— William Wilberforce
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Published March 26, 2017 | Opinion
My favorite late night television host of all time was David Letterman. He was on the air for 33 years, from 1982 to 2015. I thoroughly enjoyed his wacky, cutting edge, biting humor. He was definitely not palatable to everyone’s taste—certainly not like Johnny Carson. But you just had to love his Stupid Pet Tricks segment or crazy stunts like the time he had the U.S. women’s soccer team kick soccer balls off the roof above the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. Perhaps the segment I looked forward to the most was Dave’s nightly Top 10 List where he would read (or have a guest read) a list of 10 items on a particular theme, going from…
Published March 22, 2017 | Best in Video
Six doctors who have administered vaccines in their practice answer one question. When you were in medical school, how much education regarding vaccines was provided before you were permitted to administer them?
Like a lot of people, in January when I suddenly developed a high fever (101 F), body aches, fatigue, nasal congestion and cough, I thought for sure it was influenza, which I had not experienced for decades. Turns out, according to a recently released CDC report, in the 2016-2017 flu season the odds are only about one in 10 that flu like illness…
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