This week, Dan discusses how the extreme uncertainty of being chronically ill can affect his mental state, and some of the questions that plague him on a daily basis. He also lets us in to how the disease has shaped him as an individual, and relates some of the ways that he deals with the constant flip-flopping of his disease. Anyone who has ever wanted to know how people with disease think behind closed doors, don’t miss this article. Continue reading “Daily Roulette” »
Having a doctor with a good bedside manner is important. In fact, many times I have chosen to find another physician because the way I was treated by the current doctor was not to my liking. On the other hand, I have had many physicians that took bedside manner way too far, and became much too friendly. There is a fine line between too much and too little, and today you get to hear some of the more outlandish examples of both.
Now, bedside manner does not just apply to doctors proper, it can apply to technicians and assistants as Continue reading “Bedside Humor & Horror” »