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Being Positive

Sheila was a thirty six year old woman that was new to our practice. She was uninsured, but wanted to be tested for the COVID-19

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The Hurricane

Here in Florida, we can handle a hurricane. When Hurricane Michael was looming in 2018, I prepped well in advance. I rushed out the grocery

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Going Viral

On Facebook, some of my friends are playing a game to see how many degrees of separation they have to a COVID-19 case. It’s the

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In Short Supply

As I started putting on my gloves in preparation to go and examine a suspected COVID-19 patient, I noticed that we only had three left

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The New Norm

He sat in his car waiting for me. John was a 38 year old male with a history of diabetes. He looked slightly overweight and

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Under Pressure

Sixty-five year old Norman was accompanying his wife to her doctor’s appointment. That morning, he wasn’t quite feeling like himself. He was experiencing some mild

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100 Years

Today was the 100th day that my son, Dylan, had been in school, so we dressed him up as if he were 100 years old.

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Love’s Labours

I saw one of my favorite couples today. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been coming to the clinic for several years now and they’ve been

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Taking a Hike

This weekend, we went camping in the Everglades. Florida in winter is the perfect time to go camping, as the weather isn’t too stifling and

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Be Like Mike

A colleague of mine, Dr. Alberto, was telling me about his patient and asking some advice on how to manage her. Mary was a seventy

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The Call of Duty

This morning, Dylan was being extra sweet. He woke me up at the usual 6AM, crawling into bed, except instead of insisting we get up,

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