When I first started medical school, I was fascinated by the science of medicine. I liked how it challenged me to think. But once I began practicing medicine as a pediatrician, I realized medicine was much more than science, it was an art.  Just being good at learning the science doesn’t make you a good […] Continue Reading

Remembering the Greatest, Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

I cried and then I smiled. Growing up in Louisville, Kentucky, I followed Cassius Clay, a young promising boxer through a career that took him, as Muhammad Ali, to the title of heavyweight champion of the world. Yet even more impressive than his athleticism in the ring was his conviction and compassion as a human […] Continue Reading