Today I’m going to have a good day. Before you think, that’s easier said than done sometimes, let me explain.
Last year around this time, I was going somewhere with a relative of mine. 632 more words
Pharmacists have finally developed the following 6 things to question in partnership with Choosing Wisely Canada: 293 more words
According to Ricki Lewis from Medscape (October 5, 2017):
“The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Endocrinology has added five tests commonly ordered for children and teens showing signs of early puberty, short height, or other hormone-related concerns to the 15 tests already making up their Choosing Wisely campaign.” 513 more words
A list of five Choosing Wisely recommendations from the field of occupational medicine caught my attention the other day. For those of you who have never had the pleasure of working with a real live occupational therapist, they are under-appreciated healthcare professionals who help recuperating patients develop, recover, and improve practical skills they need for daily living. 979 more words
Great editorial on the changing medical times… In a recent Family Medicine journal one physician poetically writes about that contemporary medical practice is a continuous process of updating medical practices and frank change. 113 more words
We all have enemies, but there are some people who try to make everyone like them. We have people who sway back and forth politically so they have both sides loving them, we have people who love Jesus and the world so they have everyone liking them, but that is wrong. 558 more words