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Emily Deans MD
Psychiatrist, most likely not yours.
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Emily Deans MD 29m
I find this whole debate curious...our medical school’s Christian club sent mission trips to Mexico every spring break, no one called them “social justice warriors” or wondered of what they were doing was beyond the realm of physicians in training.
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Emily Deans MD 34m
This looks like fun: the 5th annual Berkshire Fermentation Festival. For folks who love to ferment. It’s free. Next Saturday Sept. 22.
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Emily Deans MD 2h
The only worthwhile thing to do on a warm sunny day, per pup.
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Andrew Stolbach, MD, MPH 2h
My resident just said “Hashtag review of systems” in his patient presentation, in case you’re wondering about medical education in the era of social media.
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Emily Deans MD 4h
Replying to @epicciuto
Skeeter Webb for sure
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Emily Deans MD 4h
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
I’m impressed by how cleanly this article completely goes around the Diet Wars. It is a leaf in the wind.
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Emily Deans MD 4h
Replying to @mel_0008
Some people hold that view. It’s complex but in general most people agree highly processed foods (especially the now banned trans fats made from plants btw) and smoking are the worst culprits.
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Zachary Kelley Sep 13
hey siri, what’s one trillion to the tenth power?
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Richard Vaughn MD 🚲 4h
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @notdred
I was wondering why they couldn’t find a nominee who wasn’t caught with his pants down in public by like...70 people, but i guess this explains it.
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @psypharmacopeia
I’ve had patients who have gone to Canada to buy the topical NSAIDs otc.
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @me_blud @kevinnbass
The Wikipedia article I linked in the next tweet explains it...but in short an inflammatory process with macrophages along with platelets, low density lipoproteins, and calcium causes a build up between layers of artery walls over time.
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @mel_0008
The fat you eat does not, generally, float around in your blood like bacon grease dumped down the drain. Your artery walls don’t have “cracks.”
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @mel_0008
The Wikipedia article I linked in the next tweet explains it...but in short an inflammatory process with macrophages along with platelets, low density lipoproteins, and calcium causes a build up between layers of artery walls over time.
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Emily Deans MD 5h
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
Also love the idea behind this ad. “Honey, be sure you buy that sort of motor oil so I have enough money for cooking lessons” is not a conversation anyone has ever had.
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Emily Deans MD 6h
Jeffrey Flier says it better than I could anyway:
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Emily Deans MD 6h
I've been teaching at Harvard Medical for...15 years now? The students only get better with their pathophysiology and they have a complex grasp of how biology, psychology, and social environment influence patient health. The ex-dean of Penn sounds like a dinosaur.
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Emily Deans MD 6h
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
The actual physiology is explained (in a neutral way, as the exact causes are unknown) fairly well in this wikipedia article, FWIW.
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Emily Deans MD 6h
Wow look at this presentation. Imagine bringing this to a neighborhood cookout.
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