Columnists: Practicing Medicine in Print

Dr. William Brady, a spry, 84-year old resident of Beverly Hills, takes great pride in his health. Brady is deaf in one ear, and a few months ago he had to give up daily somersaulting after cracking a vertebra in a dizzy spell following a spin. But his eyes are bright, 16 of his teeth are his own, and his arteries are no harder than those of a man of 45. All told, Brady makes a lively exhibit for the efficacy of his own advice, which he has dispensed daily through his syndicated...

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