DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 71-year-old Type 2 diabetic woman, but I find the glucose monitoring systems requiring blood samples so painful to use that I don't test.
Many important life decisions come after graduation; what job to take, where to live, and let’s not forget how or when to repay those student loans.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am an 84-year-old female. Luckily for me, I have never been ill with chickenpox, measles or mumps.
DEAR DR. ROACH: Do Trimix injections work for erectile dysfunction, and are they safe? -- M.B.
Spring signals the return to outdoor activities but also the return to garage sales. Everyone has a bunch of stuff that they would rather sell than trash. Setting up a garage sale is easy but as a consumer remember it’s buyer beware.
I’ve been thinking a bit about 1979 when Ron Lancaster took over as head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
I find when most people think of massage they think about relaxation. A common misconception with massage is that it's just for back pain, or that it can only do so much.
DEAR DR. ROACH: A year ago, I had surgery for bladder cancer, and had a small stroke and pulmonary clot. During this past year, I've had five CT scans, three chest X-rays and a couple of other scans to diagnose the stroke and clot.