Long Past Time

Date posted: 20.01.2016

History provides perspective, probably because we keep repeating it. Several hundred years ago, smallpox was the scourge of Europe. Treatment, such as it was, consisted of compassion, fluids, and a ...

A Gerontological Reality

Date posted: 31.12.2015

An odd thing came across my desk yesterday: a reminder that some people, without meaning to, encourage not only a sense of futility and gloom, but in their dark view of the world, they end up encourag ...

Alzheimer's isn't just forgetting, it's forgetting our assumptions

Date posted: 21.12.2015

The rate-limiting-step to innovation is assumption. Often, we have the infrastructure, the knowledge, and even the intelligence we need to move ahead, but stumble and fall over our own assumptions. ...

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Michael B. Fossel, M.D., Ph.D. (born 1950, Greenwich, Connecticut) was a professor of clinical medicine at Michigan State University for almost 30 years...

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