These are three websites I read every day and from which I draw a huge amount of useful information:
- The Doctor Weighs In, hosted by Dr. Patricia Salber. TDWI is truly mind-expanding. She explores topics from the relationship between morality and religion to detecting post-surgery respiratory problems. If I were not a healthcare consultant I’d still read this daily. Here is a link to The Doctor Weighs In.
- They Said What?, hosted by the inimitable Al Lewis and Vik Khanna. They go about exploding one healthcare myth after another, but do so with appropriate satire, hilarious quotes, and self-immolating vendor screenshots. I can’t go to this site without learning valuable information and having a good laugh. Who doesn’t like a good satire? Here is a link to They Said What?. My advice: start with “This is your brain on wellness.”
- Not Running a Hospital, hosted by Paul Levy. Not Running a Hospital goes way beyond what the title implies…and way beyond healthcare in general. It too is mind expanding. He covers topics from math education to healthcare myths and back again. Here is a link to Not Running a Hospital.
I urge you to add these to your book marks and visit them often.
Tom’s latest book, “An Illustrated Guide to Personal Health”, is now available on Amazon.