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Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right (why won’t those calling for statin papers to be retracted use some science? by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 11 Jun 2014 5:40pm On 21 May my blog featured calls by Professor Sir Rory Collins for the retraction of two articles that raised issues about the safety of statins. In both articles, evidence from a particular study was misrepresented and misquoted. The BMJ has withdrawn the comments and even featured them in an editorial. But Professor Sir Rory Collins is not ... Read on »
Hospital clowning: Video introduction to Hearts & Noses Hospital Clown Troupe by David W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 10:07am I’ve been a board member and financial supporter of the Hearts & Noses Hospital Clown Troupe for ten years, but always struggle to convey in words exactly what the troupe does and how special it is. The clown aspect people think they get, but it’s hard to explain how empowering the professionally trained, dedicated volunteers are to the thousan ... Read on »
Bring In The Clowns... by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:26pm This latest blog posts are inspired by my muse, my husband, who is currently on assignment in Addis Ababa, Ethopia. While reading a paper, he came across an article with the term 'medical clowning' in and he thought, at first, that it was must be a typo in the newspaper. But, in fact, the article was about how medical clowns are volunteers who ... Read on »
Part 2: Frau Koma's Second Coming: Mass Murder, Autism and the Cult of Weaponized Genetics by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 12:00am Part 2, Profectus ( Part 1 is here.) "No wonder kids grow up crazy. A cat's cradle is nothing but a bunch of X's between somebody's hands, and little kids look and look and look at all those X's..." "And?" "No damn cat, and no damn cradle." ~Kurt Vonnegut, Cat’s Cradle By Adriana Gamondes In the introduction to Nuclea ... Read on »
Pizza and Clowns by Kristy W. Facebook Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 7:00am I think a lot of people may tell you I am a clown. I love to laugh, have a good time, life is too damn short to be serious about almost everything. Here I am in the kitchen, it's Pizza day, I am making pizzas for David, he is in hog heaven, he lives for pizza day. I make my own dough, it has to be started the day before so it can ... Read on »
Do They Have Scary Clowns in Heaven? by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 10:56pm My husband and I went as Aragorn and Arwen for Halloween this year (geek test: If you just said “Who??” then you are officially not a geek). Like my headband of sliver flowers embedded with red plastic stones? Yep, Nana’s. Granny panties, size XL, beige, used. They’d arrived in a plain brown envelope accompanied by a single tea ... Read on »
Bring on the Clowns... by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 04 Jun 2011 5:00pm I have a story to tell. I have been telling my story to pediatricians and doctors for two years. This time, I wanted to bring Jordan. I was invited by a parent I met through the forum to speak at a mini-conference for a parent association near Pisa, she had just completed a course to become a clown and told me the event was for children. ... Read on »
Death of a Clown by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:56am Dan Leno was the prince of clowns. Born George Wild Galvin in 1860, he was the youngest of six children in an old London show business family. His father was a comedian and his mother was a singer and George soon showed that he had inherited both talents. He made his debut as "Little George,the Infant Wonder" when he was only four years old an ... Read on »
Dr. Mark Cohen's "Wicked Clown" Mitochondrion by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 May 2013 10:39am Inspired by the last post regarding unusual mitochondrial inclusions, the insurmountable Dr. Mark Cohen of Case Western sent in his favorite picture of an aberrant mitochondrion, which he likens to a "wicked clown" Read on »
Do you see the clown? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 May 2013 9:55am A couple of weeks ago I posted a picture of a shirt that had a stain that someone claimed looked like a juggling Jesus. It looked more like some random juggler, not religious to me. But it did bring up the topic of pareidolias. That inspired joggler Joe Salter to send along a pareidolia of his own. It is a puddle that he saw while doin ... Read on »