Letters from Maine

Letters from Maine

The urge to move

It appears the desire to be active is genetic, yet some still are sedentary.

Letters from Maine

A longing for belonging

Dr. Wilkoff explains how giving a patient a diagnosis fills a longing for belonging.

Letters from Maine

Connected care

Telemedicine, perhaps better termed connected care, can occur at many levels.

Letters from Maine

Fear driven

Patients are worried, and so are we physicians.

Letters from Maine

A breath of objectivity

There’s no need for parents to feel guilty about breastfeeding or not, or about working outside the home. And there are data for it.

Letters from Maine

A telemedicine compromise

Are telemedicine DTC visits and antibiotic stewardship incompatible?

Letters from Maine

A chance to unite

The measles outbreaks provide an opportunity to promote legislation that strikes a sensible balance between...

Letters from Maine

A state of mind

Do you enjoy your job and look forward to getting home at the end of the day?

Letters from Maine

A.I. and U 2

Artificial intelligence cannot determine how well a patient will cope with a difficult diagnosis.

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