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It’s Time To Amend Board Recertification

Doctors are reporting an alarming rate of dissatisfaction and burnout, with some leaving the practice of medicine altogether. Administrators and insurance companies are often blamed; however, our own professional organizations impose a significant portion of the problem.

Covid Loses Most Ability To Infect After 20 Minutes In Air

Study indicates distancing and masks help curb infection. Office-like environments seen as safer than humid shower rooms.

A Shout Out To Small Hospitals

I’m a small-time doc in a small town, and I work at a small hospital in the Midwest, and I’m proud of it. The huge university hospitals (like Cleveland Clinic) get all the glory (especially in society and in the press), but small hospitals like mine drive this country.

Top Tennis Star Uses Australia Banishment As Marketing Ploy

Novak Djokovic is the controlling shareholder in a Danish biotech firm aiming to develop a treatment for Covid-19 that does not involve vaccination, it has emerged.

I’m Sorry, But I Can’t “Clear” Your Patient

Every primary care provider has been there. A patient comes in requesting a pre-operative evaluation or places a phone call or EMR message expressing the need for “clearance” before having a surgical procedure.

Scientists Discover Gene That Increases Risk Of Dying From Covid

Polish scientists find gene doubling risk of strong symptoms. About 14% of Poles may have the gene, the researchers say.

How a Rare Brain Mutation Spread Across America

The Bowlin family knew they had a history of malformations in the brain. But they had no idea how far back it went.

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