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.

The coronavirus pandemic is straining hospitals, but many medical school grads can’t get jobs

Improvised hospital rooms are seen at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, which will be partially converted into a hospital for patients affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., March 27, 2020. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

The number of medical school graduates is increasing faster than the number of residency slots, thanks in part to a cap on federal funding for residency programs that has been in place for over 20 years. Without securing a residency, medical school graduates cannot go on to become physicians. Yahoo!News quotes me in their article.

Premeds: What to Know About Doctor Shadowing

Premeds need to gain some insight into the medical profession so that they can determine whether it’s right for them, experts advise, and doctor shadowing is one of many types of clinical experiences that can clarify whether a job as a doctor would be personally fulfilling.

US News quotes me in their article about what Premeds should know when it comes to physician shadowing.

Do Antibiotics Mess With Your Birth Control or What?

Plenty of people have horror stories about their friend’s cousin’s girlfriend’s sister who got pregnant even though she was taking the pill. That’s scary, mostly because people on birth control are trying to, you know, NOT get pregnant. Thrillist quotes me in their article.