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Cute Anatomy in English By Gloria M. Rivera “Spanish interpreters use so many fancy words,” a provider told me when I interpreted “collar bone” as
Why do we need vaccines? By Gloria M. Rivera August is National Immunization Awareness Month and given the times we live in, vaccines are quite
Famous Cats in Medical Translation By Gloria M. Rivera Today, August 8th, is International Cat Day. This day was created in 2002 by the International
¿Mande? Come Again? By Gloria M. Rivera In Spanish, according to the Diccionario de la lengua española (DLE), “mandar” means to order or to command
COVID-19 for Translators and Interpreters By Gloria M. Rivera We are currently living strange times where a very tiny creature is endangering our lives and
El paciente latino para cirujanos ortopédicos By Gloria M. Rivera ¿Te gustaría participar como panelista en una mesa redonda sobre la cultura latina? Cuando oí
Alternative Anatomy (in Spanish) By Gloria M. Rivera The first time I heard “me duele la paleta”, the Peruvian in me was very confused. In
My hemo-what? By Gloria M. Rivera Recently, I interpreted for a very sweet (no pun intended) patient with a 20+ year history of diabetes. When
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