Monthly Archives: June 2012

Much Ado about Adderall

If the New York Times is to be believed (and it usually is), the latest drug craze among American teens is not marijuana, Oxycontin or so-called “bath salts”. Rather, the next generation of doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs and politicians seems to … Continue reading

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Prepping for PrEP

An estimated 34 million people around the world are infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Most of these individuals live in developing countries, but approximately 1.2 million Americans are infected. A quarter to a third of those living … Continue reading

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