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2015 LETTERS

-new- Much Ado About Nothing: Brain Tales (August 12, 2015)

"Marsh and Sacks are only two out of a whole corps of doctors who write with wit and illumination about sundry aspects of healthcare." To read more, click here.

Everything's Broken (July 22, 2015)

"Technology itself, supposedly our hope for the future, is often the Trojan Horse of modern civilization, dividing us and eroding our innards." To read more, click here.

No Stone Unturned (July 1, 2015)

"I am very careful about what I eat. Also I walk a lot. Yoga, I do in the morning." To read more, click here.

The Summer of 2015 (June 17, 2015)

"We would suppose a successful vacationer in 2015 will set out for somewhere but not really care if he or she gets there." To read more, click here.

Hotel California: The Luxe Life (April 22, 2015)

"Should you travel often enough and far enough, bits of excellence will show up, and they are worth cherishing." To read more, click here.

Quick Fixes (March 18, 2015)

"The only thing for it is to learn a few tricks that help you avoid lousy providers or, at least, permit you to neutralize their flaws. John Q. Public today needs a few tricks up his sleeve." To read more, click here.

Putting Some Health Back in Healthcare (February 11, 2015)

"How then, we may ask, do we put aside raucous behavior and wrap ourselves in quiet restful moments where we can begin to rule our lives with a considered philosophy?" To read more, click here.

Doctoring Is Still Just An Art Form (January 14, 2015)

"Doctors play this game called mortality as best they can, oft as not pushing rocks uphill. They try to slay all diseases, afflictions, and intrepid accidents that can reduce us to half lives or take us down altogether only to lose much of the time." To read more, click here.