Anyone can work to create a better health system. #UnitedForHealth!
A subdued, painful, and introspective cinematic masterpiece. Watch it, love it, support it.
Every year, medical school gets tougher and tougher (don’t let anyone tell you otherwise).
I’ve been blogging in some way, shape or form since 2008. Up until now, I can’t directly answer the question “why do you have a blog?”.
I will live my whole life trying to capture the ephemeral. I will stretch our few seconds into eternities.
Loving, celebrating and supporting local products is difficult when our malls are saturated with big-name “local” brands (which outsource their manufacturing to China and import their models from Korea) and foreign labels. Aside from tiangges, seasonal mall fairs, and online shopping, we don’t really have a lot of local options. So when an opportunity like Sikat…
Because the story was a children’s story, there were plenty of interactive stations for kids in the venue. Honestly I wanted to paint with the kids… but I am unfortunately a very old 22.
Who says management has no place in health?
Ann Patchett calls this book “a universal donor –I would recommend it to anyone, everyone”. I agree.
The NMNH is the investment in the arts and sciences that our nation deserves. So please, don’t touch the displays!