Category Archives: Music

Doctor 007

Let’s imagine an action-packed screenplay full of suspense and intrigue and romance (just a little) and… medicine.  Yes, medicine. And why not? After all, in medicine we have potential for biochemical warfare, technological advances in diagnosing infectious disease in relatively … Continue reading

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Why the Show Must Go On

Last night, I attended a concert put on by Robert Plant and The Band of Joy. It was an excellent performance. Of course, to see a legend perform is always amazing. There is something about witnessing someone in his element … Continue reading

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Music in Medicine: Not Just for the Surgeons

Earlier this month, I had a conversation with a family member about her observation that many physicians are musicians. A few days later, I encountered an interesting blog post by Rahul Parikh, MD entitled “The Truth about Music in the … Continue reading

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How Music Can Be Like a Drug

I couldn’t agree more with this post I came across on getbetterhealth.com. I also agree with the song choice represented. Adagio for Strings is one of my favorite pieces, but DJ Tiesto’s version takes it to another level. (I wonder … Continue reading

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