Title: The End of Healing
Author: Dr. Jim Bailey
Added by Mayra Calvani on May 14, 2015 at 10:50am — No Comments
It is customary in the health care industry for medical workers to be outfitted in scrubs and other varieties of uniforms. This custom is rooted in past experience and common sense, for there are numerous benefits that pertain to the use of high-quality, medical-staff attire. Whether one works in a hospital setting, as a home health care aide, at a private physician's office, behind the counter of a pharmacy, or in any other health care work profession, a good uniform improves practice in a…Continue
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It’s not long before the first murder and you know exactly who is behind it. It’s not really a mystery, though the main character has some history she’s afraid to reveal that remains a mystery for a while and that was good. This is a thriller, filled with suspense and realistic characters. The author is a family physician and the book reflects a deep knowledge of the medical field. You feel that the medical details could have leapt right off any medical chart it’s so real and exact. I…Continue
Added by Sheila English on February 16, 2015 at 12:40pm — No Comments
Does your occupation define you? For many, what they do is a part of who they are. So, when Dr. Laura Nelson slips on the ice crushing her wrist and hand, her days as a surgeon are over.
Extraordinary events push Laura into the path of a killer. But in the beginning it all just looks like bad luck and bad timing, but a good job, when she recovers and accepts the job as VP at a pharmaceutical company.
But the dominos have been put in place. A madman…
Added by Sheila English on February 16, 2015 at 12:39pm — No Comments
Check out my post on a cool medical technology. Tell me with your eyes
Added by Abby Billings on August 1, 2012 at 4:32pm — No Comments
I think I may be the only bride who had TWO people at her wedding who (how can I put this delicately?)... were well acquainted with her va-jay-jay.…
Added by Your Doctor's Wife on February 10, 2012 at 1:21pm — No Comments
Recently, I finally surrendered to pains which have been nagging me for way to long. Much like the plumber with the leaky faucet, we, Doc families seem to be walking case studies of a plethora of ailments, aches, and pains - especially the adults. If something's hurting, I just wait until Doc H comes home, mention it in passing and wait for a response. Usually, I get no response other than a nod (translation: I have no idea. You’ll probably feel better in a day…Continue
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I was recently provided with the opportunity to use and evaluate MotherKnows, a new service for parents. MotherKnows was created by parents for parents and allows us to better manage our children's medical records. MotherKnows is a secure website and mobile app that provides parents access…Continue
Added by Cyndy Lay on September 3, 2011 at 8:45pm — No Comments
So we just finalized out Bankruptcy. It many ways it is a closing of a very hard chapter for Ian and I. I don’t imagine so many couples would be trilled for their bankruptcy, as much as we are. We had about 200k, all of which was medical debt.
Over the past 10 years, we have spent 7 of them without insurance. In those 10 years we have survive 3 layoffs, two evictions, and we moved about 6 times in 5 years. And that is only the been the financial set backs.
Added by Zoila Nusbaum on June 27, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
While writing "All Alone" earlier this week, my fingers actually kept tap-tap-tapping away. And I looked up, and the sun had not only set, it was pitch dark outside. And a whole story had poured out. The post was so long I had to chop it in half, wrap up my thoughts and finish it in this post.
These past few months I've been thinking a lot about what "loneliness" and "being alone" are. 'Tis typical for me every…
Added by Jeanine Ertl on June 4, 2011 at 1:40pm — No Comments
I do my own research and I think it's high time that doctors get used to us doing this.
Doctors need to adjust to a reality that patients are actively engaging in their own care and should be treated as partners in their care. This means that at times the doctor may disagree with a patient's diagnoses and prognosis. Well as partners do, then the…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on May 12, 2011 at 6:05am — No Comments
Let me share with you what I heard when I walked into a doctor’s office.
“But Doctor, isn’t there anything I can do to help Ethan overcome his…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on April 28, 2011 at 2:56pm — No Comments
Frank was born…Continue
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The new healthcare bill, which took well over a year to be passed by the Senate, will now not only change the face of healthcare in this country but will also provide millions of uninsured…Continue
Added by Jessie Nuez on August 11, 2010 at 6:37pm — No Comments
I have been suffering with pain in my joints (on my right foot, ankle and fingers) for ten days now. I went to the doctor (after much research) and thought, for sure, I'd get some help for Gout. To my surprise, the doctor caughed it up to a "stress fracture". He pulled, pushed and stretched my foot till there was nothing left. He gave me a shot of pain reliever and anti-inflammitory (sorry- so dizzy and frustrated, if I sound confusing- bare with me please).
I just don't know…Continue
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