Archive for November, 2010

A surprisingly quick medical-y read.  I have had this on my bookshelf for awhile (thanks to my brother) but recently was given an article written by Gawande on my Geriatrics rotation that was really good so I figured I’d pick this one up.  Maybe I should’ve been reading other articles for my Geriatrics rotation instead […]


Ever traveling but always waiting, this book was finally read to completion on my vacation.  The length of time it took to complete should not reflect the quality of its content.  I found this book, the third in a streak of best-sellers, insightful and compelling. Gladwell explores “the story of success” (also the tagline of […]


Last week I ran my second half-marathon. This one went better than the first, but I’d still like to be able to run faster. I saw a training plan based on these principles and decided to read the book. The premise behind the book is that by running less miles at a higher intensity and […]


I know what you’re thinking. It’s something like, “Here goes Steph with another one of her adoption books.” And yes, you are right. I’m not sure where to start with this one, other than to say I would really, really like for you to read it. Yes, you. Dr. Moore lives in Louisville and he […]



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