Match Day Takes on New Meaning During COVID-19 Pandemic

  Adam Swersky had a Match Day experience that typifies America during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. When he discovered March 20 that he would be performing his integrated residency at Northwestern University’s McGaw Medical Center, he was in the 10th day of self-quarantine.   “I had been feeling mild flu-like symptoms beginning early the previous…
By Yasha Gupta, MD   As residents in radiology, we have learned quickly the imaging findings of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Just as quickly, we have realized that imaging is central to diagnosis and monitoring disease progression, especially because of the lack of available testing and supplies.   This pandemic has drastically changed the lives…
Cell phones have become a necessity in our lives. It’s estimated that there are 3.5 billion smart phones in use across the world, which is roughly one for every two people on the planet. And we use our phones a lot. A 2016 study found that we touch our phones more than 2,600 times a…
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