Sky of blue, sea of green: lettuce, that is. The spouse’s garden has been pushing the stuff out of the ground faster than Bugs Bunny can say, “What’s up, Doc?” Not that I’m complaining; home-grown veggies of any kind are wonderful, and they’re the best when they’re husband-grown. That still leaves the challenge of using […]
I’m not one to clutter up the kitchen with lots of gizmos and gadgets (well, other than our invaluable Cuisinart, garlic/ginger press, rice cooker – my spouse’s pick – and our must-have electric mixer), but I’ve been enjoying my latest equipment purchase, a Veggetti. This hand-held device lets you transform vegetables into spaghetti, which is […]
Kyle T. Pearson, D.P.M.’11, M.H.A., recently graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center foot and ankle surgical residency program. He plans to join Rezin Orthopedics in Morris, IL, as a foot and ankle surgeon.
Leonard A. Mermel presented a keynote address at the 24th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases in Barcelona, Spain, May 10-13, 2014. It was titled “On the Cutting Edge of Infection Control Research: What To Do When the Evidence is Missing.” He is also the 2014 recipient of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology […]