It's a cognitive strategy that refines thinking and potentially identifies cognitive traps.
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Quick catch up, solid reading recs, and my appreciation to you!
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It's rare, but sometimes our treatments don't work. Usually it's a sign that we're not treating the right problem.
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It's rare, but sometimes our treatments don't work. Usually it's a sign that we're not treating the right problem.
Before I get to the main topic today, just a brief work of celebration to share with you. That’s right: good news! My friend and colleague Dr. Megan…
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January 2023

A tweet about this got >1 million views. Here's the answer.
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Older people did well on the primary series. But something in the data concerns me.
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Hi all, Just a quick dispatch from me on this Sunday. I’m preparing several major new pieces of research that I need to finalize and get published…
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Quick catch up, solid reading recs, and my appreciation to you!
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Timing Boosters: Part II. Rapidly boosting at-risk people during surges would save lives and be more cost effective than annual "boosters-for-all…
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No. But alternative plans will take creativity and effort, and apparently, we're too tired. Nevertheless, lives are on the line. Timing Boosters: Part…
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When doctors rapidly transition care from one doctor to the next, our jargon probably sounds like gibberish. It's not. It's an amazing language.
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