Physicians bring dimension to their profession when they write about the revealed and the hidden, the voiced and the silent.
If we take the time to listen, our bodies’ cells have quite a bit to say
In the clinic, making oneself understood is one thing. Knowing what the patient is saying—really saying—is another.
An essay of story and art
A fascination with baby babble leads a pediatrician to birdsong
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