You’re worried about this vaccine?! And other myths!

worried about this vaccine

ShareIn the run up to the current vaccine approvals and post approval process, I’m blown away by what is making people worried about this vaccine. I’m not surprised they’re worried. Totally get that. But surprised by what they’re worried about!   … Continue reading

The vaccine is near! The vaccine is safe!

vaccine is safe

ShareIt’s unheard of. The development of a vaccine in 6 months! Usually vaccine development takes 5-10 years. But even after the impossibly difficult stage of developing the COVID vaccine ends, another difficult stage begins: distribution. According to the Wall Street … Continue reading

The difficulty in diagnosing Breast Implant Associated Illness (BIAI)

ShareIf you’re considering a breast augmentation, then you’ve no doubt heard about two potential medical issues. One is Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, or ALCL, and the other is Breast Implant Associated Illness, or BIAI. ALCL, which you can read about … Continue reading

As COVID cases increase, so too must the public’s tolerance for them

ShareRemember back in March and April when the fear of COVID shut down everything, including elective medical care, gyms and large gatherings? The hope was that we could quickly and “easily” stop COVID in its tracks. But as COVID cases … Continue reading

No more waiting in doctor’s offices!

ShareWhen we consider black swan events, which I’ve discussed here before, they’re often looked at in a negative connotation. And rightly so. But in an effort to find a silver lining to this pandemic, we should consider the pandemic as … Continue reading

Coronavirus overview by Dr. Jonathan Kaplan

ShareWash your hands, wipe down surfaces, don’t touch your face and practice social distancing. If nothing else, that’s what you should take away from this coronavirus overview. But keep reading to learn important details about this epidemic. Such as, how … Continue reading