Monthly Archives: October 2010

Vonnegut’s Counter-Vigilance: When Doctors Err on the Side of Caution

You’ll likely recognize the name Vonnegut via Kurt Jr., one of the 20th century’s most celebrated American authors.  There is another Vonnegut on the current literary scene, Kurt’s son, Mark Vonnegut, M.D.  Mark paid tribute to his father’s memory in … Continue reading

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The CHOOCH Factor

If you’re breathing and you’re a baseball fan you’ve heard by now that Roy Halladay spun a no-hitter, one walk shy of a perfect game, in his first playoff appearance. Count me among those who weren’t quite sure how Roy … Continue reading

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Redemption and Reunion: Vick and McNabb Linc Up

The story of Michael Vick and his vicious dogfighting operation has been widely publicized.  Jim Gorant, capitalizing on his Sports Illustrated story in 2008 about the dogs themselves, has written a new book entitled: The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick’s Dogs … Continue reading

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