Monthly Archives: September 2010

National Take-Back-Your-Medicine Day

Tomorrow, Sept. 25, is National Take-Back Day, a day to return unused prescription medicines for proper disposal. It’s free, it’s anonymous, it keeps medications out of the water supply, and, apparently, it also keeps drugs out of the hands of … Continue reading

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Blowing Away the Eos Derby

A phone call from Dr. Eos yesterday, and it’s official. Both my esophagitis and gastritis responded amazingly well to the budesonide, even (or—who knows—perhaps especially) in the Methocel suspension. Mr. Eos and I, in our unofficial bet, both vastly overestimated … Continue reading

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Eosinophilia Cartoon

How I ran across this one, I’m not entirely sure. But you gotta laugh sometimes. Courtesy of the blog A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor.

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Strange Community

EosinophilGirl decides to go public. Kind of. Continue reading

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