There was a lot this week: The animosity at the G-7 summit between the US leaders and the European leaders, the Justice Department’s move that could end the ACA’s coverage for pre-existing condition, the critical importance of the flu vaccine, and the death of both Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. It’s odd how someone whom … More This week and Anthony Bourdain
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California primary election is coming up on June 5th (tomorrow) and if you are a California resident, please go out and vote. What the primary election does is it narrows down the field of possible applicants (which is what they are–they apply, we decide) for state positions. Like a few other states, California has a … More Exploring California Part 6: VOTE tomorrow in your primary elections
“35,000 units of heparin are in.” “1/3 of the protamine is in.” Recently, in the OR, I was jokingly told that I have a “trumpet voice,” meaning I make sure what I’m saying is heard. It’s true, I have my teacher-voice. Not the, oh why are you on the table dancing around? voice, but the … More On being loud and Peanut Butter Cupcakes with Banana Caramel