Remarkable as the decline in coronary mortality has been, some practitioners still doubt that CHD is really preventable. Dr Stamler dispels the ""eight doubts"".
Children who squint may have the capacity to develop three-dimensional vision if treatment is started early enough.
Many procedures for treatment of ingrowing toenails suffer from the disadvantage of a significant failure rate or severe post-operative pain or both.
Idiopathic postural hypotension is difficult to treat effectively.
There is little in the way of clinical evidence to allow us to predict which acne sufferers will have scarring.
Failure to give anti-D immunoglobulin to women at risk accounts for half of all cases of haemolytic disease of the newborn.