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Book Review: ‘The Painful Truth’ by Lynn R. Webster, M.D.


The Painful Truth is a must read for not only chronic pain patients, but doctors, health industry professionals and legislators as well. Read More »

‘The Knick’ Review: Clive Owen Stars in Cinemax’s New Drama

Clive Owen in The Knick

The Knick is an excellent series. Its setting is perfect to offer commentary, not just on our own medical and societal history, but our own times as well. Read More »

Before Modern Medicine: Wacky Remedies from the Old Days


As late as the 1950s, arsenic (a poisonous concoction of sulfuric metal) was used to treat malaria, chorea, and syphilis. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Story of Medicine – Pain Pus and Poison’


Anyone with curiosity about history or medicine will find this DVD an excellent choice. It is fascinating, accurate and never dry or boring. Read More »

Doctor or Physician Assistant?

Careers In Medicine

The demand for physician assistants is increasing rapidly, with many facilities looking to replace doctors with lower-cost care providers. It's also a good path toward becoming a doctor. Read More »

Brain Tumors Don’t Play Favorites, Reports ‘NY Daily News’

brain tumor by mathrock

About 688,000 Americans are diagnosed with a brain tumor every year. Of these, about 140,000 are malignant. Read More »

Book Review: What Doctors Feel by Danielle Ofri

Doctor Danielle Ofri looks at the emotional side of medicine and how it impacts the well being of doctors and patients. Read More »

Book Review: True Medical Detective Stories by Clifton K. Meador, M.D.

A behind-the-scenes look at modern day medicine. Read More »

Mobile Tech Will Revolutionize the Future of Healthcare

There is no denying the fact that technology has had a huge impact on almost every aspect of our lives today. Read More »

Medical Screenings: Saying “No” Can Be a Boon to Health

Increased alternative medicine use and a growing awareness of over-diagnoses are changing the face of health care. Read More »