Month: July 2011

Update on the triamterene shortage

Just a heads up to readers that I’ve added some new information to my earlier post about the nationwide shortage of triamterene/HCTZ. It seems there was indeed a recall, initiated last November by Sandoz because of an irregularity they discovered… Read More ›

Yosemite’s moonbows

Have you ever heard of a moonbow? I hadn’t until today. Rainbows at night, in bright moonlight, forming in the mist of Yosemite’s falls. National parks truly are national treasures.

Microsoft needs geography lesson

Microsoft is making big plans to challenge Apple’s burgeoning number of retail outlets across the country. To announce the company’s plans, COO Kevin Turner presented a slide show at the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. Personally, I think if Microsoft expects… Read More ›