Eggcellent Eggucation

Eggcellent Eggucation

Eggcellent Eggucation Eggs have gotten a bad rap over the years, so I wanted to clear up some confusion by writing this blog dedicated to eggs. Do eggs raise cholesterol?       While egg yolks have a good amount of cholesterol, studies have shown that eating eggs in...
Silos, the Grocery Store, and a Case for Primary Care

Silos, the Grocery Store, and a Case for Primary Care

Silos, the Grocery Store, and a Case for Primary Care One recent trend in medicine which bothers me is the rise of single problem telemedicine websites. You may have seen these types of ads: “Are you bothered by X?” where X is the medical problem of your choice – a...
Common Colorectal Questions

Common Colorectal Questions

Common Colorectal Questions March is colorectal cancer awareness month and I would like to answer some common questions about this topic! Let’s start with some definitions: Your colon, also known as the large intestine, is the last 5 feet or of your intestines. Your...
Black History Month – The Story of HeLa

Black History Month – The Story of HeLa

Black History Month – The Story of HeLa Medical ethics was a mandatory class in medical school, and it was eye-opening for me. Several years ago, I heard about Henrietta Lacks, but it took me a while to track down the book which contained her whole story, called The...
Assembly Line Medicine – Part 5 –The Bottom Line

Assembly Line Medicine – Part 5 –The Bottom Line

Assembly Line Medicine – Part 5 –The Bottom Line Welcome back for Part 5 – the last in the series – of my Assembly Line Medicine blog posts, my commentary on Ms. Devorah Goldman’s recent Wall Street Journal opinion piece titled, “The Doctor’s Office Becomes an...
Assembly Line Medicine – Part 3 – Big Box Medicine

Assembly Line Medicine – Part 3 – Big Box Medicine

Assembly Line Medicine – Part 3 – Big Box Medicine Welcome back for Part 3 of my Assembly Line Medicine blog series, my commentary on Ms. Devorah Goldman’s recent Wall Street Journal opinion piece titled, “The Doctor’s Office Becomes an Assembly Line.” You can read...