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Is Howard Lazy?
It’s the third week of February, and prior to today, there were only three new posts on howardisms (there are two new posts today, of […]
Four Types of Physicians
Some people are just overwhelmed by the idea of evidence-based medicine. They notice two themes when reading about EBM: 1) a lot of what we […]
It’s amazing to me that this is something still worth writing about, but unfortunately obstetricians and high-risk OB specialists around the country continue to use […]
We all know the story of the Titanic, at least everyone who has seen the movie – which I think is everyone. The boat carried 2,224 […]
When Did Breastfeeding Become a Disease?
The practice of breastfeeding is as old as, well, mankind. Few functions could be considered more natural, and few biologic functions work as well. It […]
From One Extreme to the Other…
I hear an awful lot about swinging pendulums. As medicine, politics, or almost anything goes from one extreme to the other, we are told that […]