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Questioning medical traditions for the sake of patient care

The United States consumes forty-six million turkeys every Thanksgiving. Have you ever wondered why? When traditions take hold in society, we start to forget why they existed in the first place. For example, the tradition of eating turkey on Thanksgiving started with a writer named Sarah Josepha Hale, who published scenic depictions of American life Read more… Questioning medical traditions for the sake of patient care originally appeared in KevinMD.com.

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