DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a problem called "shy bladder," which has put me in a legal predicament. I was pulled over for speeding (which I was). After passing a breathalyzer twice, I was taken to the police station to give a urine sample. I was unable to do so.
I have long maintained that the significant per-capita increase in child and adolescent mental health problems since the 1960s is due to the collective embrace of a parenting paradigm that has proven itself to be not only dysfunctional but also dangerous ironically, to child and teen mental …
DEAR DR. ROACH: My son-in-law had Guillain-Barre as a child, and is now 39 and a new father. He has an executive job with nothing strenuous. He cannot get the flu shot and consequently got the flu. He has been diagnosed with an infection around the heart and was hospitalized for several days.
Dear Jim: I am trying to run my central air conditioner less to save electricity. Would using a portable air conditioner use less electricity? Does one have to be vented outdoors through a window? - Karlene M.
As Congress considers additional COVID-19 relief for higher education, lawmakers should focus on helping students at greatest risk of abandoning their studies altogether.
Through sheer coincidence, I just finished a timely read from historian Joseph J. Ellis. "The Quartet" is about the oft-forgotten second American Revolution.
In Minneapolis, hues of blue and yellow form the face of a George Floyd mural, with a resolution to his last words scrawled against the purple of his sweatshirt: "I can breathe now."
DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm 69 years old. I take no medications, and I'm in very good health. Fifteen years ago, I had a hip replacement and now it is starting to squeak when I walk.
Whether you call it a second wave or, more accurately, the easily foreseeable continuation of a pandemic, COVID-19 is still spreading unchecked in several states.
Q. My ex is far more tenacious in her approach to what's going on in our nation. While I, of course sympathize with the Black Lives Matter movement, I believe change starts at home and that's how I choose to take my stand. She is quite vocal, participates in protests and wants to take our 6-…
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 77-year-old woman who suffered with urinary tract infections until my gynecologist prescribed estradiol, which I currently take.