Say aaah

This NYT essay on ‘do doctors dress too skimpy for their own good?’ is like a fill-in-the-blanks blog post just waiting for somebody to come along. I mean, there’s a little data there about patient preference for professional-looking physicians, but on the whole, the whole essay seems mostly like an excuse for the Times to post a few Hello, Dr. Cleavage photos. (There is a passing mention of some male doctors going unshaven when they have no excuse, but that’s about it.)

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