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  • Bike to Work Week

    Gas prices have topped $4 a gallon. Evidence of climate change is devastating in terms of loss of lives, cost of food, and homelessness with the cyclone in Myanmar, tornadoes in North America, drought, floods, famine, icebergs breaking off around...

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  • April is National Humor Month

    Who knew it would be so hard to find medical articles from trusted sources that talk about the benefits of laughter and humor to health. Small wonder we hardly ever hear such statements as "it's summer time, let's get season pass co-payments to th...

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  • Interview with Coach E of HBO's Autism: The Musical

    I had the pleasure of interviewing Elaine Hall – Coach E – of the HBO documentary Autism: The Musical. The movie premieres Tuesday at 8 PM. Click here for the complete viewing schedule. JC: So what would you like to tell me about this proje...

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  • 5 Ways to Stop Sickness, Cold!

    About 25% of our staff is out this week or part of it due to illness, mostly minor, but some serious enough to require hospitalization. Over lunch, we were discussing ways to stay healthy at work. I offer these friendly tips for staying well:Disin...

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  • SICKO: An Industry Insider's View

    I saw Sicko yesterday and have to admit, I laughed when MM commandeered boats to Guantanamo to seek care for sick 9/11 heros and cried when he took them to Havana Hospital. Now the US Treasury Department and Michael Moore are investigating each ...

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  • Thank you, Dr. Smith at Aetiology for Grand Rounds 3.42!

    Tara C. Smith, MD, professor of Epidemiology has one awesome blog at Aetiology. I just can't get enough of all things disgusting yet fascinating about medicine, and her blog has it all! She was kind enough to include my post Voices: Somalia Situ...

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  • Heart Disease as an Interactive Drama - You Can Change the Outcome

    A piece of writing from The Lancet this month is so beautiful and eloquent, I am just going to quote it here:"Age can be deconstructed into time-related effects of disintegration that affect all of us versus time-related effects of exposure to the...

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  • Thank You Wandering Visitor for Grand Rounds!

    Wandering Visitor is an, uh...angelic looking doctor who asked the medical writers in the blogosphere to submit posts that inspire us. I submitted my post Global Healthbeat: Somalia Country of War which she kindly included in the round-up. Chec...

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  • October 10 is World Mental Health Day

    The 2007 World Mental Health Day Campaign is focuses on transcultural mental health services and treatment. With so many migrants in any given country, the need for culturally sensitive care is increasingly important - so important that the Unite...

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  • National Healthy Skin Month

    Our skin is our largest organ and the organ that everyone else sees. It protects our body, so we need to protect our skin. The American Academy of Dermatology celebrates National Healthy Skin Month in November. Dermatologists are our partners i...

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