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Monthly Archives: July 2007

Chief Justice Roberts’ Seizure is no call for alarm


The brouhaha over the recent reporting, and speculation of Chief Justice Roberts is uncalled for. When a 52 year old man has a seizure, it is cause for concern. Tops on the list for evil factors would be a primary brain tumor or metastatic disease. It could even be from an old ¬†subdural hemorrhage or […]

Brochure Mentality Doesn’t Improve with Time, Like Fine Wine


My oldest son, Michael, is home after his first year at college and had a college friend visit for the weekend. “S” had found summer employment at what sounds like a fairly expensive restaurant in his hometown. My wife was having a glass of wine with the steak dinner we prepared and “S” asked could […]

“Ask Your Doctor If You’re Healthy Enough For Sexual Activity????” A Podcast RANT!!!


Click on the title above to hear a five minute humorous, PG-13 rated, rant from Dr. Dunaway on this particular direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical marketing message.¬† this will bring you to the podcast’s play button. Click to listen and ENJOY!

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How Do You Make Something From NOTHING???


Over the weekend, my wife and I spent some time with our friends John and Sylvia visiting from Connecticut. Sylvia is an English professor at Fairfield University in Connecticut and John is a mechanical engineer who has embarked on a remarkable project here in Camden. John has been investing, and re-inventing real estate, both in […]

Welcome to Dr. Dunaway’s first Podcast!


This is web 2.o… text, audio, (and stay tuned… for video!), that’s interactive. Enjoy a podcast you can listen to right from your computer by clicking on the title in blue above, then, after clicking on the title, click the little play button pointing to the right that will show up… enjoy, Tray.

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My Patients ARE Customers Too


I read with great interest a recent editorial by Dr. Scott Haig, an Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons who also is in private practice in the New York City area. The piece appeared in Time online and you can read it here.
I saw a reflection of […]

Possible Miraculous Blog Results


I was told by countless people, “you’ve got to have a blog!” with such enthusiasm it sounded a bit like snake oil.
Well, they were right. I’m now a convert.
“Oh, it’ll take too much of my time!”
That’s what I thought too. Turns out it does take time, but not “too much.”
What’s “too much” anyway?
It’s not so […]

Those Who Finish First, Launches “New and Improved” Faster


I’m working on a new project. But the nature of doing new things, changing myself and my business, is fraught with frustrations. Technical glitches, learning new applications, discovering differences between what you thought you had to do and what you actually needed to do are all part of the process of launching new products or […]

Michael Moore’s Sicko and the Bottom LINE


I’ve enjoyed hearing the healthy debate over Michael Moore’s newest movie, Sicko, and the discussions it has spawned. Fact is, not many of us have experienced healthcare in another country and when we do, it’s the healthcare an American experiences, not necessarily what a citizen of that country experiences. I don’t believe all Cubans experience […]

Buried Treasure Anyone Can Find by Looking in the Right Place


My brother, a public defender in Charleston, SC, sent me a clipping he saw entitled “Viking Treasure Found.” He knew it would appeal to me because I always had a second career choice as an undergraduate, (just in case I didn’t get in to medical school!), and that’s archeology. Actually, I took a course in […]