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November 2002 Table of Contents

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Bio Feedback

Biotechnology is the wave of the future,
and Delaware is riding the crest with its Delaware Technology Park and
Delaware Biotechnology Institute. 

by Michael Sigman

Young, In Love and Abused

Teenage dating violence may be more
common than you think: One in five teenage
girls has been sexually or physically
assaulted by a dating partner. 
by Theresa Gawlas Medoff

Fox Tales

It’s not “fox hunting” anymore. Now it’s “fox chasing,” but the  thrill of the sport still lures
Sussex Countians.  by Kim Hoey

top family doctors

Making a Difference

These primary-care doctors have chosen philanthropic paths that have helped others
in need.  by Shaun Gallagher

Building Rapport 

A trusting doctor-patient relationship can
dispel fears — and it may make you a better patient.  by Shaun Gallagher

What’s Up Docs?

The Doctor Will See You —
Now
Evening hours and “open access”
systems let patients see a doctor the
moment they feel ill.

Chronic Caregivers

Family doctors increasingly have become treaters and monitors of chronic disease.

Finding a Doctor

How to choose a doctor who’s right for you.

All in the Family

The Beebe Family: three generations of physicians.

Primary Care Primer

Internists? Med/Peds? We explain the
different types of primary-care physicians.

Doubled Doctors

A Christiana Care residency program
offers a “double degree.”

Spare the Rod

Delaware doesn’t discipline its doctors,
one study says.

Top Primary Care Doctors 

Readers and fellow doctors select the First
State’s best docs.
by Shaun Gallagher

 

in every issue

Inside Story 

Your Turn

What’s Up

Mug Night, love to write, a new JCC, Ryan Phillippe and more. edited by Shannon
Canton

Cool Stuff

Holiday gifts.  by Shannon Canton

Hot Tickets

Party Hopping

Zanzibar Blue, Miss Delaware and Eligibles. edited by Shannon Canton

Sports

New UD football coach K.C. Keeler takes the reigns.  by Shannon Canton

In Person

An MBNA V.P. gives her store’s proffits to
charity.  by Shannon Canton

Living Arts

Sussex County artists open their doors for a weekend tour.  by Kim Hoey

Motoring

Pre-owned luxury cars still impress but cost
much less.  by Bill Metten

At Home

A carpenter with an eye for a hidden gem
restores an inner-city rowhouse.

by Eileen Smith Dallabrida

Dining

The veal dishes stand out at Nonna Ristorante near Christiana Hospital. by Pam George

Final Word

Can behavior be legislated?
by Bob Villare and Patricia Lake

next issue

Delaware’s Rising Stars of Business

A “Murder for Hire” Plot Gone Wrong

Hot Rod Aficionados Clearing

Admiral Kimmel’s Name Financial

Planning for College Grads

 


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