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Podiatry Employment/Income as a New Grad

Created September 24, 2015 by Christina Crisologo

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  • Against Logic There Is No Armor Like Ignorance

  • Posted October 21, 2016 by Short Coat Podcast
  • WHO researchers in Uganda are keen to teach schoolchildren there how to spot dubious health claims. This leads Dave to ask Levi Endelman, John Pienta, and newcomers Alice Ye and Adam Erwood whether their generation was taught the principles of logic and scientific thought in a way more effective than his own generation was taught, while Alice questions...VIEW >
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  • Figure 1 Case of the Week: Did a hot tub make this child sick?

  • Posted October 21, 2016 by Figure 1
  • An 11-year-old female presents with a pruritic rash, a fever, and fatigue after returning from a family vacation two days earlier. Her mother mentions she spent the last days of their holiday in the hotel hot tub. On examination, a papular, erythematous rash is seen on the skin that was covered by her bathing suit....VIEW >
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  • It’s Real: The Sophomore Slump

  • Posted October 17, 2016 by Adelle
  • I strolled into second year, fresh off the plane from my South American adventures and ready to hit the ground running, expecting another experience like first year. It would be smooth sailing as long as I stuck to my schedule and my friends. I was good to go. Little did I know, the “second year...VIEW >
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  • Recess Rehash: Here’s Lemons In Your Eyes

  • Posted October 14, 2016 by Short Coat Podcast
  • [Since Dave and the Writing and Humanities Program was putting on an art-and-medicine conference last week, we’re posting this rerun.  Enjoy!] Dave helps Mark Moubarek, Amy Young, Rob Humble, and Corbin Weaver to practice their clinical skills by  answering random people’s “health” questions from the saddest place on the Internet. But first we discuss the AMA’s policy...VIEW >
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  • Figure 1 Case of the Week: An Extreme Presentation

  • Posted October 14, 2016 by Figure 1
  • A 43-year-old male presents with a three-month history of tender, non-painful, erythematous plaques under his arm and on his chest. His lipid profile reveals elevated triglycerides and total cholesterol. Do you recognize this extreme presentation? Related...VIEW >

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