Welcome to the Grand Rounds — a weekly roundup of medical and health blogging, hosted on a different blog each week. This edition is volume 6, number 28 (click here for last week’s edition).Since this is fitness month on Daily Monthly, I asked this week’s participants to focus on nutrition and fitness where possible, and we got a great response.
Kim at Emergiblog, asked me to host Vol 4, number 19 edition of Change of Shift. On April Fool’s Day!!!
April Fool!!!!!And for you non-nursing readers, Change of Shift is a nursing blog carnival. …….
In Honor of April Fools Day, I thought I would share quotations that use the word “Fool.” See if you recognize any of them.
Docs... we can step up and control costs... limiting expenses to provide a better world for our children should be all the incentive you need!
And here’s Paul Levy’s comments on the article: Should we let the death issue die?By the time she was 38, Dr. Desiree Pardi had become a leading practitioner in palliative care, one of the fastest-growing fields in medicine, counseling terminally ill patients on their choices.She preached the gentle gospel of her profession, persuading patients to confront their illnesses and get their affairs in order and, above all, ensuring that their last weeks were not spent in unbearable pain. She was convinced that her own experience as a cancer survivor — the disease was first diagnosed when she was 31 — made her perfect for the job. ………….
GuestsBeth Whitehouse -- reporter for Newsday and adjunct professor of journalism at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, author of the book, "The Match:"Savior Siblings" and One Family's Battle to Heal Their Daughter.Laurie Strongin -- founder and executive director of the Hope for Henry Foundation, author of "Saving Henry: A Mother's Journey"
4/14: Psychiatric Social Worker Brandice Schnabel
4/22: DG & Tiffany Hollums and their adoption journey