sex to the Education: A Manifesto on Why We Need Good Sex Education

Periodically a controversy arises in the world of education about what is and isn’t suitable to teach our youth and young adults. Religious groups, parent organizations, businesses, academics and politicians have all taken turns weighing in on a variety of issues of ranging from drug education to the merits of teaching intelligent design in science courses.

Dec 022010

By TM Bernard

After twelve years in the pharmaceutical industry selling drugs for everything from the ticker to the tooter, and I now have to admonish anyone for being so naïve as to think the following is news: “Ray Moynihan, journalist and lecturer at the University of Newcastle in Australia, discovered that drug industry employees have worked with paid key opinion leaders to help develop the disease entity


 Posted by on October 19, 2010
Oct 192010

by Dr. Brian

Herpes is the luggage of sexually transmitted diseases. Once you’re infected it recurs over and over again and you carry it around with you for the rest of your life. Herpes is one of those infections that cause the uninfected to treat the infected like lepers.