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July-2015

I am experiencing intolerable hot flashes and night sweats since menopause, but am worried about the risks I’ve heard associated with hormones.  Are they safe for me?  Many of my patients entering ... more

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Magnificent in Midtown. more

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Velocity, 2009; bronze, oil-based enamel paints and steel, 123½ x 70 x 77 inches; courtesy of the artist. Photo: Haley Morris-Cafiero​ When one thinks of “ceramics,” certain words come to mind... more

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Bruno’s By-Ryt and the lion sculptures at First Tennessee. more

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I couldn’t think of anything that looked more fun than ophthalmology.” So says Dr. James Freeman, for two decades now a second-generation ophthalmologist. Growing up around eye care — his father pract... more

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Next year “Memphis” magazine will celebrate our 40th birthday. more

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The more things change, the more they stay the same? Maybe. more

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Emphasis on the “arms race” means other services suffer. more

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After graduating from Loma Linda University in California, this former New Yorker landed in Memphis, at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, where she pursued a fellowship in her area of... more

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The specialties of Dr. Raymond Osarogiagbon lie in oncology and hematology. Yet if he’d followed his initial interest as a boy growing up in West Africa, those specialties might today be listed as con... more

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In late April of this year, the dilemma facing “Insure Tennessee,” Governor Bill Haslam’s signature piece of healthcare legislation, was dramatized when the Governor, along with Republican leaders... more

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Both a history of the Pinch and a novel about the Pinch. more

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Memphian John Turner remembers the Lee family. more

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Except for the time spent in medical school at the University of Alabama, Memphis has been home to Dr. Gregory Hanissian. The Rhodes College graduate is the first to admit that the Bluff City is proba... more

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When she was in the seventh grade in Oklahoma, Tina Burns took a biology class that changed her life. “For the first time, I saw how the body worked, and it was fascinating,” she says. “I knew right t... more

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Clickbait: those nagging online ads at the bottom of otherwise respectable websites. We try to avoid them. We try to not click on “One Crazy Secret For Reducing Belly Fat” or “A Lion and an Elephant M... more

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PHOTO COURTESY OF “THE ARTWORK OF MEMPHIS,” THE GRAVURE ILLUSTRATION COMPANY (CHICAGO, 1926)

A 1926 view of South Belvedere shows little has changed over the years. It’s still one of the nicest streets in town. more

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<em>Temple of the Dog</em>, performed by Voices of the South, opens this weekend at TheatreSouth inside First Congregational Church in the Cooper-Young District.

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Happy Thursday! A little faith and science will get you through these dog days of summer at Church of the River and Memphis Pink Palace. Get in the Spirit at Memphis Hilton, buy some books at the library, and enjoy the theatre. Weekend plans start here. more

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Book Signing on Friday for “Now a Major Motion Picture.” more

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Friends for Life hosts second annual Art Dash. more

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