Dr Michael Tam was interviewed and quoted in an article on medical myths, published in The Sunday Telegraph (The Daily Telegraph) , by Jack Morphet. (PDF)
This article was published in the May 2017 edition of Medical Observer, under the title, “NSAIDs: Is there a catch?” (pp. 62-63). (PDF)
The following article was published in The Conversation:
Monday’s medical myth: cranberry juice prevents bladder infections
By Michael Tam, University of New South Wales
You might eat them in a sauce alongside your Christmas turkey or drink them juiced, perhaps with a shot of vodka. But the sweet, tart cranberry is also well known as a remedy for preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs). Continue reading
The following is the first article in a new two-monthly column published in Medical Observer, an Australian non-peer reviewed news/periodical for general practitioners.
It is on the Medical Observer website (may need registration).