Walking out of the ICU: Dr. X, Patient Safety, and the Battle Between Coronavirus Common Sense and the Hospital Bottom Line

As American hospitals struggle to admit waves of coughing, feverish patients to medical wards and intensive care units, physicians are finding themselves at war with the competing interests of other hospital employees.

Did the Artists Den Succeed in Bringing Soundgarden Back ?

When I first learned the PBS-concert-supplier outfit Artists Den was putting on an immersive Soundgarden concert experience, a full film of the band’s 2013 Los Angeles stop on the King Animal tour, I brimmed with anticipation.

Did Daenerys Targaryen have PTSD?

The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, “The Bells”, featured a neat victory — thrown completely awry when Queen Daenerys incinerated huge swaths of already-surrendered King’s Landing. This led to heartbreaking choices viewers saw in the finale, when those who loved the queen most had to act in the best interests of those she had not already killed.

Use of ICIs for Advanced Melanoma in Taiwanese Patients

Though yielding slightly inconclusive results, a new study demonstrates that ICIs can still provide an alternative option for Taiwanese melanoma patients seeking a robust response profile with tolerable toxicity.

44 Things Heart Doctors Do to Protect Their Own Hearts

Heart disease is the biggest killer in the United States, more than all cancers combined. The Healthy quotes me in their article along with other cardiologists who divulge healthy habits they follow to prevent heart problems for life.