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The best teachers…

Sunday, April 27th, 2014



The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see. Alexandra K. Trenfor

Discontinuation of Multiple Medications in Older Adults

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Intriguing algorithm from a paper by Doron Garfinkel, MD and Derelie Mangin, MBChB freely accessible from The JAMA Network.



I wonder why it should only apply to old adults and only for discontinuation. It seems to me it should apply for anybody anytime when making a prescription.

Child’s Play

Friday, April 25th, 2014



Original poster from gapingvoid art

Success is so captivating. It’s also very elusive.

What makes someone successful? IQ, EQ, social standing, hard work, good timing, organizational skills, dogged determination, thoughtful delegation, or plain, old, luck? There are a thousand possible answers and certainly no single one. But whatever they are, there is something that truly visionary entrepreneurs have: The ability to make it look easy.

And it’s never easy. Ever.

Until it is.

Until it’s in the past tense.

Funny how that works….


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