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Doctor Writes Globe Op/Ed Response ... ‘Personalized’ primary care is an egregious practice

‘Personalized’ primary care is an egregious practice

By Dr. Martin P. Solomon | The writer is medical director of Brigham and Women’s Primary Care of Brookline. 303 more words


Why College Students Should Really Be Stressed Out

It was my final year of college, a year that should have been a little more relaxed and carefree considering I had completed my major by the end of sophomore year and was left fulfilling my remaining elective credits with classes that piqued my interest.  829 more words

INLIGHT EHR: "A Primer on How to Start a Membership Medicine Practice."

In researching the DPC market for months, which involved hundreds of hours talking to dozens of physicians, we have learned a lot about how to start a Membership Medicine practice. 958 more words


Love in the Doctor's office.

A mother’s love, a father’s protection. Something terribly wicked has blown into our town, our country, our society. Something subtle and very wicked.

Why are babies so unbelievably beautiful and cute? 1,180 more words


Reflections of an ex-retail worker: I don’t hate all of you

On Saturday, I worked my last day in retail.

I worked at clothing stores for four years of my life, and among the difficult customers and passive-aggressive, stiletto-heel-clicking district managers, I did meet some interesting people and learn about myself in the process. 801 more words


Confederate flag: Not a fashion statement

Prom photos are often awkward, but for eight students at Chaparral High School in Parker this year, embarrassment over a controversial prom photo goes beyond acne or an unfortunate orange spray tan. 560 more words


Satellite Camps Back On

Last week I was up in arms after hearing that the NCAA voted to ban satellite camps. Now a week later my hope has been restored. 547 more words