I first started drinking coffee in graduate school. Long before Starbucks, there was a small coffee bar on the UCLA campus, a wood-paneled enclave for hipsters with the requisite chalkboard displaying the day’s brews, a steady stream of foo-foo music wafting in the background mixing nicely with the deep intoxicating aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Continue reading
Month: May 2016
I’m skeptical about … opioids.
“Patient advocates in the legal profession have coined the term ‘opiophobia’ which describes the unscientific and irrational fear that many people, including health-care providers, have of the dangers and evils of narcotics, even when prescribed to relieve pain”
Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2004. Continue reading