This is great, but corn should be in the grains category… I don’t care if we eat it fresh, it’s still a grain.
I was reading a student’s chart, and she was trying to write that the patient “tweaked” their back, but every couple lines she’d type “twerked” instead…
Dr. W on reading student charts
My apologies for all the baby related stuff today, my phone changed it’s default posting settings again.
Pat Rothfuss shared this with the logical next step of moving the subjects to different areas to see if the voices change.
I found this an interesting read. Psych is treated so differently in different cultures. One of my friends who recently came home from Cameroon and had a whole epiphany on depression while he was there. With a past history of major depression himself, he found the culture much more accepting and supportive abroad.
Studying how culture affects the mind is a fascinating field.
You guys, I was the only person to suggest the prolactin test that caught a pituitary adenoma in a patient I didn’t even see.
My attending gave me a fist bump. My classmates said ” I have an impressive breadth of knowledge”.
And for this all I have to give credit to mynotes4usmle. Because looking at those notes every time they cross my dash is my favorite lazy way to study. I know there was a pituitary hormone post sometime which inspired my suggestion to the attending.
Tumblr= best study buddies.
Our research facility tweeted this story today. Blogging so I read the original paper later.
Meat free, gluten free, full of veggies.
Everyone likes nachos.
Bean layer has beets, rainbow chard, and corn in it yet manages to taste like a proper bean salad.
Chips give it a higher glycemic index and up the sodium, but for most everyone besides heart failure and diabetes, this would be a satisfying and delicious lunch. Took me approximately 10 minutes to assemble from leftovers.
The next time someone tells you it takes a long time to prepare healthy food, that veggies don’t taste good, or that a meal isn’t complete without meat, dare them to try something like this.