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Service Cats: The Rest of the Story

Hey, are ya’ll there? It’s me, RaenaBelle. I’s getting to write mines furst Service Cat Monday posty. Don’t worry, it’ll be in human English, like all our educational postys. 1,548 more words


Holy Grail Diagnosis for me?

Fatigue, Gerd, itchy skin, brain Fog, are you experiencing Autoimmune Disease symptoms? – Three Village, NY Patch


I emailed the author requesting info. Here is my email… 124 more words


Aortic Dissection

This case was written by Dr. Martin Kuuskne who is one of the editors-in-chief at EMSimCases and is an attending Emergency Medicine Physician at University Health Network in Toronto. 236 more words


Enter POTS

Imagine donating a pint of blood, running a marathon and then turning your body temperature up to 100 degrees and standing still. That is what a person with POTS feels like on a daily basis. 257 more words


Should I routinely consider the possibility of pulmonary embolism (PE) in my patients hospitalized for syncope?

Syncope is a well-known initial manifestation of pulmonary embolism (PE)1.  However, given the varied causes of syncope, determining the prevalence of PE among patients hospitalized for syncope is important.    168 more words

Pulmonary Diseases

Straight, No Chaser: Treating Halloween Mishaps

In the previous Straight, No Chaser, we offered you tips for a safe Halloween. However, safety tips are only as good as your inclination to use them. 418 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Service Cats: Just What Is Kitty Capable Of

Meowllo and welcome to Service Cat Monday. One of da things mommy hears most offen when tellin’ peeps ‘bout us is, “Service Cats? I’ve never heard of a cat being a service animal?” And then da next biggest question is, “What do they do?” Once mommy tells a few of da things we do fur her peeps jaws drop a bit; some in disbelief and some in awe. 994 more words