PUBLICATIONS

What is common sense?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2006
The New Zealand Medical Journal, September, 2006
Irish Medical Journal (IMJ), February, 2007

What is health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2006
The New Zealand Medical Journal, September, 2006

What is the relationship between health and sickness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2006

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2006

Why are so many people homeless?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2007

What do nurses do?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2007
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), April, 2007

Is vanilla addictive?
Wikipedia, reference number 6
NationMaster Encyclopedia, reference number 13

Nasal Hygiene
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2007

Prescription for Worry
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2007

What's wrong with tap water?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2007

"It's more humane to cure your enemies than to kill them."
Antiwar.com
Pithypedia.com (Wikipedia)
British Medical Journal (BMJ)

Doctors should be impartial (Brother)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2007

What are recreational drugs?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2007

Yogurt and probiotics
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2007

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2007

Responsible use of alcohol
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2007

Exercise and Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2007

Wants versus Needs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2007

Don't Boycott Israel
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2007

Vitamins and Minerals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2007

Why is my doctor too busy to talk to me?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2007

Sick Society
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2007

What is life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2007

Addiction: Imaginary Gains and Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2007

Fewer pharmacists. More farm-assists.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2007

Organic Food
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2007

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2007

Weaning
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2007

Scientific Studies
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2007

Becoming a doctor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2007

Haiku It's Not the Flu
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2007

Haiku Curfew
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2007

Hospital versus Hospice
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2008

What is addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2008

Is tea good for you?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2008

Life is not a television soap opera
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2008

Let every man be master of his time (Macbeth)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2008

The Beverage Industry
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2008

What is intelligence?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2008

Oral Hygiene
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2008

What is poetry?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2008

Haiku for Doctors, Too
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2008

Are pets good for us?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2008

Haiku I Told You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2008

Haiku Ague
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

Diet and Culture
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

Reign of Blame
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

Physician, heal thyself
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

What is art?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

Carnage
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2008

I Remember You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Haiku Voodoo
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Myself
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Mother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Plants and Animals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Homesick
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Parent's Ten Commandments
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Haiku Government Screw
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2008

Sunshine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2008

Haiku Big Pharma Loves You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2008

Good Writing
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2008

Tourism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

What is civilization?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

Respect Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

Rx for Sex
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

Individualism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

Titles and Egos
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

Aging 101
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2008

A Child's Guide to Parents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Life is a locked-in syndrome
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Rx for Jerusalem
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Cuticles
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Haiku Me and You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

What is stereotyping?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Paging Dr. Freud
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Heavenly Father
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2008

Rx for Competition
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Blueprint for Writers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Positive Transference
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

What is the function of health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Doctors and Nurses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Society and Superiority
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Bedlam
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Health and Life
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2008

Fables and Fairy Tales
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2008

Haiku for WHO
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2008

Thanatopsis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2008

The Art of Medicine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2008

Placebos: trick or treat
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2008

Beyond Biology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Prescription for Peace
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Life and Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Beware of Marijuana
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Doctors are not demigods
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Rx for MDs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Mother Nature
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Beware of Alcohol
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

"Please, sir, I want some more." (Oliver Twist)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2008

Beware of Heroin
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

L'Allegro and Il Penseroso (Milton)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Common Sense 101
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Rx for Violence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Beware of Caffeine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Power tends to corrupt (Lord Acton)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Death Be Not Proud (John Donne)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Beware of Heavy Metal Music
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

My Doctor's Bag
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2008

Individual Health and Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Beware of Contact Sports
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

POTUS & FLOTUS 44
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009
Humanities and Social Sciences Online (H-Net), January, 2009

What is fun?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Welcome to Castle Dracula
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Rx for Marriage
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Cyberphobia
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Let's practice kindness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Neuro-bullying
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Climb Every Mountain (The Sound of Music)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

What is pain?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2009

Global Death Rounds
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Kudos to Pathologists
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Rx for Bias
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Food is Fundamental
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Big Pharma and Little Doctors
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Seven Deadly Sins
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

What is humor?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Rx for the Gates Foundation
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

What is the economy?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

To every thing there is a season...
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

Rx for Hubris
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2009

What is regret?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Is vanilla addictive?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Adverse Drug Reactions
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Beware of Polypharmacy in the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Rx for Feuds
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Universal Healthcare
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Theories of Personality
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

In Praise of the Laity
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Symbols vs Substance
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

What is religion?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2009

Fate vs. Free Will
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Social Justice
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

It's not so elementary, my dear doctor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Beware of Newspeak
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Thank God for Chaplains
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Skiing as Metaphor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Let's Promote Feminism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Rationality and Reality
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Romeo and Juliet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

The Retrospectoscope
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Rx for Flu: Lemons & Limes
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2009

Brother
POTUS & FLOTUS 44
For A Better World: Poems on Peace & Justice, April, 2009

The Righteous Gentiles
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Pacifism, Not Passivism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Self-acceptance
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Drug classification: a distinction without a difference
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Don't Forget The Disaffected
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Beware of Nutritional Yeast
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

You'll Never Walk Alone (Carousel)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Tobacco-related Deafness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Cycling: pro & con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

The Doctor Patient
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2009

Rx for Technology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Religious Vows
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Rx for Wasting
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Is healthcare a religion?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Psychiatric Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Rx for Success
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

What is time?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

Vaccines: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2009

War as metaphor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

The Parent-Child Relationship
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Physician Impossible
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

The Immunology of Prejudice
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Extroverts & Introverts
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Special care for the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Caveat Celebrity
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Prescription for Innovation
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Facing Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2009

Aphthous ulcers checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Rx for Truth
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Rx for Interstitial Cystitis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Collections: hobby or neurosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Connubial Conundrums
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Beware of smokeless tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Conservatives and Liberals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Love-Hate Relationships
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Rx for Logical Reasoning
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2009

Rx for Courage
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

In Praise of Disabled People
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Food Economy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Rx for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Social Mobility
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Addiction in Physicians and Nurses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

What are spin doctors?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Scientists Are Not Demigods
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

Facilis Descensus Averno or The Descent To Hell Is Easy
(Virgil’s Aeneid)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2009

What is common sense?
Commission for Justice and Social Responsibility, UK, September, 2009

The Crooked Timber of Humanity
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato’s Republic)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

War and Peace
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

What is Money?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Suicide Prevention Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Bread & Circus
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Junk Food vs. Home Cooking
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

To err is human, to forgive divine (Alexander Pope)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Pride goeth before a fall (Proverbs 16)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

Sunshine is the best disinfectant (Louis Brandeis)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2009

The medium is the message (Marshall McLuhan)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Support Groups: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Sleep Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Symbols of Authority
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Rx for FDA
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable. (Frank Lloyd Wright)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Beware of antipsychotics in the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Once upon a time...
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Politics & Religion
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2009

Beware of Big Pharma
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Differential Diagnosis of Affective Disorders
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Respect Ego Boundaries
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Writing & Quilting
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Human Nature & Ambivalence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Beware of Breaking Points
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Great Expectations (Charles Dickens)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Prescription for Pessimism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Land of Opportunity
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Alarm-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2009

Science vs. Technology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

Social Entrepreneurs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

What is Charity?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

What is Culture?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

Education: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

But thy eternal Summer shall not fade (Shakespeare Sonnet 18)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

Beauty is more than skin deep
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2010

The Tree of Life
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Constructive Conversations
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Ghostwriting & Plagiarism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Rx for Discrimination
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Addiction & Ambivalence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Rx for medical students
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

What Is Friendship?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

A plague on both your houses (Romeo and Juliet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2010

Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth
(Matthew 5:5)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

Beware of Violence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

Lobbyists: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

Rx for Poverty
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

The Odd Couple
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2010

Peace Poetry (Missives, not missiles)
Jerusalem Post, June, 2010

Rx for Jerusalem
Jerusalem Post, June, 2010

Homesick; In Praise of Fathers; A Child's Guide to Parents
Commission for Justice and Social Responsibility, UK, June, 2010

Peace Poetry
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2010

Mea Culpa
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2010

Rx for the War on Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2010

The Shadow of Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2010

Beware of Ideologies
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2010

Capitalism vs. Socialism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2010

In Praise of Multilingualism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2010

Ars Longa, Vita Brevis (Hippocrates)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2010

Independence: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2010

Medicine and Money Don't Mix
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2010

Stereotyping: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2010

And homeless near a thousand homes I stood (Wordsworth)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2010

What is trust?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2010

Genetics is a blind alley
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2010

What is truth?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2010

What are the professions?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2010

Camp Esperanza
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2010
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), October, 2010

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2010
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), October, 2010

What is fairness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2010

Junk Food vs. Home Cooking
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), November, 2010

To Dream the Impossible Dream (Man of La Mancha)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2010
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), November, 2010

What is work?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2010

The Spiritual Dimension
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2010

Peace Poetry
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), November, 2010

ABCs of Writing
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), November, 2010

Save the Children
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2010

Rx for Jerusalem
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), December, 2010

High Kudos for H2O
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), December, 2010

What is thinking?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2010

Health and Sickness
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), December, 2010

Toys: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2010

What is normal?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

What is reality?
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), January, 2011

Beware of Scare-care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

Beware of Foolishness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

It is a wise father that knows his own child (Merchant of Venice)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

It's dangerous to be right when the government is wrong. (Voltaire)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

What is pain?
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), January, 2011

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2011

In Praise of Pioneers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2011

Past, Present, and Future
Annals of Internal Medicine, February, 2011

Metaphors & Similes
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2011

What is common sense?
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), March, 2011
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2011

Peace Poetry
Poets Against War (Poètes contre la guerre), March, 2011

Why can't the English learn to speak? (My Fair Lady)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2011

Political Science: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2011

Give a hoot about ecology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2011

Human kind cannot bear very much reality (Four Quartets by TS Eliot)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2011

How to understand self-harm
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2011

Brother
Poets Against War (Poètes contre la guerre), April, 2011

Eugenics & Euthenics
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2011

But thy eternal summer shall not fade (Shakespeare Sonnet 18)
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), May, 2011

Readers & Writers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2011

Beware of Buzzwords
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2011

All the world's a stage (As You Like It)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2011

Saturday Poetry Series Presents: Hugh Mann
As It Ought To Be, May, 2011

Poets & Parents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2011

Rx for Hospitals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2011

Beware of Advertising
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2011

Science & Philosophy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2011

Psychiatric Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2011

Prescription for PTSD
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2011

What is mental illness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2011

Peace Poetry (Ad-verse-aries)
Cyprus Mail, July, 2011

What is compassion?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2011

Health & Metabolism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility (Philippians 2:3)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Art & Science
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Metaphors & Similes
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Life is not a cartoon
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2011

Peace Poetry
Journal for the Study of Antisemitism (JSA), Vol. 3-1, August, 2011

The lady doth protest too much, methinks. (Hamlet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2011

What is translational medicine?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2011

Parasitology 101
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2011

Brother, Peace Poetry, What is scripture?
100 Thousand Poets for Change Anthology, October, 2011

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2011

Homesick
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), December, 2011

My Medical Odyssey
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2011

Sherlockian Reasoning
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2011

My Doctor's Bag
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), December, 2011

Peace Poetry, Brother
War Poetry, December, 2011

Political Correctness: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2011

Beware of Gambling
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2012

Social Media: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2012

In Praise of British Literature
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2012

Kudos to Surgeons
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), February, 2012

My Doctor's Bag
Annals of Internal Medicine, February, 2012

Mother Earth
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2012

It is a wise father that knows his own child (Merchant of Venice)
Annals of Internal Medicine, February, 2012

Rx for Hospitals
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2012

What is health?
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2012

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), March, 2012

What is racism?
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2012

Parting is such sweet sorrow (Romeo and Juliet)
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2012

The lady doth protest too much (Hamlet)
Annals of Internal Medicine, March, 2012

Brother
Journal for the Study of Antisemitism (JSA), Vol. 3-2, April, 2011

Poets and Parents
Annals of Internal Medicine, April, 2012

Rx for toenail fungus
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2012

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
Annals of Internal Medicine, April, 2012

Winners and Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2012

Why is US healthcare so expensive?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2012

What are the symptoms of addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2012

Love of Life
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2012

Restless Legs Syndrome: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2012

Marriage and Family
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2012

Is chocolate addictive?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2012

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place (George Bernard Shaw)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2012

What is fanaticism?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2012

Beware of psychotropics in children and adolescents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2012

Beware of OPEC & the Hormuz Hustle
Poets Against War (Poètes contre la guerre), July, 2012

Peace Poetry
Lebanon World News (tayyar.org), July, 2012

Marriage & Family
Marriage and Family Life, Diocese of Brentwood, UK, July, 2012

Rx for the sick child
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2012

What is religion?
What is scripture?
What is politics?
What is PC?
What is racism?
Journal for the Study of Antisemitism (JSA), Vol. 4-1, August, 2012

The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions (Leonardo da Vinci)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2012

The more things change the more they stay the same (Karr)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2012

What are secrets?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2012

Psychiatric Disorders: Fact or Fiction
Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), October, 2012

Blood Money
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2012

Big Cities
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2012

Death and Beyond
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2012

Vaccines: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2012

Beware of Prizes
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2012

What is coping?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2012

You are what you eat
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2012

Winners & Losers
The Sociology Journal Online (Socjournal), December, 2012

Professions & Hazing
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2012

Cowboys & Indians: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2012

Secrets are sacred - safeguards of sentimental sensitivity.
Journal for the Study of Antisemitism (JSA), Volume 4-2, Dec. 2012

What is a balanced diet?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2013

Beware of Honey & Sugar
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2013

What is a healthy diet?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2013

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2013

Beware of cola
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2013

What is Peace?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2013

Big Brother: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2013

MD vs. PhD
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2013

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2013

The time is out of joint (Hamlet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2013

What is bullying?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2013

Physician, heal thyself and thy profession
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

Brain Research
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

What is genetic predisposition?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

The paradox of culture
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

Vaccine-Autism Hypothesis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

Rx for terminal care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2013

Expertise vs. Expertosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

Vaccines: Milestone or Millstone
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

What is terrorism?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

What is Peace?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

Marriage & Family
Respect Is Due
Beware of Prizes
The Sociology Journal Online (Socjournal), May, 2013

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

What is civilization?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2013

Rx for loneliness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2013

What is money?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2013

Paging Dr. Freud
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2013

Who is responsible for healthcare?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2013

Rx for deafness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2013

Mood Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

What is wisdom?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

What is hospitalitis?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

Intimacy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

Prescription for Prisons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

Shifting Gears
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

Beware of School
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

The Sunshine Act: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2013

Faith and Fate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

Morbidity and Mortality
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

ABCs of Writing
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

Writing and Wrestling
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

Rx for Somalia
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

Beware of Overdiagnosis and Polypharmacy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

EMA vs. FDA: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2013

Rx for Relationships
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

Caveat Court
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

What is pain?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

Supine is Sublime
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

Humanology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

What is justice?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2013

Rx for Corruption
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

What is Politics?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Health and Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Computers: Pro and Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Breaking up is hard to do
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Beware of Bickering
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

What is life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2013

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Psychiatric Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Parting is such sweet sorrow (Romeo and Juliet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

What is health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Constructive Conversations
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Health and Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Alarm-Gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

Science and Philosophy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2013

In Praise of Disabled People
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Haiku Hooked
The Sociology Journal Online (Socjournal), December, 2013

Kindness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Peace Poetry
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

What are the professions?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Peace and Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2013

Winners & Losers
Poets Against War (Poètes contre la guerre), December, 2013

What is peace?
Jerusalem Post, December 30, 2013

Beware of Scare-Care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

What is addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

Evidence Based Medicine: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

Rx for Poverty
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2014

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

The Art of Medicine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Beware of Advertising
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Is healthcare a religion?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Psychiatric Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

What is communication?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2014

Beware of Contact Sports
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Nasal Hygiene
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Facing Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Beware of polypharmacy in the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

What is mental illness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Junk Food vs. Home Cooking
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty (Andrew Jackson)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

But thy eternal summer shall not fade (Shakespeare Sonnet 18)

British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Politics and Religion

British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2014

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs

British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

A Child's Guide To Parents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

Rx for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

What is work?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

Beware of Violence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

Beware of Marijuana and Hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

What are the symptoms of addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

UK vs. USA
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2014

War as Metaphor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Capitalism vs Socialism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Prescription for Peace
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Symbols of Authority
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

What is politics?
Jerusalem Post, May, 2014

What is Confidentiality?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Weaning
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Rx for Technology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2014

Ars longa vita brevis (Hippocrates)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Beware of Cola
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

What is genetic predisposition?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

What is friendship?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Organic Food
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Rx for Violence
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Society and Superiority
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Beware of alcohol
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Mood Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Individual Health and Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Rx for Lonely Hearts
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

Beware of psychotropics in children and adolescents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2014

What is Austerity?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Beware of World Capitals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

A Taste of Honey
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Readers and Writers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Death and Beyond
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

What is Scripture?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

What is terrorism?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Parasitology and Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Beyond Genetics
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Rx for Feuds
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2014

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Rx for Courage
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Don't forget the disaffected
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Prescription for Prisons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Conservatives and Liberals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

What is normal?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Mea Culpa
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

In Praise of Multilingualism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2014

Suicide Prevention Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

What is medical school like?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

The time is out of joint. (Hamlet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Poets & Parents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Facts vs. Opinions
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

How to understand self-harm
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

What is reality?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2014

Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty (Andrew Jackson & Wendell Phillips)

The Sociology Journal Online (Socjournal), September, 2014

Alarm-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

The Tree of Life
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Expertise vs. Expertosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

In Praise of Meekness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility (Philippians 2:3)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Beware of Ebola-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Nasal Hygiene
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Winners & Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

What is reality?

The Sociology Journal Online (Socjournal), October, 2014

What is Alzheimer's?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2014

Peace Poetry
Jerusalem Post, October, 2014

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

A plague on both your houses (Romeo and Juliet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Beware of Foolishness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Beware of Marijuana & Hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Beware of polypharmacy in the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

What is addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2014

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Christmas Card for Ebenezer Scrooge
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

The more things change, the more they stay the same (Karr)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Parasitology and Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Independence: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Women versus Men
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Politics & Religion
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Life is not a cartoon
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Rx for Frontiers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

UK vs. USA
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Land of Milk and Honey
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2014

Beware of Gambling
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

Facing Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

Prescription for Problems
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

Beware of Contact Sports
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

But thy eternal Summer shall not fade (Shakespeare Sonnet 18)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

Beware of Alcohol
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

The lady doth protest too much (Hamlet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2015

Life is a locked-in syndrome
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2015

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2015

Health & Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2015

Marriage & Family
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2015

Obamacare: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

What is Common Sense?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Beware of Caffeine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2015

Symptoms of Addiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Beware of Marijuana & Hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

In Praise of Architecture
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Life Stages
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Beware of Settled Science
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Winners & Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

My Doctor's Bag
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

What is Normal?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Mood Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2015

I'm Nobody! Who Are You? (Emily Dickinson)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2015

Alarm-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2015

Education: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2015

Organic Food
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2015

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2015

Rx for Technology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

What is bullying?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

What are the professions?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

Kudos to Pathologists
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

Health & Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

Obamacare: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2015

Extroverts & Introverts
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Beware of Scare-care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

What is Pain?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

What is medical school like?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Readers & Writers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Rx for Hospitals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Individual Health & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Morbidity & Mortality
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Bedlam
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Beware of contact sports
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Beware of honey and sugar
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

What is life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2015

Beauty is more than skin deep
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

Beware of Spices
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

Beware of Polypharmacy in the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

What is addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

How to understand self-harm
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

Facing Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2015

Mea Culpa
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

In Praise of Meekness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

Parasitology & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2015

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

What is Pain?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Kindness
Center for Humans & Nature, October, 2015

Brother and What is racism?
Center for Humans & Nature, October, 2015

Science & Philosophy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Health & Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Hospital vs Hospice
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Suicide Prevention Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Organic Food
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2015

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

What is trust?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

What is normal?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

What is mental illness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

Beware of marijuana and hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2015

Titles are not entitlements
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

What is life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Beware of Cola
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Beware of psychotropics in children and adolescents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Becoming a doctor
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Metaphors & Similes
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Toxic Craving Cycle
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Beware of Caffeine
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Christmas Card to Ebenezer Scrooge
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

ABCs of writing
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Beware of School
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Kindness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2015

Organic Food
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Beware of Sugar and Honey
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Toxic Craving Cycle: Answer to Cancer
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Garbage Verbiage
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

UK vs. USA
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Psychiatric Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

The time is out of joint (Hamlet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2016

Mood Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Shifting Gears
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Beware of Settled Science
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Science & Philosophy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

What is Addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Vaccines: Milestone or Millstone
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Nasal Hygiene
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2016

Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it (Lao Tzu)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Beware of Marijuana & Hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

What is Reality?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Health & Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2016

In Praise of Pioneers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Rx for Young Doctors
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Beware of Breaking Points
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Individual Health & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

Rx for NHS
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2016

In Praise of Disabled People
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Diet & Culture
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Beware of Smokeless Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Respect Checklist
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

What are recreational drugs?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Beware of Honey & Sugar
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Alarm-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Beware of polypharmacy in the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2016

Beware of Scare-Care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Capitalism vs. Socialism
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Special care for the elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Parting is such sweet sorrow (Romeo & Juliet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Rx for Poverty
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Beware of Newspeak
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

What are spin doctors?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2016

Rx for NHS
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion it has taken place (GB Shaw)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

What is Life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2016

Toxic Craving Cycle: Answer to Cancer
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Brother
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

What is genetic predisposition?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Brother (Frère)
Palestine Solidarite, August, 2016

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

What are the professions?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2016

Beware of Alcohol
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Rx for Hospitals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Who is responsible for healthcare?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Autoimmune Disease
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Beware of Honey & Sugar
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

What is Terrorism?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

What is Terrorism?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Death & Beyond
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Bedlam
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Facing Death
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

Peace Poetry
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2016

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

What is Life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Mood Disorders: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty (Andrew Jackson)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Physician, heal thyself and thy profession
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Your Health Depends On You
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Beware of Marijuana & Hashish
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Rx for NHS
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

What is Common Sense?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Science & Philosophy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Rx for Infant Colic
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Rx for Technology
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Individual Health & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2016

Kindness
Obama-Mentum: An Anthology of Transformational Poetry, October, 2016

Bedlam
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Death & Beyond
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Kudos to Pathologists
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Marriage & Family
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Child's Guide To Parents
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Toxic Craving Cycle: Answer to Cancer
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War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

What is Pain?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

What is Addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Addiction Free
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), November, 2016

Intimacy
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Tree of Life
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Independence: Pro & Con
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Why are so many people homeless?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Beware of Entertainment
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Sherlockian Reasoning
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Beware of Advertising
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

What is Truth?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Caveat Celebrity
British Medical Journal (BMJ), December, 2016

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

Myself
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

The Tortoise And The Hare
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

Is tea good for you?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

Prescription for Prisons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

What is Bullying?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), January, 2017

Death & Beyond
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Facts vs. Opinions
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

What is Addiction?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion it has taken place (GB Shaw)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Beware of Settled Science
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Obamacare: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), February, 2017

Hospital versus Hospice
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Thank God for Chaplains
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Physician, heal thyself and thy profession
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

What is Bullying?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Health & Sickness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), March, 2017

Beware of Honey & Sugar
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Beware of Gambling
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Beware of Cola
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Prescription for Happiness
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Haiku Grandma & Grandpa
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), April, 2017

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2017

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2017

LOVE Diet (reply)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2017

But thy eternal summer shall not fade (Shakespeare Sonnet 18)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), May, 2017

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place (GB Shaw)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Past, Present, and Future
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Individual Health & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Beware of Addiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Rx for Young Doctors
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Beware of Tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Winners & Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), June, 2017

Kudos to Pathologists
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

What is normal?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Food is live medicine. Medicine is dead food.
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Health & Homeostasis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Rx for Infant Colic
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

UK vs. USA
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Physician, heal thyself and thy profession
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Diagnosis: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Winners & Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Diagnosis & Prognosis
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Consent makes the law (Consensus facit legem)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Beware of Contact Sports
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

Parasitology & Public Health
British Medical Journal (BMJ), July, 2017

In Praise of the Elderly
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

What is mental illness?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

Kudos to Surgeons
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

Alarm-gate
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

Beware of Scare-Care
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

Answer for Cancer
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

Parting is such sweet sorrow (Romeo & Juliet)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

What is Health?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), August, 2017

What is Life?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

Beware of Bickering
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

It is a wise father that knows his own child (Merchant of Venice)
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

Winners & Losers
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

Beware of tobacco
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

LOVE Diet
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

Beware of Opioids
British Medical Journal (BMJ), September, 2017

War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

Beware of Addiction to Prescription Drugs
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

Rx for Hospitals
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

What is Bullying?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

Toxic Craving Cycle: Answer to Cancer
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

Junk Food vs. Home Cooking
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

What is Common Sense?
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017

Addiction: Imaginary Gains & Real Losses
British Medical Journal (BMJ), October, 2017