Our specialty focus series continues with Dr. Anthony Oliva, who gives a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to be a general surgeon.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Paul Carson, MD and philosopher Anthony Flood, PhD, both from North Dakota State University, talk about the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The doctors talk to neurologist Dr. Tom Zabiega about how his own view of brain death changed as he started to examine the issue and some of the practical flaws in the brain death tests.
Public health specialist Dr. Paul Cieslak gives an update on the state of the coronavirus pandemic throughout the country.
The doctors talk to neurosurgeon Dr. Richard Rowe about his own experiences diagnosing brain death, what the criteria are, and what the process looks like in practice.
Our specialty focus series continues with Dr. Bill Williams who gives a behind the scenes look at his work as a rheumatologist and researcher
Denver pediatrician Dr. Michelle Stanford answers questions about how COVID-19 is affecting and kids
Dr. Barbara Golder, a pathologist, lawyer, and ethicist who serves as the editor of the Linacre Quarterly, the official medical journal of the Catholic Medical Association, explains the peer-review process for medical journals,
Debi Vinnedge, founder of Children of God for Life, talks about the ethics of vaccines and the work that is being done to make sure vaccines are produced without harm to human beings.
Dr. Adam Osenga gives an inside look at what it’s like to be a chiropractor, including what kind of ailments a chiropractor can help with, the various kinds of treatments he provides, and some of the biggest misconceptions people have about the specialty.