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Joshua Liao, M.D.

Joshua is a resident physician at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. He writes about patient care and preventive health.


Lessons I Learned After Year One

A Boston doctor reflects on his first year.


Baby Boomers: Get Tested for Hepatitis C

The virus can remain dormant for years.


Make These Doctor Appointments Before Ages 30, 40, and 50.

Deciding when to screen for certain conditions shouldn’t be overwhelming.


A Boston Doctor Works the Flu Emergency

What’s it like for a doctor when the whole city has the flu.


A Day in the Life of a Boston Doctor

What is it like being a first year doctor in Boston? An internist tells his story.


How Do Doctors Really Feel About Obamacare?

At one Boston hospital, it was high-fives in the hallways.