Sunday House Call, #678, December 23, 2018: The Five PR words and tricks that are used to usurp the reality that these announcements are of no significant consequence to consumers
Topics today include:
Health News Review has published a quick guide to the five quick PR tricks used to dupe you.
Your calls about:
- The basis for the recommendation to take ASA if you are suspect or are having a heart attack
- A 56-year-old woman reports passing a colon polyp that is determined to be of high grade dysplasia. What does this mean?
- New studies change the recommendations regarding ASA for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease for people over the age of 70 in particular.
- Are there any optional vaccines for infants in addition to the regular schedule?
- A woman states that her sore foot causing significant disability is ignored by her doctor. She wants to know what to do.
- The 15-minute-rule for reestablishing normal sleep patterns.