9th Oct, 2020
The 2020 Boston marathon was just one of many things that was abnormal for this very abnormal year. After training and racing so hard to qualify, I look forward to the race in Boston more than any other race every year. Having spent time during my surgical training there, the visit to Boston and the outpouring from that great city’s citizenry during the race weekend…
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6th Oct, 2020
Before and After Image of Patient from Sasse Surgical Another reason we should all be taking Vitamin D. Recent reports out of the U.K. indicate that both low Vitamin D levels and obesity may be important reasons people get sicker from Covid 19. Early deaths among health care providers in England disproportionally hit doctors of Indian origin who have darker pigmented skin and lower Vitamin…
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11th Sep, 2020
Recent reports out of the U.K. indicate low Vitamin D levels and obesity may be important reasons people get sicker from Covid-19. Early deaths among health care providers in England disproportionally hit doctors of Indian origin who have darker pigmented skin and lower Vitamin D levels. In the U.S, an incredible 80% of African Americans have Vitamin D deficiency, which might account for a portion…
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4th May, 2020
In the midst of the global pandemic, patterns are beginning to emerge, particularly in relation to people who are most at risk of hospitalization and complications. According to the CDC, high-risk individuals include the severely obese — people with a body mass index, or BMI, over 40. It’s a telling inclusion, particularly given current demographic breakdowns on coronavirus. Increasingly, these breakdowns are tracking the BMIs…
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10th Apr, 2020
With all the advice about the virus and staying safe, how does one even go and get groceries? What is the risk, and what can be done to mitigate those risks? Experts from both the Journal of American Medical Association and the Centers for Disease Control share these important tips for safe grocery shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Remember, knowledge is power. Safe Grocery Shopping…
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