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The Doctor Game: Gifford Jones

<b>The Doctor Game: </b>I hated picking peaches

The Doctor Game: I hated picking peaches

400 million North Americans suffer with allergies and, for some, allergy season never ends
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Can six million readers answer this question?

The Doctor Game: Can six million readers answer this question?

Hoping to spur debate, Dr. Gifford Jones asks some serious questions about links between high doses of vitamin C and lower rates of Alzheimer's disease
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Strokes - not just for the elderly

The Doctor Game: Strokes - not just for the elderly

It happen to Kris Letang, the Pittsburgh Penguin hockey player. Could it happen to you, too?
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Informed consent - are you really informed?

The Doctor Game: Informed consent - are you really informed?

It’s usually what we call an “Act of God”, in which neither the surgeon nor anesthetist is at fault. But regardless of the cause, you have still left this planet
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> What you don't know about eyes

The Doctor Game: What you don't know about eyes

Are your eyes mismatched? 
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Vitamin K2: how it helps heart and bone

The Doctor Game: Vitamin K2: how it helps heart and bone

This vitamin could help reduce calcium deposits in arteries
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> There's more to constipation than grunting

The Doctor Game: There's more to constipation than grunting

Yet another good reason to take plenty of vitamin C
<b>The Doctor Game: </b> Fidgeting, and magic underwear

The Doctor Game: Fidgeting, and magic underwear

Fidgeting can be healthy, says the magic underwear
<b>The Doctor Game: </b>Have you ever wanted to say, 'I told you so'?

The Doctor Game: Have you ever wanted to say, 'I told you so'?

Getting older is always fatal, cancer of the prostate only sometimes
<b>The Doctor Game: </b>Dying, I don't want to be there when it happens

The Doctor Game: Dying, I don't want to be there when it happens

An update on the status of pain control and palliative care