Month: July 2020

OpEds and Advocacy

OpEds and Advocacy

I am proud to have had the opportunity to collaborate on this OpEd titled “We Are Worried That Hospital COVID-19 Data No Longer Goes To The Apolitical CDC” published in USA Today yesterday morning! 18 doctors and one nurse practitioner from my hospital literally co-wrote […]

Are We Going Back To School?

Are We Going Back To School?

Online school was tough for us. I’m not going to lie. When the schools closed in March, I lost any semblance of work/life balance, and our household was not a happy place. We spent the first few weeks ignoring the online school effort and doing […]

America, A Mask Is One Thing To Keep You Safe…

America, A Mask Is One Thing To Keep You Safe…

Yes, it’s a Sunday evening post, because I started writing this three days ago and the data is all time-sensitive and I already had to update all the graphs several times so darnit this post is going up tonight! No matter what data source you […]

Treating Nerve Pain: Featuring Dr. Heather Finlay-Morreale

Treating Nerve Pain: Featuring Dr. Heather Finlay-Morreale

Even during a pandemic, pain happens. I’ve recently fielded calls from patients suffering with shingles and sciatica, both nasty forms of nerve pain. Luckily, Dr. Heather Finlay-Morreale, Umass Memorial Medical Center pediatrician and neuropathic pain management expert, was a recent guest on my show. Her […]