Soundings

George Dunea

Nonsenserine, 27 July 1991
Perfume, 3 August 1991
Lawyers and doctors, 28 September 1991
Flying down under, 5 October  1991
Burning down their houses, 2 November 1991
At night, 30 November 1991
Fallibility, 4 January 1992
Closing the hospitals, 25 January 1992
Left hands, 29 February 1992
Relative values arrive, 14 March 1992
Surrogates: speaking for patients helps doctors, 18 April 1992
Drug ethics, 2 May 1992
Breast implants: silicone cash cow, 30 May 1992
History of food: thinking of Lucy, 13 June 1992
Clouds in intensive care, 4 July 1992
Reforming health care: calling for Mr. Yeltsin, 1 August 1992
Tracking medical devices, 22 August 1992
Thinking the unthinkable: rationing and assisted suicide, 19 September 1992
From millimoles to Maastricht, 10 October 1992
Doctors from abroad, 21 November 1992
Informed consumers, 2 January 1993
Impasse, 23 January 1993
The homeless, 20 February 1993
Killers in the basement, 20 March 1993
Virus kills primary care donkey, 10 April 1993
From the free weekly observer, 1 May 1993
In whom to trust, 29 May 1993
Realigning the spine, 3 July 1993
Strange diseases, 31 July 1993
Advice from Polonius, 21 August 1993
Floods, 2 October 1993
Bus drivers’ rights, 15 January 1994
Many physicians have slain a king, 29 January 1994
The judge makes hospital rounds, March 5 1994
Caring for Mrs. Brown, 2 April 1994
Requiem for the humanities, 30 April 1994
Tobacco wars, 28 May 1994
Lethal injection, 11 June 1994
Looking for breakthroughs, 2 July 1994
Attending physician abuse, 6 August 1994
Chronobiology, 3 September 1994
In praise of disagreeable news, 17 September 1994
Vaccines for children, 15 October 1994
Down and out in Italy, 5 November 1994
Baby Richard, Winter 1994
Pretending physicians and other new breeds, 7 January 1995
To heal on wheels, 4 February 1995
He no look good, 4 March 1995
Dangers of Afghan food, 8 April 1995
The way we eat now, 22 April 1995
Telling the patient, 3 June 1995
Malpractice reform, 22 July 1995
Emergency room medicine: 1, 26 August 1995
Emergency room medicine: 2, 30 September 1995
Long hot summer, 21 October 1995
Little yellow cold pills, 2 December 1995
Like the plagues of Egypt, 6 January 1996
Buy low, sell high, 10 February 1996
Over spilt coffee, 2 March 1996
Venice from the air, 23 March 1996
Vertical integration, 20 April  1996
The cruelest month, 18 May 1996
Green couch, 8 June 1996
Princely visit, 13 July 1996
Jane Austen’s doctors and patients, 24 August 1996
Legislative flurry, 28 September 1996
Salt and other enemies, 7 December 1996
Mangia meno (eat less), 18 January 1997
Alternative options, 22 February 1997
Breakthroughs and wars, 29 March 1997
Night of the gatekeeper, 3 May 1997
Noise at Rhinoceros General, 7 June 1997
Lesson of the year, 12 July 1997
Diagnosing trees and men, 16 August 1997
Better ads for healthier people, 20 September 1997
Feast or famine, 8 November 1997
Downsizing at Rhinoceros General, 29 November 1997
Looking back on 1997, 17 January 1998
Perils of primary care, 21 February 1998
Mistakes, 28 March 1998
Death by injection, 2 May 1998
Say no to Viagra, 6 June 1998
Catastrophic cat care, 11 July 1998
It’s the quality that counts, 15 August 1998
Evaluation and management guidelines, 19 September 1998
One’s own petard, 24 October 1998
The people vote; the doctor calls, 21 November 1998
Vampires, 9 January 1999
Snow in Chicago, 13 February 1999
Erratum, 20 March 1999
Premedical science, 24 April 1999
Basic science, 29 May 1999
Beastly handwriting, 3 July 1999
Fancy drugs for worried folks, 21 August 1999
Pinot noir powders, 25 September 1999
BIBA but LGFTD, 27 November 1999
Looking for the man who fell off the roof, 29 January 2000
Crisis in the air, 18 March 2000
A medical error, 6 May 2000
Cunegonde’s ears, or multiple medical errors, 24 June 2000
If I ruled the world, 30 November 2002
Summer news, 12 August 2000
What not to do, 30 September 2000
Magnificus in distress, 18 November 2000
Au zinc, 13 January 2001
Feeding frenzy, 24 February 2001
Some diseases must declare themselves, 7 April 2001
The cow war, 12 May 2001
Executing Timothy McVeigh, 23 June 2001
Alphabet soups, 18 August 2001
Good news, and some bad, 22 September 2001
Escape to Eden, 3 November 2001
Clients on diets, 15 December 2001
Teaching hospital teams, 9 February 2002
Imaginary conversations, 4 May 2002
Holes in the heart, 4 May 2002
Surfing the web, 15 June 2002
A gross story, 27 July 2002
Too many to count, 7 September 2002
Spraying lawns and eating grass, 19 October 2002
If I ruled the world, 30 November 2002
Geese of a different feather, 25 January 2003
Speech that irritates, 1 March 2003
Educating the consumer, 19 April 2003
Young doctors, old lawyers, 7 June 2003
Medical thaumaturgy, 16 August 2003
Weapons of mass destruction kill dinosaurs, 13 September 2003
Diagnosing house officer fatigue, 1 November 2003
A gift for Thanksgiving, 13 December 2003
In committee, 14 February 2004
On covering one’s mouth (when yawning), 17 April 2004
Discontents, 15 May 2004
Three puzzling cases, 10 July 2004
Privacy concerns, 28 August 2004
The gas we pass, 16 October 2004
In captivity—at Lewes, 4 December 2004
Of cats, mice, and cocaine, 5 February 2005
Heart fever, 26 March 2005
Compassionate care, 21 March 2005
Uncompassionate care, 23 July 2005
Looking sideways, 20 August 2005
Beans, 22 October 2005
On reading Proust, 7 January 2006
Glimpses of the past, 29 April 2006
Unauthorized practices, 17 June 2006
Marriage à la mode, 19 August 2006
Pills with a doughnut hole, 9 December 2006