Trying to lose weight is no joke, and it's stressful for both doctors and patients alike. These memes convey that struggle in a relatable way. And just a friendly reminder that you don't need to lose weight if you don't want to because you're beautiful just the way you are!
We love our collections of overheards here. Overheards are a great expression of all the crazy kinds of seemingly nonsensical things that we can overhear while out walking around this wild world. Sometimes, you can hear something and instantaneously recognize that no amount of context is going to provide clarity to that conversation. Peoples say some weird stuff. In this case, we have a quick and hilarious collection of things a wife's medical student husband was caught saying.
Many of us suffer from some kind of self encouraged amnesia, involving our well being and various medications/supplements/etc that we use to maintain that well being. For whatever reason, the process of time crawling along invites in us a terribly self-destructive forgetfulness. In this particular, quick Tumblr thread we see a couple solid points made about the importance of Head and Shoulders shampoo/conditioner for the dry and itchy scalp, as well as the life saving role played by medications for anyone who has had a liver transplant.
Oh man, this guy literally brought the walls in around his previous employer, until he'd basically starved him of hiring opportunities. This revenge seems cold and calculated, and like it wasn't rushed. Patience can absolutely pay off in the long run.
For the first time in history, a surgeon performed heart surgery without actually being in the room. Or building. Or town. The surgeon was 20 miles away from their patient, and the surgery was done with the assistance of a robot. Yes, we are officially living in the future.
As it turns out, you need a substantial amount of schooling to become a medical doctor. 18-year-old Florida teen Malachi Love-Robinson has been arrested for trying to skirt around that fact by simply impersonating one. According to the Charlotte Observer, this case is connected to a mysterious teen wandering the halls of a West Palm Beach hospital dressed as a doctor one year ago.
This time it seems that he opened his own clinic. He went under the name Dr. Malachi A. Love-Robinson PhD, HHP-C, AMP-C according to his profile on the website for his clinic the New Birth New Life Medical Center and Urgent Care LLC.
For those of you unfamiliar with medical certifications, HHP-C and AMP-C mean... nothing. But they do help him sound important!
The website for the clinic he allegedly started is still active. It even has a picture of the doctors who work there that are definitely real people and not at all people dressed as doctors in a stock photo.