Tags » Hospitals

DeQuervain's Tenosinovitus

A friend of mine once pointed out that I seem to get diagnosed with the sexiest sounding conditions. At this point I have to agree. It sounds like a cocktail complete with absynthe. 784 more words


Hospital chaplains in Rome

By: Shannon Bostic

Chaplains have been around for centuries, and in the small southern town of Rome, Georgia, hospital chaplains are still in use and relevant to the community. 492 more words




My sister tells me it’s a man thing

Not wanting to go to the


It’s certainly true that I do not want to go… 52 more words

Dog Bites and Mice!

Oh what a week. The telephone woke me up at 3:30 on Monday morning. My daughter was in hospital in Verona She was bitten by a dog while out on her early morning run. 180 more words

Newborns are less likely to be resuscitated than adults: study

Medical staff are less likely to resuscitate newborns than they are children and adults, according to a new study.

A team of researchers at l’Université de Montréal studied the approach of the medical staff of various Montreal hospitals practising resuscitation manoeuvres on patients of different ages. 229 more words

Local News

Day 1783: The world’s scariest places

Last night, when I was at an American supermarket (which was one of the world’s scariest places in the Robin Williams movie “Moscow on the Hudson”), I saw this: 167 more words

Personal Growth

The operating room

A few of my staff rolled out of the operating rooms this afternoon, complaining about the bits of skin and bone that get stuck to their feet. 200 more words