How academic wizards can be doozie doctors.
Call me skeptical, but the new Apple Series 4 watch, touted as having a “serious role as a clinical health tracker” makes me worry that it’s going to fire up the hypochondriacs. [caption id="attachment_2577" align="alignnone" width="707"] A Cool New Gadget[/caption] About to be on the market, the watch has improved heart rate sensor; a…Read more
The patient I saw in the clinic yesterday has fully embraced the Virginia senate’s unanimous vote decriminalizing medical marijuana it would seem. Edward C. was my first patient, being seen for the first time. “He uses quite a lot of marijuana” the nurses who checked him in told me. “He smoked some this morning”…Read more
The idea that we are what we eat apparently was touted first by French lawyer and epicure Anthelme Brillat-Savarin in a meditation on the effect of gastronomie on gout in 1826. [caption id="attachment_2555" align="alignnone" width="836"] There's Many Ways Our Food Gets Contaminated[/caption] The exact term “you are what you eat” was first used in…Read more