Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Oxymoronic Medicine Behind Haynesworth's Rhabdomyolysis

A doctor friend ran a quick literature review on rhabdomyolysis, which occurs when muscles breakdown and release toxins into your blood. Here's the citation he pulled: "Fernandez et al reviewed 97 adult patients who presented to a university emergency department with rhabdomyolysis and found that the most common risk factors were cocaine use (30%), exercise (29%), and immobilization (18%)."

Basically most people suffering from "The R" (much easier to say/ type than rhabdomyolysis) are lethargic blow addicts, which seems like an oxymoron. DBSF always pegged Haynesworth as a Patron and room service guy but, apparently he's got some lazy partying in him.


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  2. You think Rad Bad Mollyosis is bad, there is an article in USA Today Venezia that says most people think they have allergies but its really something called Non-Allergic Rhinitis.

    I didn't read the article because I KNOW I have allergies. This article is about some other dumbasses.