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  • Dr. Firollo
    Corrective surgery tips from Dr. Fiorillo
    Losing a large amount of weight is something that should be celebrated! Unfortunately a number of people who lose 50 percent or more of their body fat will most likely experience loose skin. According to NBC News 21 percent ofbariatric surgery...
  • The Art & Science of Healing
    Interview with Dr. Mark J. Rogers, author of 'The Art & Science of Healing'
    Today’s guest is Dr. Mark J. Rogers, author of the medical self-help book, The Art & Science of Healing – With Light. Dr. Rogers has been a general practitioner for thirty years and developed his expertise in soft tissue injuries,...
  • Finding A Doctor In The 21st Century
    Finding A Doctor In The 21st Century
    With the new age of communication and information, it became much easier to find anything online, from an address to a rare collectors’ item. Moreover, people can not only use search engines to find what they’ve been looking for, but...
  • Tarragon's 'Waiting Room' not as good as it could have been
    Tarragon's 'Waiting Room' half raw, half over-affected
    There are six characters in Tarragon Theatre's production of Diane Flack's "Waiting Room" (dir. Richard Greenblatt), each of whom formed interconnected relationships with each other over the course of two hours. They are three...
  • Teen posed as doctor: Deceit shocks doctors and people everywhere, mentally ill teen
    Teen posed as doctor: Man wore lab coat; suffers from mental illness, says mom
    A teen posed as a doctor for the duration of at least four weeks, fooling patients and medical staff alike. However, the young man's mom says her son suffers from mental illness, and because of this (and the fact no patients were harmed during...
  • Teen posed as doctor
    Doogie Howser imposter? 17-year-old mentally ill 'doctor' peeped in OB/GYN rooms
    A Doogie Howser imposter? A Florida teen posed as a doctor for weeks at a West Palm Beach hospital, roaming the halls, checking in on patients – and had a particular interest in hanging around the OB/GYN exam rooms. The 17-year-old teenager,...
  • Doctors deliver baby after crash: Dying mom's baby saved after abuse, car crash
    Doctors deliver baby after crash: Dying mom's baby saved after abuse, car crash
    Doctors were forced to deliver a baby after a mom was involved in a horrific crash at approximately 2 a.m. New Year's Day in Houston, Texas. The mom, identified as 25-year-old Monica Ramirez, was found naked and dying on the side of the road...
  • Doctor murder rap: Local doctor in major trouble, might have caused HIV wave
    Doctor murder rap: 106 patients get HIV, man charged with murder for syringe use
    A doctor may be getting a murder rap after accidentally causing a big HIV outbreak in a Cambodian village for poor syringe use. A medical practitioner without his license is being accused of negligence this week, which resulted in approximately...
  • I Have Seen God by Klaus Dieter-John
    Doctor Finds Proof of God’s Existence in the Highlands of Peru
    Imagine being medically trained at some of the most prestigious institutions in the world — Harvard and Yale — and turning your back on a lucrative medical career in private practice to care for the poor. As Klaus-Dieter John writes in...
  • Indiana newlyweds murder-suicide on wedding night
    Indiana newlyweds murder-suicide: Doctor, nurse wedding night turns blood bath
    The happiest day of their life turned to tragedy as a doctor and nurse newlywed couple were found dead in their home from gunshot wounds. The groom shot and killed the bride then took off to the basement, where he was later found dead with a self...
  • NIH admits US doctor exposed to Ebola virus at Clinical Center
    NIH admits US doctor exposed to Ebola virus to Clinical Center
    On the heels of the release of a third Ebola patient from a US hospital, another has been admitted. Washington'sCBS affiliatereports that an American physician exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone was admitted to the...
  • Tips on Electing a Primary Care Physician
    Tips on electing a primary care physician
    Deciding to change primary care physicians can seem like a daunting task for most people. It can also be the best decision they make for their family. It helps if they think of the doctor as a partner on keeping them healthy rather than curing a...
  • Dr Deschamps
    The way back to family medicine
    Every year more and more doctors are going to a cash-only business model ("Cash-only" is a loose description. Many do accept payment by debit or credit card too.)According to CNN money about 4% of respondents to a survey conducted in...
  • Flying Over Home
    Life with(out) father
    "Flying Over Home" (Wordpress, $18.95) by Durham resident Jeanette Stokes is a memoir about her father and how she spent much of her adult life trying to learn who he really was.Many years ago Jeanette and I were seminarians together. We...
  • Sexting during Surgery
    Sexting during surgery: Seattle doctor gets his kicks by sexting during surgery
    A Seattle doctor has been suspended for allegedly sending dozens of “sexting” texts while in the middle of surgeries. Doctor Arthur Zilberstein, a Seattle-area anesthesiologist, had his medical license yanked and suspended last week...