Virtual Break: A Cleanse for the Soul

A cleanse for the soul: a Virtual Break, discussed by medical doctor Dana Corriel

The word ‘cleanse’ normally elicits a reflexive reaction on my part, being a medical doctor and having encountered some fascinating ways in which people clean themselves out (I’ll spare inserting an exhibit A and B at this point because I think we’ve all come across some ridiculous cleanses). But the one I discuss below was […]

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*Ask the Expert*- Pediatric GI

Director of the Celiac Program, pediatrician Michele J. Alkalay, answers your GI questions

A pediatric gastroenterology expert weighs in on your questions for this month’s ‘Ask the Expert’ segment. Remember to look out for these segments across social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) to send in your own questions. Is it sufficient at this day and age to diagnose celiac disease with just the antibodies and without an […]

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Bossy Saves Lives

Sasha Shillcut, MD, guest blogger speaking about how being bossy is not always a bad thing. In fact, it sometimes saves lives.

Since I was a little girl, I have been called a lot of things. Sensitive. Funny. Strong-willed. Outgoing. Take-charge. Friendly. Bossy. Focused. And my favorite: domineering. I’ve always been a direct person. I’m an extrovert, which means I walk into a room and I am energized by the people around me. I am also a […]

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