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My dear readers, it is with great regret that I relay the news to you that your author has been diagnosed with a terminal, incurable affliction similar to what you see in the picture above. You may think I’m talking about simple male pattern baldness. But no, this is much more spontaneous, insidious, and frankly morally shameful. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it appears that I have the early stages of comb-over.
Welcome to our new site, caduceusblog.com. After several months, of trying to tweak the previous site, I’ve decided to move the blog to a much simpler platform which will be easier to use, and allow me to spend more time doing what I intended. . . writing!
Besides the new look, this site also features a facebook ‘like’ button which will accompany every article, and a separate comments section that will not link to your facebook page. Let me know what you think in the comments section, and feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Our Gift to You: The 12 Days of Hospitalization
To be sung to the tune of The 12 Days of Christmas. . .
On the first day at hospital my doctor gave to me, a CT to rule out P.E.
Please Join Our Candlelight Vigil.
We here at caduceusblog (though there’s only 2 of us) would like to take this opportunity to wish a speedy recovery to one of our readers who has caught a cold and is taking an antibiotic. This worries us, not out of any concern we have for our readers. It worries us because we only have 2 readers, and our statistician informs us that if one our readers dies, then our readership could be reduced by nearly fifty percent. So please join our candlelight vigil to pray for the speedy recovery of our poor stricken reader.
We here at the Caduceuscloud (though there’s only two of us) would like to wish you, our dear reader (literally, we only have one reader), the happiest of Thanksgivings. As we count our many blessings during this special time of year, I feel that it’s important that I reflect on what is perhaps the most important blessing of all. . . that I am not a TSA agent. Continue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”
I never meant for this blog to be about funny patient stories, but since I have nothing else to talk about today, wth, here goes. Names have been changed to protect the clueless. . . Continue reading “The Advair Incident”