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OUR CHANGING HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

January 13, 2017 | by admin

  This eye-catching sunrise, viewed from The Bluff on Isle of Hope, signaled the dawn of a new day. We and everything around us are in a constant state of change, and we all hope for a change for the better. Healthcare over my lifetime has evolved/changed in many ways. When I was a child, […]

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JUST FOR FUN – PHOTOGRAPHY IN CUBA

January 13, 2017 | by admin

  Planning for the trip began almost a year ago, certainly not anticipating we would be there during a major event in Cuban history. My wife and I went to Cuba for 12 days in early December and arrived two days before Castro’s funeral. The photograph was taken as thousands lined the streets of Santiago […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – PERFECT CHICKEN

January 13, 2017 | by admin

  A few days ago, I prepared the best chicken (perfect chicken) I have ever (ever is a long time) put in my mouth – and I have eaten a lot of chicken. This was cooked in a Big Green Egg but may be roasted […]

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Heart Disease And Endometriosis

August 5, 2016 | by admin

The relationship between heart disease and endometriosis is not a cause and effect but one in which both seem to have similar causes.  The images above are of the heart on the left and endometriosis on the right. The heart image is a photograph of […]

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Just For Fun – Drive A Tractor

August 5, 2016 | by admin

Recently when visiting my son and his family in North Carolina, I got to do something new – drive a tractor at his farm. It was fun but I do not think being a professional tractor driver will be my next occupation. My son took […]

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In The Kitchen With Dr. B. – Baked Parmesan Zucchini Rounds

August 5, 2016 | by admin

Baked Parmesan zucchini rounds are simple to make and are a great addition to almost any main dish.  If you have trouble getting children to eat their vegetables, I would try this dish (original link http://www.fivehearthome.com/2014/06/21/baked-parmesean-zucchini-rounds/). The easiest way to slice the zucchini into equal […]

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ENDOMETRIOSIS AND OVARIAN CANCER

April 23, 2016 | by admin

This is a summary of a recent Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery by Farr Nezhat, M.D. from Ob.Gyn.News, April 2016. The topic is endometriosis and ovarian cancer. Endometriosis affects approximately 1 in 10 women of reproductive age in the United States. An association between endometriosis […]

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JUST FOR FUN

April 23, 2016 | by admin

When we work hard, we should reward ourselves and have fun. I love to cook, take photographs and video (something I have just started), and be with family. There is a new choral group in Savannah called RISE Chorales. RISE is the brainchild of Emmy Burch […]

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In The Kitchen With Dr. B – Parmesan Souffle

April 23, 2016 | by admin

Most soufflé’s are of the dessert variety, such as chocolate and Grand Mariner. I saw this recipe for Parmesan souffle in the February 2016 Food and Wine. This accompanied a small filet mignon and sautéed spinach, a delicious combination for dinner.  If you have not […]

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THE DOCTOR IS A PATIENT

January 18, 2016 | by admin

  This photo was taken Saturday morning on a 3-mile (easy)walk near my home. To get to the point about the doctor is a patient, I started having mild flank (over the kidney) pain about 6 months ago. I tend to ignore (deny) symptoms unless […]

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