By Rotimi Adesina, M.D. (third year pediatric resident), and June Elcock-Messam, M.D. The national immunization program aimed at protecting children and adolescents from vaccine preventable diseases continues to be one of the most impressive … [Read more...]
Is There a Gender Bias in Medicine?
By Mian A. Jan, MD, FACC, FSAI President of the Chester County Medical Society I was reading TIME magazine recently and came across an article about the Supreme Court of the United States. Authors analyzed Supreme Court’s oral arguments from 2004 to … [Read more...]
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection primarily transmitted by Ixodes ticks, also known as deer ticks, and on the West Coast, black-legged ticks. These tiny arachnids are typically found in wooded and grassy areas. The Centers for Disease Control and … [Read more...]
How a Citizens Commission Can End Gerrymandering, Return Sanity to our Political Process and Even Improve Our Economy It has famously been described as Goofy kicking Donald Duck. Is it a cartoon drawing? A Rorschach inkblot test? No, it’s … [Read more...]
Magazines in Reception Rooms
I love going into an office or a business and seeing one of our niche market specialty magazines there. Sometimes they are displayed nicely on a coffee table or a magazine rack on the wall, while other times they might be in a pile with a bunch of … [Read more...]