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The young doctor should look about early for an avocation, a pastime, that will take him away from patients, pills, and potions . . . No is really happy or safe without one, and it makes precious little difference what the outside interest may be – botany, beetles or butterflies, roses, tulips, or irises, fishing mountaineering or antiquities – anything will do so long as he straddles a hobby and rides it hard.
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Dr. Patrick Brunner, the author of today’s guest post, is Instructor in Clinical Investigation at The Rockefeller University.
On July 26 2016, a group of young physician-scientists from The Rockefeller University visited the Drs. 732 more words
William Osler, the Father of Modern Medicine once said:
“The best preparation for tomorrow is to do today’s work superbly well.”
And another quote from Osler already translated in Filipino from “Self-Improvement 101: Mga Dapat Malaman ng Bawat Leader” by John C.366 more words
In 1905, a Canadian hero said old people were useless — and sparked an Internet-sized public shaming
It all started as a joke, a groan-worthy aside that probably wouldn’t have elicited a laugh if it wasn’t bookended by a bunch of serious medical talk. 1,958 more words