Month: October 2020

Doctor-Author Book Chat: Lara Freidenfelds, PhD

Doctor-Author Book Chat: Lara Freidenfelds, PhD

This month is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and women’s health historian, author, and friend Lara Freidenfelds just published a sensitive and practical book about pregnancy loss: The Myth of the Perfect Pregnancy: A History of Miscarriage in America. I am glad that I […]

Birthday Wishes

Birthday Wishes

It really is my birthday. Yesterday during the Pats game (yes, during, because the game was pretty painful to watch), my family threw me a party with a homemade apple pie (thanks, bro) and a beautiful strawberry shortcake from Montilio’s (thanks Mom)! As I blew […]

Vote for Science

Vote for Science

A bunch of doctor-friends and I were recently lamenting that none of the larger physicians’ institutions were taking a strong stance on the presidential election. I was jealous of my RN colleagues as their largest union organization and a group of over 700 nurses recently […]