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When Doctors Are Called to the Rescue in Midflight

When Doctors Are Called to the Rescue in Midflight

By KATIE HAFNER,   The New York Times

Dr. Matthew Rhoa is still haunted by one of his lowest moments as a physician. Several years ago, on the first leg of an international flight, he was just settling in for a nap when a flight attendant came on the public address system to ask, “Is there a doctor on the plane?”

Dr. Rhoa, who lives in San Francisco, didn’t push his call button. “As a gynecologist, I always waited for another doctor,” he said. “There’s never a need for a Pap smear…

The Overlap between Healthcare and Financial Myths

Have you ever wondered…

  1. Can you trust what the media says about medical care?
  2. Can you trust what the media says about travel safety?
  3. Can you trust what the media says about investing?
  4. Can you trust the media?

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