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Love at first sight? Ophthalmology seduces with variety, hours, outcomes
Enchantment with the eye, one of the most complex and cherished organs of the body, accounts for much of the field’s appeal.
Vanishing act: What’s happening to the traditional rotating internship?
Once required of all osteopathic medical graduates, the rotating internship has become largely a last resort—but not entirely.
I’ll take High Rollers for $1,000, Alex:
Texas student wins big on ‘Jeopardy!’
Jason Shore, OMS II, shares the details of his “Jeopardy!” journey, including how much he won and which questions stumped him.
Unity must prevail
To meet medicine’s challenges ahead, the profession “must move forward in a unified effort,“ writes a state association director.
Small steps to get healthy: How DOs inspire behavior changes in patients
Physicians can boost patient compliance by listening and leading by example, says endocrinologist Kari A. Hortos, DO.