“Racism has always been a public health problem.” An important reminder from Harvard physicians Drs. Ingrid Katz and Abraar Karan to all of their colleagues.
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by Carolyn Thomas ♥ @HeartSisters Waiting for the other shoe to drop. The expression dates back to the early 1900s, from the description of hearing the loud ‘thump’ of an upstairs apartment neighbour loudly dropping one shoe onto a bedroom floor. It’s that state of suspended focus. Waiting. Waiting. Not knowing when that other … Continue reading COVID-19: Can facts help to minimize fears?
When things go sideways, it never hurts to receive a care package. Here’s one for you from the wonderful people at ‘Walk With a Doc’.
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“I had to decide if I could live with the discomfort I felt every day, or if I should go ahead with another pacemaker surgery.”