I recently had a conversation with a fellow member of our local Rowing Club, I'll call her Wanda.
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I was in my third year of medical school, spending some time at the Women's Health Clinic on lower University Avenue in Berkeley, California, across the Bay from my school, University of California at San Francisco. It was Spring of 1978 and the women's movement was making some headroads in med
How many times have you thought, “Sheesh 2020 has been a bitch of a year, hope 2021 is better!” ? How many times today?
“Oh no, they rushed Harvey to the hospital, they think he’s having a heart attack!” Something dramatic has happened in Harvey’s life, and a complex chain of events set in motion.
Have you been checking in with old friends? New friends? Even just your “regular friends” whom now you haven’t seen for the last month? I delight in knowing that—to the best of my knowledge—everyone is okay.
If you were to ask me what my greatest health challenge was, I would have answered you with clarity and assurance, "I am just not a very good sleeper." I might explain my different strategies and interventions and supplements that I experiment with, all to improve my sleep quality. I might eve
About a year ago I met a lovely couple, both concerned about possible cognitive changes the husband was experiencing.
(No that's not milk, scroll to bottom of article for explanation. Yes, gardens on the "farm" in the background!)
It’s just possible that the scientific world is shifting its paradigm of understanding metabolic disease.
You have to be close to my age to recognize the lyrics taken from Guys and Dolls, an influential movie of my childhood, a story for another day. How the song goes is something like, yes I can wish you riches and good luck, but