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Eschew the Flu: Don’t Fall Victim to This Year’s Bug
News about the dangers of this year’s influenza is spreading as fast as the virus itself. The illness got an early start in 2018 and is already at near-epidemic levels, according to the CDC. To avoid the misery of the flu, the CDC recommends taking these following precautions.
Survival Tips For The Morning After the Night Before
There is only one guaranteed way to avoid a hangover: Don’t drink to excess. Of course, that may be easier said than done on New Year’s Eve, so prepare to ring in the New Year without suffering (too many of) the consequences by following these tips.
Jeff Doctor has DESIGNs on Change
Bon Ku, MD, MPP, combines the best of his two worlds—medicine and design.
Stephen Klasko, MD, Disrupts the Norm
Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA, president and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, speaks and acts boldly, and encourages disruption on all fronts of healthcare.
A Career in Cuddling
Evelyn Mandel, a retired kindergarten teacher, is one of the designated volunteer cuddlers at Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health.
People who suffer from frequent migraines might soon find relief—two new drugs that have shown promise in easing the pain are on the horizon.
Honor Your SKCC Caregiver
Is there a Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center doctor or nurse who has made a difference in your life or the life of a loved one?
Investiture of Theodore A. Christopher, MD
Dr. Ted Christopher has been named the first holder of The Green Family Foundation and John and Patricia Walsh Professorship of Emergency Medicine.
Gobble-Gobble Wisely This Thanksgiving to Avoid Indigestion
Thanksgiving is a feast for the taste buds—and a beast for the stomach.
Marc Shares His Pancreatic Cancer Journey
While it is considered one of the most deadly cancers, if detected early enough pancreatic cancer is treatable, and in many cases curable.
The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.