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It’s Never Too Late to Play the Cello

Vera Jiji, 93, at her home in New York. She picked the cello back up after about 40 years when she retired from teaching at 62. “It has given me a way to communicate without using words,” she said. “It gave me a next step in life.”Credit…Justin J Wee for The New York Times It’s… Read More »

Pfizer is not superior to Moderna and it’s ‘perfectly okay’ to mix COVID vaccines, experts say

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada While health authorities are reassuring Canadians that it’s safe to mix COVID-19 vaccines doses, some appear to be rejecting Moderna for Pfizer Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: Jun 24, 2021  •  June 24, 2021  •  5 minute read  •  126 Comments “There may be some brand… Read More »

The one thing most likely to kill your child this summer (it’s probably not what you think)

Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Life Health Canada More dangerous than guns, pit bulls and pit bulls with guns Author of the article: Tristin Hopper Publishing date: Jun 03, 2021  •  5 days ago  •  3 minute read  •  79 Comments Article content If Summer 2021 plays out like all the others, at least a few… Read More »

ICUs are nearing capacity in this French city. And it’s only September

That’s how Dr. Olivier Joannes-Boyau, head of the intensive care unit at University Hospital in the southwestern city of Bordeaux, describes the resurgence of Covid-19 in France. After young French people took advantage of the lifting of lockdown and summer months to socialize freely, Covid-19 hospitalizations have risen in large cities like Paris, Bordeaux and… Read More »

It’s never too late for physicians to change directions and land new jobs

Paul Pender, MD | Physician | February 19, 2021 Changing direction once established is not easy, but it can be rewarding. I recently read the essay on KevinMD (“How this physician escaped the system“) from a physician who shifted gears to her own business after some discouraging experiences in “the system.” During her residency, her… Read More »