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Don’t get me wrong, I love hands-on, elbows-on-the-table, sauce-on-the-face eating – wings, ribs, mussels, snails, whole crab, anything that goes well with lots of friends and napkins and beer – but it’s nice occasionally to have something a bit more, well, refined. 834 more words


Medical Drones: Beyond Amazon?

by Jinesh Shah, BS, Samuel Lin, MD

Civilian drones are beginning to have applications in numerous fields, ranging from delivering shipped goods, to aerial surveillance, mapping topography, disaster relief, and even natural resource exploration. 415 more words


the girls are back

Greetings!  I’m still recovering from final reconstructive surgery, but wanted to let you all know that I am doing well.  I met my new foobs yesterday and the girls look….GREAT!   281 more words

Breast Cancer

Bono in biking accident; undergoing reconstructive surgery.

This sounds really bad, but it looks like he’s going to fully recover eventually.

Bono, 54, underwent five hours of reconstructive surgery on Sunday – which included three metal plates and 18 screws needed to repair the damage – after he was involved in a ‘high energy bicycle accident’ in New York City’s Central Park.

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Smartphones Are Pain In The Neck: Study

There’s new reason to worry about smartphones, according to Dr Kenneth Hansraj, Chief of Spine Surgery at New York Spine Surgery & Rehabilitation Medicine.   In a new… 72 more words


Bring On the Pain

After having my breasts cut off, I had plastic tissue expanders put in to start the reconstructive process. A tissue expander is like a large plastic shoulder pad shoved into your breast pocket.  447 more words

Breast Cancer

Invention Versus Innovation in Postoperative Pain Management

by John Ver Halen, MD

Instead of waiting for the next technological “quantum leap” to improve patient care, what can we do better with the tools at hand? 497 more words