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The Exclusion Culture

Corporations, universities, and medical societies talk constantly about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). But the other side of inclusion is exclusion, and the two always go together. According to a Twitter post, a 16-year-old girl […]

Damar Hamlin Matters to You

By Jane M. Orient, M.D. Millions of people saw Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin collapse on the football field on January 2. He was tackled, fell down, and at first stood up. Even to aficionados […]

Did the Grinch Steal Christmas in Your Town?

By Jane M. Orient, M.D. The killjoys who cancelled a lot of Dr. Seuss’s delightful books didn’t get around to How the Grinch Stole Christmas—yet. But comparing what I have seen this season with the […]

Where Are the Bodies?

By Jane M. Orient, M.D. Some Germans who lived through World War II have said that they had no idea about the Holocaust that was going on. Maybe they thought the reports were fake news […]

What a Strange Time to Be a Child

By Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD – https://marilynsingletonmdjd.com/ Cultures and societies progress, generally in a more civil, moral, ethical direction. Look at our evolution from practices in ancient Greece. Several hundred years ago B.C., Greek […]

What Should a Doctor Do on Election Day?

Jane M. Orient, M.D. When I was an idealistic young student in junior high civics class—when we studied the Constitution, so you know it was long ago—I had the idea you should vote for the […]

Silence of the Sheep

By Richard Amerling, MD – https://www.twc.health/ American medicine has become unmoored from its scientific and ethical anchors, as I have previously discussed. We abandoned real science for the pseudoscientific cult of evidence-based medicine. This grave […]