~Dr Edward Chao Testing blood glucose helps both the patient, physician, and any member of the individual’s health care team - f ... More
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Doctor Curmudgeon delightfully lectures us on the ins and outs of a medical practice. From hijinks at the front desk, to her true love of medicine, Diane Eisman, M.D. talks about it all.
Linda M. Girgis, M.D., family practitioner. Dr. Girgis is a passionate advocate for physicians, she writes about MOCs, the daily life of a family practitioner and her work with international medicine.
We recently asked doctors on SERMO to share with us some of their childhood memories of wanting to become a doctor when they grew ... More
Get to know another member in the latest episode of Real Doctors of SERMO, where a long-time favorite offers up her Hawaiian home ... More
An Italian psychiatrist asks, “What’s up with all the shrinks and movies?” and dives into a discussion about the role of film in ps ... More
The National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get seven to nine hours of sleep per night. According to a recent SERMO poll, just ... More
~Dr Edward Chao Patient (describing what he did after discovering he had a low fingerstick glucose): “I had a candy b ... More
Get to know another one of our members in the latest episode of Real Doctors of SERMO. With a penchant for posting t ... More
~ Heidi Moawad MD Fruit flies are an annoying and often disgusting presence. Commonly seen in warm temperatures or when fruit ... More
~ Heidi Moawad MD A neurological syndrome that used to be called happy puppet syndrome is now more often referred to as ... More
When you are a kid, so many grown-ups ask you that timeless question: What do you want to be when you grow up? Some kids dream of ... More