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September is Craniofacial Awareness/Acceptance Month and here’s why it should matter to you

Maybe it won’t be your baby. Maybe it will be your neighbor’s new baby, a cousin’s baby, the baby of the checkout girl at your local supermarket, or the baby of that nice couple at church. 1,104 more words


Casualty has once again topped the Saturday night ratings.....

Casualty tops ratings with more than 4 million viewers. For the second week running, the medical drama was seen by 4.2 million viewers (23.1%) at 9.10pm on BBC One.



A quick-paced, medical mystery with a lot of bit-part characters to distract you: that’s my take on Michael Crichton’s A Case of Need. Loaded with padded dialogue and esoteric terminology, this book dances the line between medical drama and crime novel without much definition to tell the difference. 147 more words


August 2-8: Shining, Gleaming, Streaming, Flaxen, Waxen

Hair. Frankly, it’s the most important thing in life. And it’s sad when people have bad hair.

Now that we have that settled, let’s talk about my hair. 1,332 more words


Oh boy.

I think I might be obsessive with medical dramas because I’m binge watched Grey’s Anatomy and now House. By the way, House can be such a jerk but brilliant, as we all know who watched the series. 19 more words

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A Young Doctor's Notebook and Other Stories

Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm as versions of the same doctor, removed only by time, this series is surprisingly dark and good. Instead of focusing on the doctor as a dependable miracle-worker in a big hospital/practice, the show examines what working in a small, backwoods practice is like when you are a selfish, flawed young graduate. 235 more words


The lies we tell ourselves

I used to think I knew what strength was. I even used to naively and perhaps arrogantly believe I was strong. I saw the road ahead of me so clearly, how my life would go, what would be next, and what I wanted to do. 601 more words

Medical Drama