ShareYes, here it is, the latest issue. Remember the name Ryan Heckendorn? He sent us a story of amazing weight loss exactly one year ago. In connection with our cover story (why is it so hard to lse weight – … Continue reading →
ShareAnswer: The Medical Examiner, although to be fair, it also has blue, green, yellow, red… pretty much the whole spectrum. If you don’t believe that, click over to page 16 for proof. On that same page: where Pink Floyd and … Continue reading →
ShareThat’s a big part of what we’re doing in this issue. That and excoriating those who don’t. Two doctors dish about the massive value of nurses, both to healthcare delivery in general and to enhancing the skills of individual doctors. … Continue reading →
March 4, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Your 2-D version is here.
ShareAnd ironically, it’s about unplugging. Digital detox. Cutting infobesity. In fact, the National Day of Unplugging is officially from sundown tonight through sundown tomorrow. Let’s give it a try, shall we? It won’t be easy. And if we happen to … Continue reading →
February 19, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on The new & improved Feb. 19 issue
ShareYes, it’s right here in all its salubrious splendor, every page brimming with words and letters arranged into healthful sentences. Fun Fact: reading the Examiner regularly is one of the best things you can do to keep healthful habits in … Continue reading →
January 22, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Read all about it
ShareWe join the gun control debate. You know, like where to point the thing – and more importantly, where not to. (You thought we were going to talk about legislation? Haha. That is too funny.) The other front page story … Continue reading →
December 4, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on December 4 drops!
ShareSometimes even I can’t believe how much salubriousness and plain old chocolatey goodness is packed into every 16 page issue of the Medical Examiner. But all anyone has to do to see for themselves is click here:
October 16, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Today’s issue, here.
ShareIn this issue: the breast cancer no one talks about; breaking bad news: how to do it – and how not to do it; Urology Q&A; bullying prevention; the man behind the best-selling poster of all time; medical myths; Bad … Continue reading →