Category Archives: Learning

Homemade Hand Salve for Gardeners

Gardeners’ hands go through a lot. It’s not just the dirt-caked beneath fingernails, but also the callouses from digging and wedding, and the dry and cracked skin from the sun.  Gardening gloves can help to protect the skin, but to treat your hands well, you may want to go DIY and whip up your homemade… Read More »

Spare older anesthesiologists COVID-19 coronavirus risk [PODCAST]

The Podcast by KevinMD | Podcast | July 2, 2020 “This pandemic presents a unique opportunity for senior anesthesiologists to see the benefit of accommodating the health care needs of our workforce. Just as I tried to avoid the teratogenic effects of certain cases when pregnant, we should consider the most effective ways to protect… Read More »

Nearly 90 percent of coronavirus patients saw improved taste, smell after 4 weeks, study says

Those infected with coronavirus may lose their sense of smell or taste, but a new study reports that nearly 90 percent of patients who had sudden onset of symptoms saw an improvement or complete resolution of impairment after four weeks. According to the study, loss of smell or taste is among the most common symptoms of mildly… Read More »