NBC medical editor Nancy Snyderman (MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1977) is probably better known these days for blowing off an Ebola quarantine than for her frequent TV appearances or her actual work as a physician. Those of us who believe that one learns more from television news by turning the sound down, however, focus elsewhere:
The shoes, of course, are just for show:
At this writing, she’s been banished off-camera for the next month, presumably so NBC can hack up something resembling damage control.
(Note: Sometimes you have the title long before you have the post, and by “you” I mean me.)