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Tag Archives: doctors
Have any of you gone for your annual health physical and had to fill out some really strange questionnaires? Questions like: “How many times in the last week have you felt depressed?” “How many times in the last week have … Continue reading
A few weeks back, I again began suffering those horrible leg cramps at night. One memorable Saturday night, the cramps were so bad that I peed myself, and they recurred numerous times during the night, each episode lasting for 10-15 minutes. … Continue reading
Yes, doctors are people, too. They experience the same emotions as the rest of us, including the occasional desire to poke fun. But that’s a desire they must suppress in the clinical setting. And like the rest of us, they … Continue reading