Monthly Archives: December 2010
Too much of a good thing will quickly become a very bad thing, if we don’t put a stop to it.
Antibiotic medications (the most famous example being penicillin) are prescribed by doctors as an effective way to combat infections by killing harmful bacterial organisms in our bodies. Antibacterial household products (like hand soap) offer a topical way to achieve the same result with surface bacteria on the skin. But both can produce a higher risk of future infections.
Keep reading — Antibiotics: A Double-Edged Sword
Have you ever had an experience that you couldn’t remember a short while later, or the next day? I don’t mean anything mystical or abstract, but an actual failure of memory. (I don’t include dreams, because I’m not awake for them, and besides, they’re not real.)
This recently happened to me for the first time. It was unnerving.
Keep reading — If Memory Doesn’t Serve. . .