The medical community is unable to reach consensus on what to do with America’s health insurance situation. The Allergists were in favor of scratching it, but the Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves. The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the Neurologists thought the Administration had a lot… Continue reading Physician Opinions About Healthcare Reform (humor)
Tech company on verge of developing a smart condom By Cara Livernois Mar 03, 2017 Fitness trackers have turned walking into something of a competition, with friends comparing the number of steps in a day or a week. Now, a company is aiming to bring wearable technology into the bedroom to track something more of… Continue reading Has Technology Gone Too Far?
For many liquors, aging is the key to their distinct flavors. Brandy is no exception, with top-shelf labels spending years in casks. But chemists think they have discovered a shortcut—ultrasound. Spanish researchers shot a river of brandy through a bed of American oak chips and blasted the mix with ultrasound for three days. They also… Continue reading Ultrasound Ages Liquor Two Years in Just Three Days
Oct 13, 2016 | Future Proof, MD Bo Liu, MD is a radiology resident with an interest in interventional radiology (IR) and personal finance. Throughout his medical training, he’s noticed a surprising lack of personal finance knowledge among young medical professionals, many of whom are extremely bright and talented. He is the founder… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Radiologists Are NOT ‘Real Doctors’