In 1974, Mr. Levy was admitted to the hospital for the investigation of shortness of breath. He was a frail, elderly man with very pale skin and very little hair. He was one of thousands of little, old men admitted that year to the hospital for problems likely to be an inevitable Continue reading “Column: School Daze”
George Washington died at the age of 67, just two years after he left the presidency. Like many of his contemporaries, he died from an infection. Accounts of his complaints and clinical course indicate that he had a disease of his airway that interfered with his breathing. Twentieth Continue reading “Column: The Futility of Bloodletting”
The Covid numbers continue to bounce around in Easton. The increase in hospitalized patients seems to be close to leveling off but I hesitate to make predictions. What comes next is just too hard to know.
This week our hearts go out to Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”