Addicted to curiosity

“It is perfectly true, as philosophers say, that life must be understood backwards. But they forget the other proposition, that it must be lived forwards.” Soren Kierkegaard I have always been extremely shy and never one to make or keep friends very easily. I was very lucky to have three of my grandparents until my … More Addicted to curiosity

We need the Wehrmachtkanister design at the point of care

I recently came across an article, ” The Wehrmachtkanister, AKA Jerry can: Astonishingly good industrial design from the 1930’s,” which got me thinking about the delivery of care in medicine today. The Germans had a significant advantage over the Allies, due in large part to this extremely well designed fuel canister. In the examination room … More We need the Wehrmachtkanister design at the point of care

New HP Chromebook

The 14 inch screened HP Chromebook has been my go to device at the point of care in the examination room for the past 18 months. I recently upgraded to a brand new one with a matte screen and much improved touch pad. The keys are white instead of black, a bit easier to see. … More New HP Chromebook

Belching forth practical tips from the depth of the pile

One of my most enjoyable time periods for each of the two kids was the Seussian age, sitting on my lap and reading all of his stories over and over. Mack belching forth reverberated each time, and twenty two years into private practice I can relate to poor ol’ Mack. If I had to close … More Belching forth practical tips from the depth of the pile