Author: Kenneth Ho

Doctors Make Major Diet Changes

When not discussing hospital business, their emails, texts and face-to-faces can at times pivot to such abstruse topics as hemp protein and nutritional yeast. Omega 3’s and omega 6’s. Dr. Michael Greger and Mike the Vegan. […]

Telehealth Emerges from the Pandemic

The pandemic, as lethal as it was in the Bronx, gave telehealth much neededlife. Prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, the advent of telehealth was slowed by regulatory burdens. By providers schooled on the importance of touch. […]

The Ethical Challenges of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic presented oursociety with a crisis not seen for generations. One part of the COVID crisis has deep roots in medical ethics. The challenges have ranged from as simple as wearing a mask in public, to
as complex as usage of lifesaving treatments such as ventilators or dialysis. The decisions and judgments made by national leaders, hospitals and at times individual health care providers often invoked

The Importance of Resident Wellbeing

The documentary “Do No Harm,” explores the national suicide crisis among physicians, who kill themselves at a rate twice the national average. Many of these physicians are young (under 40), a significant percentage of whom are […]

Covid-19 and The ‘Year of The Nurse’

As some of you may know, the World Health Organization named 2020 the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife,” as it is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale. What a year to set aside for nurses! When picturing the year of the nurse, we imagined a celebration – not a pandemic – and certainly would have hoped for a more propitious year.

Retirement Success Is Based On Investment Return And Withdrawal Rate

To be as concise as possible, there are two components which contribute largely to the success of one’s retirement plans: investment return and how much money you need to withdraw from your portfolio, known as your withdrawal rate. This is not to say that there are not other key variables.. But those two are a good place to start when evaluating your retirement prospects.

Covid-19 from an ER Nurse’s Perspective

COVID-19 hit us like a tornado. The hospital system was completely overwhelmed. During this time, I witnessed an unprecedented loss of life. Now I am picking up the pieces, much like a survivor of a massive storm would, returning home to survey the damage.

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Taking Wellness Personally

SBH physicians feel strongly about their patients staying healthy because good health plays such a big part in their own lives. Here is a look at how several stay in shape regardless of their long work […]

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Women In Medicine

By Steven Clark It was 1980, a very different time for women in medicine, when Dr. Judith Berger, a freshly minted medical school graduate waddled into a Brooklyn hospital to begin her internship. She was seven […]

Interventional Radiology Changes the Face of Medicine

Interventional radiology, the medical specialty that provides minimally invasive image-guided diagnosis and disease treatment, has been called “the surgery of the new millennium.” By using such technologies as digital subtraction flouroscopy, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance […]