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Oct 19, 2020

As a rheumatologist who has seen an increase in autoimmune disorders and childhood diseases and disorders, what are you to think when your dog comes down with autoimmune hepatitis? You begin to research what could have caused this disorder. 

 

For Dr. Aly Cohen this situation led her down a rabbit hole of research that...


Oct 19, 2020

Have you ever felt as if your worth is solely equated by your achievements? That you’re only as good as the work you do and the people you help? You’re not the only one. Most physicians feel that way, but that feeling is not the truth. Jessie Wei joins me to chat about what it means to remember who you are, not what...


Oct 12, 2020

There is no one right path for physicians in medicine. The medical field is made up of so many more puzzle pieces than simply being a clinician and the field overall benefits when doctors choose to take on non-clinical careers. No one knows this better than Dr. Jawaria Suhail. 

 

She was born in Pakistan and raised in...


Oct 12, 2020

Menopause is more than hot flashes and night sweats. It affects every woman differently and can have symptoms that range from anxiety to memory loss to depression. Why is it that women physicians who are making this transition know very little about the condition? 

 

Dr. Beverly Joyce has studied female anatomy her...


Oct 7, 2020

Craig and I are back to talk about all the things going on behind the scenes on the home front. First up is our trek into birthday land. Every year we make it a point to have a huge celebration for every one of the birthdays coming up each year. For pretty much all of Fall and Winter it’s a birthday every few weeks...