Wilderness Heart Attacks: When There’s No Perfect Choice

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH Many years ago, my wife and I were in Arizona to attend a conference. We had several hours to kill until the first meeting that night, so I decided we’d make a quick trip to the Grand Canyon. Then, I calculated we had three hours to kill before we had to leave and decided we should hike the trail down the Canyon, at least for a bit. Well, I miscalculated the extra time and effort it would take to walk back up, so the hike became a speed walk. With about a mile to go, I heard my wife from behind me yell, “I think I’m having a heart attack.” […]

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Why Do Some People Snap?

by James Hubbard, MD, MPH   What are the traits of violence? The hints before someone snaps? Ah, if only we knew, we could prevent massacres like Newtown from occurring. Or could we? Back in [...]

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