Things really are bigger in Texas. More than 10 black pediatricians earned a coveted spot on D Magazine’s list of recommended doctors.
Who better to ask for a good pediatrician than another doctor?
A patient, for one. But another doctor is a close second. That’s why all of the recommended medical professionals here are also on St. Louis Magazine’s most recent list of Best Doctors.
So there I was nine months pregnant and starting yet another Internet search, this time for a black pediatrician that my brewing baby boy might be able to relate to. I started to notice I had quite the number to pick from in Atlanta — a unique and beautiful problem to have.
Chicago is not only home to some of the best cuisine in the country but also a pretty impressive host of doctors. It’s my hometown, and I bounced between the Austin neighborhood on Chicago’s West Side, my favorite suburb Oak Park and the working class southwest suburb of Evergreen Park.
I know better than to seriously call myself poor, but I’m certainly not rich.
My essentials are travel, food and repaying debt. I like to keep my in-state entertainment budget as close to 0 as possible outside of the occasional pedicure or meal with friends.
Free festivals and a solid amount of research keep my family and I from complete hibernation, which I secretly suspect my husband would love.
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