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Why it’s important for physicians to have hobbies

During medical school, professors advised us to “have hobbies” and to “do stuff outside of medicine”: “It’ll give you have something to talk about with patients.” “It’ll help you maintain balance as you go through your training.” “It’s important for self-care.” Medical students, as a population, tend to be compulsive and there’s always more to […]
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