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Kids can't escape screens: America's schools are heavily promoting devices for classwork and homework
From Cupertino to San Francisco, a growing consensus has emerged that screen time is bad for kids: The benefits of screens as a learning tool are overblown, and the risks for addiction and stunting development seem high, as per the NYTimes."Doing no ...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Friday, November 9, 2018


Medical students "taught how to practice empathy by following clever mnemonics" - NEJM
C. Nicholas Cuneo, M.D. in the NEJM: "With every faux interaction I felt myself being forced to shed another layer of authenticity, and I quickly grew to dread the whole tedious charade.PEARLS, it spelled out: Partnership, Empathy, Apology, Respect, ...
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Saturday, October 27, 2018


Lifespan vs. healthspan: "I'LL do it" mnemonic
Epigenetics"Tthere is nobody who disputes that epigenetics predicts life span". Aging eight or more years faster than your calendar age equates to twice the typical risk of dying, while aging seven years slower is associated with half the risk of dea...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Monday, October 22, 2018


4 personality types based on new data
Researchers from Northwestern University sifted through data from more than 1.5 million questionnaire respondents to find at least four distinct clusters of personality types exist average, reserved, self-centered, and role model challenging exis...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Thursday, October 11, 2018


fNIRS brain scans could identify novice from experienced surgeons
From WSJ:Researchers studied surgeons as they performed surgical simulations and found they could identify novice from experienced surgeons by analyzing brain scans taken as the physicians worked.Prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain involved in p...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Thursday, October 4, 2018


Eagerness to use an immature technology: Humans have a habit of trusting algorithms without troubling themselves to think about consequences
From WSJ:Don't Believe the Algorithm: Blind faith in machines (and machine learning) has left us vulnerable to biased and incoherent AI. The solution? A healthy dose of skepticism and human oversight.The mathematican who wrote the WSJ artucle had the...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Friday, September 7, 2018


"All Americans are just one bad tweet away from being fired"
From MarketWatch:"If you use Twitter, you too are a public figure. And one egregious tweet could blow up your life.The political climate puts all employers on high alert when it comes to the words and behavior of their employees.Many people are plugg...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Tuesday, June 5, 2018


When advertising your physician practice: Google and Facebook dominate 73% of U.S. digital advertising market
The WSJ expressed concerns about monopoly: Tech's Titans Tiptoe Toward Monopoly https://buff.ly/2H5SHAh"Imagine a not-too-distant future in which trustbusters force Facebook FB to sell off Instagram and WhatsApp. Imagine a time when Amazon's cloud an...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Monday, June 4, 2018


Exercise does not have to be prolonged to be beneficial. It just has to be frequent. Several times per day
From NYTimes:"Walk for two minutes. Repeat 15 times. Or walk for 10 minutes, thrice. The benefits for longevity appear to be almost exactly the same, according to an inspiring new study of physical activity patterns and life spans.It finds that exerc...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Thursday, March 29, 2018


JAMA: Mentoring in the Era of #MeToo
Julie Story Byerley, MD, MPH wrote in JAMA on what specific behaviors her male mentors have demonstrated that have always made her feel safe:1. They demonstrate exemplary professional behavior during and outside of the work day, never compromised by ...
Clinical Cases and Images: CasesBlog
Wednesday, March 28, 2018



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