"During a series of presentations of scientific papers 40.6% of 276 subjects reported dreaming, but only 18.1% actually fell asleep"
Dreaming during scientific papers: effects of added extrinsic material
Harvey RF, Schullinger MB, Stassinopoulos A, Winkle E.
Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 1983;287:1916-9.
"While patients might acknowledge that physicians do not have a lot of time at their disposal, they expect their own individual cases to receive the attention they deserve"
Time flies: patients' perceptions of consultation length and actual duration.
Lussier MT, Richard C.
Can Fam Physician 2007;53:46-7.
"The symptoms and signs of decompression sickness were first described in 1843 in caisson workers returning to atmospheric pressure"
Medical aspects of scuba diving
"...a majority of patients (64%) thought that the way their doctor dressed was very important..."
Putting on the style: what patients think of the way their doctor dresses
McKinstry B, Wang JX.
Br J Gen Pract 1991;41:275-8.
"...the premeal rise in ghrelin is considered a signal to the central nervous system of depleted energy stores"
Learning hunger: conditioned anticipatory ghrelin responses in energy homeostasis
"We are a tough nut to crack, but when we finally do crack, it's pretty messy"
How to defuse an exploding physician
Fam Pract Manag 2006;13:86.
"The time is right to become a physician-scientist"
The making of a physician-scientist--the process has a pattern: lessons from the lives of Nobel laureates in medicine and physiology
Eur Heart J 2007;28:510-4.