Did you know there’s a day set aside for doctors?
In 1990, President Bush signed into law that 30 March 1991 would be “National Doctors Day.” A version of this holiday has been going on since the ‘30s, with a red carnation being the gift of choice for your favorite doctor.
We want to say thank you to all doctors for their selfless service. You spend your lives working to improve the quality of life for the rest of us, and we’re grateful.
This is a challenging but exciting time to be a physician. The world of medicine is exploding with technology that is making our Star Trek dreams come true.
Virtual reality allows medical students to practice medicine on virtual patients. Imagine the scope of work they can accomplish, as they get hands-on experience with every ailment, injury, and disease. All without risk of harm.
Wearables are galloping onto the market. Reliefband® (doctor-recommended) treats the nausea, retching, and vomiting associated with morning and motion sickness. Other wearables count your steps and your heartbeats, track your temperature, and even measure your insulin resistance.
3D bioprinting is cranking out blood vessels, skin, and one day in the not too distant future, hearts.
We’re proud to be a part of the scientific and medical community.
To the doctors who serve in universities, research labs, combat hospitals, clinics, and places of healing both rural and urban: We hope you had a wonderful Doctors Day!