Doctor-Drinking-AlcoholMedical school is to doctors what boot camp is to soldiers. For the most part, the humanity and the nurturing aspect of care is drilled out of medical students, replaced with codes and systematic ways of moving patients down an assembly line. There’s less time spent relating to patients, less time spent understanding their body signal’s, signs, and messages. It’s all replaced with procedure and paper work and a prescription model that thrives on haughty competition. Healing is overtaken by disease-management drugs that are almost always guaranteed to bring side effects, exacerbating health problems down the road. Students may go into the profession with a heart wide open for humanity, but it’s soon stapled shut and taught to comply with insurance company demands, threat of litigation and new Obamacare mandates, now fused into the profession. More