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 →
February 10, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Not 1, not 2, but 3 PSAs of the Week!
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 →
August 8, 2014
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on The Helicopter Issue drops
ShareNot literally, silly. I don’t need the NTSB on my case. But the cover story today is about a disturbing trend: jailing moms (and sometimes dads) for leaving their kids unattended for five minutes. You know, the kind of things … Continue reading →
July 18, 2014
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on I Feel Good
ShareWhat does this image have to do with the Medical Examiner? Read the current issue at www.issuu.com/medicalexaminer. Click on the newest issue with FEEL GOOD on the cover. Among the highlights: • Feel Good About Yourself, page 1 • Medicine … Continue reading →
July 11, 2014
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on The 7/11 Issue drops!
ShareTo celebrate our 7/11 issue (which happens to be our gala 8th Anniversary issue), drop by any 7-11 worldwide and ask for “the Medical Examiner Special.” Available today only! Some exceptions may apply. Not available in New Jersey. Taxes, fees … Continue reading →
March 21, 2014
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on We have issues.
ShareIt seems like every two weeks or so another issue comes up. This one, for example, features a cover story highlighting recommendations made by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in observance of March as National Nutrition Month. A good … Continue reading →
May 17, 2013
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Today’s Examiner:
ShareWant an extra reason to pore over the pages of this issue (this Issuu)? We can’t find the Mystery Word on any of the copies we’ve looked at, and we know exactly where it is. It’s a printing press thing. … Continue reading →