January 23, 2007, 10:08 am

The Evidence Is In: It’s Grand Rounds!

bayerGood ol’ Bayer aspirin!

It works whether you’re a housewife, a football player in the rain, a mailman or a prostitute!

And check out our guy with the glass stomach and the zig-zag esophagus!

Looks like “instant flaking action” means the pill dissolves in your esophagus before it hits your gut!

This was thought to be advantageous back then? Now we enteric coat them so they won’t even dissolve in the stomach!

Either that or it turns you into an instant flake!

Look what it did to me and all I did was post it!


It’s Tuesday.

I have my cup of coffee.

My computer is on.

All the evidence points to one incontrovertible fact…

…it’s time for Grand Rounds!

This week the theme is evidence-based medicine and our host is none other than our esteemed ScienceBlog Colleague Dr. Signout at, where else, Signout!

Check it out!


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