~ By a doctor in Canada specializing in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, and Family Medicine Like everything else in ... More
Who better to explain how doctors practice than the doctors themselves. Our physicians share their stories from the frontlines of medicine and speak to the issues of the day. It is truly real world medicine, spanning continents and specialties.
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.
~ By a Pediatrician in Australia Many kids (and adults) have no filter and just say whatever comes into their heads or is on ... More
~ By a Hematologist Oncologist in the US I met a wonderful patient - a very bright, almost-retired internist who had trained at ... More
~ By Dr. Anthony Pearson I'm a big advocate of coronary artery calcium (CAC) scans for helping make decisions on ... More
~ By a Gastroenterologist in the UK There is a belief that smart people lack common sense, and suggestions regarding w ... More
While many people believe that abstinence is the best policy, others argue that teen pregnancy rates are higher when only ... More
~ By Dr. Anthony Pearson As a practicing cardiologist I've been struggling with how to utilize the two available ... More
With so much of one’s life being spent working, it’s ideal for your work space to be one that makes you feel peaceful and happy. Of ... More
~ Dr. Dennis Morgan Solicitations from predatory journals are not just spam—they’re malicious. They pose as legitimate journals ... More
It is quite an old stereotype that doctors have terrible handwriting. We’ve all heard the jokes about handwritten prescriptions t ... More