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If Simone Biles Were A Doctor She Would Be Vilified, Not Praised

When the greatest-of-all-time gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from the Olympics to focus on her mental wellbeing, most observers applauded her decision, viewing it as an act of courage and bravery, an eye-opener for breaking the stigma around mental health.

CDC Document Warns Delta Variant Appears To Spread As Easily As Chickenpox And Cause More Severe Infection

The Delta coronavirus variant surging across the United States appears to cause more severe illness and spread as easily as chickenpox, according to an internal document from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Health Care Workers Betrayed: Mask Mandates Were Lifted Too Early

A year ago, I started writing. I wrote to process what I had seen and done and to prepare for what I knew was to come. It was inevitable. Humans would return to their normal activities, and despite mine and so many others’ advice, would do so without utilizing mitigating behaviors or respect for others..

New Alzheimer’s Drug: What Doctors Want You To Know About Aduhelm

How does the new treatment work, and why is it controversial? Here’s what patients and their caregivers should know.

I Treat Pediatric Covid Patients. What I’m Seeing In Our Hospital Scares Me.

Children can and do get very ill from the virus. The delta variant, the unvaccinated and a summer surge in a childhood respiratory disease are worrying.

Accreditor Places Tulane Medical School On Probation

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education placed on probation the graduate medical education programs at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans.

Why Becoming A “Doctorpreneur” Made Me A Better Physician

I have been a “doctorpreneur” for the past decade. I’ve done everything from locums work to real estate to coaching women physicians and residents to advising companies and venture capital firms, and the list goes on.