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Retirement Anxieties for Doctors

Upon reaching career twilight, doctors are faced with tough questions: Would they retire and live a scaled down life? Or would they continue to serve in the profession they have so loved until death do them part? Related terms:related studies of retirement anxietiesbernard virshup mdthesis of retirement anxietiesmedicine retirement sense of worth anxietydoctor retirementhow to […]

Securing Your Retirement Years

The thought of retirement excites. No more rounds, no more clinics, no more erratic working hours, and no more emergency calls. Now you have all the time to go to places you might have missed during your working years. Trekking on some exotic places, dancing all night long with the spouse, and waking up late […]

Entering the Twilight Zone

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity of meeting a long lost friend. He is already in his mid-40s.”I am now married,” he told me. “I have two children and one is going to graduate next year. I feel very old now.” On the contrary, my father is in his late 60s now. But he never […]

Getting Younger

Getting younger—that phrase has reaped me so many smiles over the last few years. Somehow, it makes reality seem easier to accept. Nobody wants to grow old because accepting it may open the flood gates of aches and pains that come with age. Related terms:diabetes training Far Easthern Universitydr william chua contributionsMarcelo D Cruz Jrnot […]

Elderly Docs & Clinical Practice

In life, they say that with age comes wisdom. And just like with wine, it gets better with age. For love, however, they say that age doesn’t matter. Do the same principles apply with doctors and medical practice? Related terms:average age medical student in the philippinesaverage age of retirement of doctors in the philippinesmy clinical […]

When the Time to Retire is Not Yet Right?

A resounding NO! comes from Dr. Milagros de Lara when asked if she’s already on the road to retirement. Dr. de Lara—an adult cardiologist, hospital administrator and president of the Board of Trustees of the Mt. Carmel Medical Center in Bocaue, Bulacan—says that while some of her medicine school classmates are already on their way […]

Agile and Able at 71

Life they say is too short to take for granted. And because life seems too short for some, a person is deemed fortunate, wise even, if he or she reaches the age of 60 and above. At this point, one can do just about any leisurely activity a retiree desires: travel a lot, enjoyhis or […]

Billiards and Diabetes

If diabetes is billiards, Rudy Lipata, 54, would win the game over and over again. Rudy, a billiards aficionado has had type 2 diabetes for 14 years now. Billiards for him has been a form of exercise that he says helps him control his diabetes. As in billiards, where players use their skill in “placing” […]