Is there room for improvement? You bet there is.
Giving thanks sounds like a great idea. The enterprise seems easy enough. However, the days come and the days go with me not exercising the giving of thanks nearly enough. So, here goes…
I don’t like to read. I never did, and, still today, I’m more of a “wait until the movie comes out” kind of guy. I’m very fortunate in that our kids take after their mother in this regard (among others).
Earlier this summer summer, I came across a patient care scenario that I had to learn on the fly.
It was a special Optometry’s Meeting for me this year.
I have a child with a hypersensitivity to cats. He is 10 years old, and our family cat, Athena, is going on 17 (in human years).
Not long ago, I had the opportunity to spend quality family fun time in the Netherlands.One particular aspect of the country which jumped out to me as quite progressive was the graphic photos on cigarette boxes which are mandated by the g
I’ve been called many things in my life, some worse than others. In my office, I’m colloquially known as Dr. Ben (Dr. Casella being my father). Patients know me by numerous names: Dr. Ben, Dr. Benjamin, or my favorite, “Mr.
Earlier this year, I was chatting with colleagues at a committee meeting when the topic of continuing education (CE) came up.
For many states, including my own state of Georgia, it is that magical time of year: the legislative session.