Dr. Lindeman

Dr. Lindeman


Dr. Lindeman graduated from Yale College in 1986 with a BA in molecular biophysics and biochemistry. He received his MD and Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1994. Since their retirement from medicine, Dr. Lindeman has been writing and editing on topics ranging from healthcare policy to basic science. His work can be found at libertymedcom.com.

Education, honors, and certifications

  • Columbia University - Doctor of Medicine (MD), Medicine
    1986 - 1994
  • Columbia University - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Molecular Physiology
    1988 - 1992
  • Yale University - MB&B, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    1982 - 1986

Latest guides

8 Ball of Cocaine

25 July 2023

An 8 ball of cocaine refers to an 8th of an ounce, or 3.5 grams, of the drug. Read here to learn more about the cost of an 8 ball of cocaine and other facts.

Zaleplon (Sonata)

29 March 2023

Zaleplon (Sonata) is a sedative medication used to treat insomnia. Learn about its effects, dosage, side effects, and potential risks.

What is Lean?

08 November 2022

Lean, often (purple drank) is a liquid combination of prescription cough syrup and other ingredients that can cause euphoria, addiction, and overdose.

Step 12 of AA: Helping others

08 February 2022

Step 12 concludes the 12 Step program of AA and prepares those who suffer from alcohol addiction as they go in to long-term recovery.

Step 4 of AA: Make a moral inventory

08 February 2022

Step 4 of AA begins the next part in the recovering addict's journey, where they begin to look inside themselves and take stock of who they are.

Latest articles

Antihistamines Make Opioid Overdoses Deadlier

17 October 2022

Research into opioid overdose deaths suggests that antihistamines may impact the effectiveness of life-saving overdose prevention medications like Naloxone.