I am starting to get the idea more and more that too many healthcare workers (particularly doctors) know far too little about headaches.
Having suffered migraines for more than a decade, I started having this suspicion while still in school, but now that I have a smidgen of knowledge myself, the suspicion grows. Continue reading “Weekly Whine: Headaches”
Joining up with Christine from Bookishly Boisterous for this post – she’s been doing them for a while now, but is starting a link-up this week. In her words, It allows book bloggers (or any blogger, for that matter) to write about pretty much anything, bookish or otherwise.
Continue reading “Bookish (and not so bookish) thoughts”
As part of our Otorhinolaryngology rotation (easier name: ENT) we spent a morning at the Carel du Toit Centre (“where deaf children learn to speak”). I had been to one of their satellite centres before, as a volunteer in high school, and I never cease to be amazed by their work. Continue reading ““Where deaf children learn to speak””