It May Not Be As Rare As We Think If you look at the medical literature, diabetes insipidus (DI) is a rare condition. Recently though, I have identified multiple patients with this condition. The revelation occurred, unfortunately, with the rise in
Covid-19 & Obstructive Sleep Apnea
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us the importance of good health. Medications alone will not insure favorable outcomes. It is time that we begin to look to ourselves to remain healthy and not believe that there will be one magic pill
Health Update – Maddie W.
Health Update - Maddie W. Hello Dr. P, I am writing you by email to update you on my current health status, as I feel you may enjoy hearing the ways your medical practice has changed my life for the better.
Ivermectin in prophylaxis and treatment of COVID-19
Should Ivermectin be used to treat COVID? by John B. Abell MD, ABIM, IFMCP,FAARFM, ABAARM There has been much ado from the CDC and FDA with negative press on using a “parasite” drug in both prophylaxis and treatment of COVID 19.
Metabolic Inflammation and Covid-19
Two medications recently have been shown to have benefit in combating the severity of Covid-19. Patients taking statin drugs such as Lipitor who develop Covid-19 have a 40-50% reduction in dying of Covid-19 if they are admitted to the hospital. Diabetic
Why Remdesivir Doesn’t Work And The Benefits of Early Therapeutics
On July 16th, 2021, Web MD published an article titled, “Large Remdesivir Study Finds No Survival Covid-19 Benefit”. The study was conducted by the VA, which showed no changes in survivability in VA patients that had Covid-19, with and without the
HIV and Covid-19
In the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, those of us that care for patients with HIV/AIDs were very concerned on how it would impact these patients. HIV is considered a risk factor for worse outcomes to Covid-19 because of the immunocompromised
Allergic to Atlanta
I have been in the metro-Atlanta area now for over 25 years and in that time, I have known many people who have commented that they were “allergic to Atlanta”. In this period, and with the work I’ve done in chronic