Topic: Opinion
Opinion
May 15, 2012

What we ‘knew’ then

Medical history tells us that much of what we “know” to be true today may be proved false in the future.

Opinion
May 26, 2010

Two openings—one wrong, one right

“Our goal, if we are to be real healers, is to welcome the patient, show interest and show concern—all in that one opening sentence,” Arnold Melnick, DO, writes.

Opinion
July 1, 2009

Treat patients—don’t kill them

I agree to stand by the osteopathic oath: "I will give no drugs for deadly purposes to any person, though it may be asked of me."

Opinion
July 1, 2009

Medicare: Communication or confusion?

Even as a fairly knowledgeable professional, I have great difficulty with the “information” Medicare provides and often do not understand it.