Here are the top posts from this past week, based on the number of times they were viewed.
1. Will iodine and potassium iodide protect against radiation from Japan? Instead of spending time and money to find and purchase iodine, it’s much more useful to use those dollars and contribute to the Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts instead.
2. Why this medical student found primary care awesome, and boring. That’s why I found primary care to be boring. I could do it. As a 3rd year medical student.
3. Bullying among nurses needs to stop. I genuinely desire to bring to light an interesting conflict that has plagued the nursing profession for decades.
4. Japan earthquake and tsunami first hand physician account. An international ACEP member has been giving real-time updates to the ACEP Disaster Section about the developing situation in Japan.
5. Alternative medicine problems patients need to know about. Americans spend an astounding 34 billion dollars on alternative medicine annually.