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December 24, 2022

Don’t let the holiday turkey make your family or friends sick

A case of food poisoning can ruin anyone’s holidays. So take care of your turkey to reduce your risk of foodborne illness. The American Dietetic Association offers […]
December 24, 2022

The Christmas Child Who changed the world

Christmas is a time of hope and blessings, a celebration of life and salvation. The Scriptures teach us that children are a blessing from God. It […]
December 23, 2022

Holidays are a great time to know and act on your family’s medical history

Whether you know a lot about your family health history or only a little, take time to talk to your family about their health histories this […]
December 23, 2022

A Christmas Story – Part 3

Two days ago, I began a Christmas story that came from my book Bryson City Seasons. You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. This is the […]
December 22, 2022

How to prevent holiday depression and stress

This last week, I saw three patients in the office all suffering from holiday depression. One was a grandmother who had suffered the tragic loss of […]
December 22, 2022

A Christmas Story – Part 2

Yesterday, I began a Christmas story that came from my book Bryson City Seasons. You can read Part 1 here. This is the second of three parts. I hope […]
December 21, 2022

Keep diabetes in check during the holidays

For those of you who are diabetics, holiday parties, desserts, and buffets can throw your meal plan way off-track. Here are some tips from HealthDay News:
December 21, 2022

A Christmas Story – Part 1

My most popular books, at least based on sales and letters, are the Bryson City series. In the second book in this series, Bryson City Seasons, I […]
October 18, 2022

Tuesday Patient Stories – Kissimmee Tales Chapter 7B – First Call

For the next few months, I’m excerpting chapters from the first of two books about my early years in family medicine in Kissimmee, Florida – The […]
October 22, 2022

Saturday Book Report – A sweet note about several of my books

A retired Ob-Gyn physician named Charlotte recently sent me a sweet note that I thought you might want to see: