New York Health Welcomes Internal Medicine Physician Robin DaCosta, MD

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Excited to be a part of NY Health, Dr. DaCosta believes that “Medicine is challenging but finding new ways to restore health in our community is so rewarding.”

Excited to be a part of NY Health, Dr. DaCosta believes that “Medicine is challenging but finding new ways to restore health in our community is so rewarding.”

Ronkonkoma, NY, October 08, 2020 –( PR.com )– New York Health is proud to announce the addition of board-certified Robin DaCosta, MD to its team of internal medicine physicians. Dr. DaCosta will be practicing at 217 Portion Road, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779.

Since 2004, she has worked as an Internal Medicine physician on Long Island where she has enjoyed being able to treat the same patients and their families for nearly two decades.

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CDC’s credibility is eroded by internal blunders and external attacks as coronavirus vaccine campaigns loom

The CDC had been preparing for decades for this moment — the arrival of a virus rampaging across the planet, inflicting widespread death and suffering.

But 2020 has been a disaster for the CDC.

The agency’s response to the worst public health crisis in a century — the coronavirus pandemic — has been marked by technical blunders and botched messaging. The agency has endured false accusations and interference by Trump administration political appointees. Worst of all, the CDC has experienced a loss of institutional credibility at a time when the nation desperately needs to know whom to trust.

This harsh assessment does not come from political or ideological enemies of the CDC. It comes from the agency’s friends and supporters — and even from some of the professionals within the agency’s Atlanta headquarters.

“Since late February, the CDC has lost massive amounts of credibility,” said Jody Lanard, a physician who

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5 High Yield Pearls for Success on the ABIM Internal Medicine Boards

It’s crunch time for the ABIM Internal Medicine Boards, and “High Yield” is key. You don’t want to waste your time, and you want to be as efficient as possible. Well, I recently gave a lecture entitled, “Dr. Rezaie’s 5 Pearls to Passing the Boards.” This is a general post, and can be used for any standardized test in your last few weeks of preparation.

Pearl #1: Always read the question first, look over the answers, then go back and read the question stem

  • You waste your time reading the passage and looking at the labs first
  • What do you focus on?
  • How many times do you go back and forth between passage and answers?
  • This process wastes precious time
  • Instead read the question and answers first and then go back and read the passage.
  • Some questions can even be answered without reading the passage

Pearl #2: Know the Read More