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A physician demystifies the event of a cardiac arrest and explains how it can be treated and even prevented.

In addition to the fact that it makes me feel like a magician

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1. My writing is more relational

Throw out the tedious calculus. It’s not that complicated. The simple answer to the question on everyone’s mind:

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A new study shows just how bad long Covid can be

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Hospitals across the country are seeing fewer sick kids; a pediatrician explores why

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When it comes to migraines, could the heart of the matter be a matter of the heart?

A hole new approach

A physician looks at how our immune systems respond to the Covid vaccine

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1) Antibody tests aren’t perfect

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A pediatrician explains how kids can crush the novel coronavirus with the strength of their innate immune system.

Study design

Yale’s Dr. Grossman challenged dogma to change the outcome for infants

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Here’s what might work better when it’s another state’s turn to mask down

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Bo Stapler, MD

Health & science writer on Elemental & other pubs. Hospitalist physician in internal medicine & pediatrics. Interpreter of medical jargon. bostapler.medium.com

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