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18 Oct 2017 Social RT @emarchiolo: Excited to be presenting on the @RheumResearch #rheumlife program at #NIAMSCoalitionDay https://t.co/XaL220J4Yj
08 Mar 2018 Social Checkout #RWCS video by Dr. Orrin Troum discusses telemedicine, telehealth and telerheumatology at the 2018 RWCS meeting in Maui. https://t.co/OJhegrbWhW
26 Dec 2018 Social In 90 seconds I can make a Dx, do Test, Rx a drug. But 40 yrs of medicine has taught me thats not what they want - they want to be heard/understood, a solution, hope - none of these are accomplished in 90 seconds
13 Feb 2020 Social RT @uptoTate: “Uveitis needs to be treated with every flare as it can lead to blindness (and other complications.)” a review of Uveitis inc…
03 Sep 2018 Social 3 important lessons: 1) Often the most important thing we give a patient is not what we think it is; 2) Much of what you are taught is wrong; 3) Keep a sunshine folder. #SGU White Coat ceremony https://t.co/jI9KdNaGXY
07 May 2015 Social RT @medicalaxioms: What NOT to do when you are clinically lost: 1. Wait for someone to throw a brick through the window with the answer on …
07 Apr 2017 Social FDA approves 23&me to market genetic tests for Alzheimers,Parkinsons, celiac, dystonia, Gaucher, hemochromatosis https://t.co/RObItKT8MO
07 Nov 2017 Social RT @philipcrobinson: Okay, I am definitely going to try using this in clinic, a way to calculate BMI normalised CRP #ACR17 @RheumNow Abs #…
02 Apr 2018 Social Patients believe that a lab test is a systematic numeric representation their biology and a pivotal arbiter of wellness. Patients who are overly fixated on a specific lab result are that way because we made them that way! https://t.co/sKvZ9cuEhP
18 Feb 2019 Social More than half (53%) of hospital deaths are from sepsis and sepsis is the most common immediate cause of death (35%) according to a medical record review from 6 academic centers https://t.co/Sp5rFTbg3m
09 Oct 2018 Social Nurses Health Study shows curious results with low dose ASA <100mg having a lower risk of Ovarian Cancer (HR, 0.77; 95% CI, 0.61-0.96); but not so with ASA >324mg (HR, 1.17) and NSAIDS have a higher risk (HR, 1.19; 95% CI, 1.00-1.41). https://t.co/aN7pEH4NT4
27 Jun 2015 Social "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." - Edith Wharton
04 Aug 2017 Social RT @TomVargheseJr: One of the biggest myths in Medicine is "NPO after midnight" prior to a procedure. Kudos for teaching this pearl of wisd…
27 Nov 2017 Social United Rheumatology Announces The Establishment Of The Frances M. Hamburger Ph.D. Institute For Community Rheumatol… https://t.co/fgzaGnnCqX
23 Jul 2017 Social RT @NYTHealth: Are you a carboholic? Why cutting carbs is so tough https://t.co/UJni3OPbJi
09 Apr 2018 Social FDA commissioner Gottlieb “Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Google, Yahoo, and Bing” for their failure to police illicit sales of opioid drugs online. https://t.co/yQtjhjYn8M
15 May 2019 Social Study from Rheumatology tries to correlate topic, citations, downloads and Altmetric ratings in rheumatology and finds tweeting about your research does not appear to influence citations. https://t.co/Bez5Infcnf
08 Jun 2016 Social @RheumNow Im at #EULAR2016 all week, hoping to learn and share lots
24 Aug 2017 Social 55% Americans take prescription medicine; now more than ever. https://t.co/3ytMXHHhVP
30 Dec 2017 Social Great animated TED video on knuckle-cracking and why it feels good. Thanks to Airport Lyn Tan! https://t.co/kdbisKNN6m