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Neurologist Howard Tucker, MD — recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest practicing physician — says he’s trying to secure Taylor Swift’s autograph.
What drains your empathy battery? Cardiology fellow @shirlywhirlmd shares a comic about dealing with helplessness, lack of recognition, and moral injury.
Doctor-friends display their cocktail-making talents in a speciality drink night.
“I have been informed that I am being replaced as the Editor in Chief of @eLife for retweeting a @TheOnion piece that calls out indifference to the lives of Palestinian civilians,” said Michael Eisen, PhD, in a now-viral post.
What’s crazier than a dislike for store-bought pesto? Perhaps the lack of research on common gynecologic conditions, says surgeon @karentangmd.
Cardiologist @calirunnerdoc advocates for long COVID patients and raises awareness about its severe risks: “People with #LongCovid are losing organs. Having cardiovascular events. Dying.”
Pillows turning yellow? Allergist @rubin_allergy warns about the health affects of using old, yellowing pillows.
“The best teacher isn’t my professors’ voices in my head or the textbooks, but the person who sits right in front of me in the exam room,” says Zed Zha, MD, emphasizing the importance of learning from experiences and interactions with patients.
“Don’t use a human being as a jump rope,” says physician @drgumbymd.
Medical laboratory scientist @MLS_Dave draws attention to escalating respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases.