Tag Archives: Medicine

How to rekindle your love of medicine

Recently, thousands of new residency and fellowship graduates have earned their wings and will be, mostly metaphorically, hanging out their shingles. Sadly, though, as the excitement of finally finishing training after decades of schooling wears off, even great work can become routine. There is a parable about three men laying bricks. When asked what they… Read More »

Pence: ‘Of course’ migrant children should have toothbrushes, blankets and medicine – CNN

Pence responded to footage of a Department of Justice attorney arguing that “there’s fair reason to find that those things may be part of safe and sanitary,” before a judge states, “Not may be, are a part.” CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Pence during “State of the Union” on Sunday, “Aren’t toothbrushes and blankets and medicine,… Read More »

This New Democratic Plan Would Ban Private Medicine – The Wall Street Journal

By Chris Jacobs Updated May 12, 2019 3:58 p.m. ET Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke speaks in Los Angeles, April 27, 2019. Photo: mark ralston/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images A few months ago, Sen. Kamala Harris raised eyebrows when she nonchalantly proclaimed her desire to abolish private health insurance: “Let’s move on.” Today, Ms. Harris’s quip seems… Read More »