OB GYN, physician, Uncategorized

Weekly Wrap Up: Top Interesting Articles

This week I was drawn to stories about sacrifice for the betterment of others, the power of oxytocin for infant bonding with men/adoptive parents/women alike, and the surprising truth about the storing and potential sale of DNA material from the "blood spot" heel prick test done on all newborns. Links to the articles and commentary… Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up: Top Interesting Articles

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Beware of Pseudoscience: The Desperate Need for Physicians on Social Media

The power of social media is clearly evident in cases such as the Russian influence on our election and Mark Zuckerberg‘s realization of the need for transparency on his powerful platform of Facebook. However, maybe not so evident, is the transformative power of social media on healthcare trends and misinformation. A popular new term for… Continue reading Beware of Pseudoscience: The Desperate Need for Physicians on Social Media

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Weekly Wrap Up

Interesting articles this week are linked below.  Highlights include a 132 pound tumor, a new (and basic) approach to helping the homeless, and an in utero first. 132-pound ovarian tumor removed from Connecticut woman CNN Apparently, this tumor had been growing at a rate of about 10 lbs per week since November.  It is unclear… Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up

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Top 10 Downsides to Early Retirement from Clinical Practice

Can there really be any downsides? Spoiler alert- I could only come up with 6, but they are legitimate and worth consideration. Last week I had fun reviewing the "Top 10 Things to Love about Early Retirement from Clinical Practice". However, I want to be transparent and not promote an insincere world of social media… Continue reading Top 10 Downsides to Early Retirement from Clinical Practice