Posted by: notdeaddinosaur | March 24, 2015


Really? I mean…REALLY??

From Medscape [behind paywall]:

In a statement to Medscape Medical News, AMA President Robert M. Wah, MD, said, “While immediate access to online information has been of great benefit to patients and health care professionals, the American Medical Association is greatly concerned that a substantial proportion of health information on the Internet might be inaccurate, erroneous, outdated, misleading, or fraudulent, and thereby pose a threat to patients and public health.”

All I can say has already been said here:

Duty Calls

Everything I need to know about romance, sarcasm, math, and language I learned from xkcd.



  1. Gee, you think?

  2. You may be wrong about chronic Lyme disease. Although I don’t see it in your blog, there was the Inquirer article on Easter in which you state there is no such thing. Would that it were so. Unable to contact at

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