Jackie Yaris is a physician practicing internal medicine in Beverly Hills,
Ca. She is also a wife and the mother of three young children.
Dr. Jackie Yaris
A deadly diagnosis can cut through the fog of petty concerns and yield a striking clarity.
Many of my patients seek something far more difficult for me to give than medical advice.
There were no sudden bolts of light, but I knew that right in front of me was a miracle.
She was terminally ill with no possibility for cure. Her husband insisted we do everything possible to keep her alive. I couldn't help wondering: Did we launch her into some painful, hellish limbo?
Soaring high into the deep blue California sky, a ribbon of humanity and caring was created.
Chanukah's tiny lights brazenly face the night's bitter challenge, transforming fear into a soft caress of hope.
Everything can change in an instant.
A letter jolted me out of my complacency, reminding me that real change is truly possible.
Look carefully at the quiet miracles happening all around you.
As an internist, I often see stress and anxiety masquerade as physical ailments. What is happening to our freedom?
It was one of those mornings - kids creating havoc and so many patients waiting to see me. And then the unexpected happened.
Learning to see life through the eyes of a poet.
As a doctor, wife and mother, I was blessed to have it all. But that leaves me on my toes, spinning as fast as I possibly can.
Mr. Meyer had less than a 1% chance walking out of the hospital. But that was only according to science.
The joy of skiing, etched into a family's DNA, spans four generations -- from war torn Austria to a Californian mountainside.
Some things I didn't learn in medical school.
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