John gave a speech before at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry in Atlanta GA at the annual meeting
Parents who complain of feeling burned out at work are more likely to have kids who are burned out at school.
Is there a better way to be bereaved?
Medicine is a very complicated thing. This is proven by the article that appeared in today’s New York Times.
A Doctor’s op-ed piece in the Washington Post which proposes a “smarter war on cancer” thanks to a greater emphasis on clinical trials.
Study sponsored by the National Cancer Institute finds that family caregivers can significantly reduce suffering in cancer patients at home through use of simple touch and massage techniques.
Here is an interesting article that appeared about breast cancer caregiving on a site for and about taking care of parents.
This is a fascinating article about research using robots as caregivers.
While the verdict is out on whether laughter plays a role in healing, the American Cancer Society and other medical experts say it reduces stress and promotes relaxation by lowering blood pressure, improves breathing and increases muscle function.
There is great concern about the long-term impact of today’s recommendation by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force