PTSD and Medical Symptoms

PTSD and Medical Symptoms

PTSD.  It’s something our veterans face after the atrocities of war, but many civilians also experience it through traumatic ev ... More

Genetic Testing for Cancer

Genetic Testing for Cancer

Most cancers are created by our environment and the aging of our bodies; a gradual buildup of defective cells that create illness. ... More

Influenza Challenge

Influenza Challenge

We’re excited to announce the kick-off of the 2013-2014 Sermo Influenza Challenge.  Over the course of this year’s flu season (Nov ... More

Have We Already Cured AIDS?

Have We Already Cured AIDS?

A 2½-year-old girl now joins the Berlin Patient as the second person “functionally cured” of AIDS.   A functional cure is defined a ... More

Should Doctors Get Flu Shots?

Should Doctors Get Flu Shots?

The CDC recommends everyone over the age of 6 months get a flu shot, but only an estimated 41.8% of Americans received one during ... More

Halloween Emergency Room Trips

Halloween Emergency Room Trips

There will be ghoulish fun tonight, but there will also be a few ghoulish trips to the Emergency Room.  In fact, ER trips spike on ... More

Positive Psychology and Medicine

Positive Psychology and Medicine

Positive psychology is not pop psychology.  Maybe you’re doing an eyeroll, but as a physician how many times have you seen the up ... More

Financial Planning for Doctors

Financial Planning for Doctors

Physicians offer a unique set of issues when beginning financial planning.  While the income potential is high, most doctors begin ... More