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December 21, 2004
Whether you're looking to walk the walk, talk the talk, or just learn a little bit about Texas Hold 'em poker, this month's Downtime will surely get you started. Shuffle up and deal!
You're an MD. You dig tech. You dig HDTV and want to get a new
tube, but you already deal with enough complex terms in your practice, so you just don't have the time to deal with 3,000 more...
With this new portable media player, physicians and administrators can both capture and access patient files and records with a few clicks, and view, listen, and record content with ease.
Steven Zuckerman, MD, aka "The Amazing Dr. Z," is a solo-practice neurologist and amateur magician in Baton Rogue, LA. We spoke with Steve to learn how he maintains his medical practice -- and magic!
We talk ethics with Joel Frader, MD, MA, Professor of Pediatrics and Professor of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine.
Whether you're looking for the best all-in-one television/Internet/gaming PC, or simply a program that provides optimal photographic images, there is a product out there for you.
New technologies and new expectations are combining to change the ways patients view their relationships with healthcare providers. Traditional roles are being skewed, and we examine further.
Glycemic Variability, High Glucose Increase Mortality Risk in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Daily Insulin Titration Results in Lower Fasting Glucose for Gestational Diabetes
Beti-Cel Gene Therapy for β-Thalassemia Receives FDA Approval