Cartoons: Medical Mayhem

Dreading your next visit to the doctor? Take a dose of our favorite prescription: laughter.

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"Either I was accidentally using my iPod, or your heart beats to ‘We Will, We Will, Rock You’.” July/August 2013

“Either I was accidentally using my iPod, or your heart beats to ‘We Will, We Will, Rock You’.”
July/August 2013

“If they describe this as chicken soup, how are they ever going to identify my gallstones? July/August 1997

“If they describe this as chicken soup, how are they ever going to identify my gallstones?
July/August 1997

“Is this magazine really two years old, or have I just been waiting here that long?” January/February 2013

“Is this magazine really two years old, or have I just been waiting here that long?”
January/February 2013

“You’ll laugh when I tell you that little Tabby got down out of the tree all by herself” October 22, 1960

“You’ll laugh when I tell you that little Tabby got down out of the tree all by herself”
October 1960

“The doctor will see you now. Did you bring a stool sample?” September/October 2001

“The doctor will see you now. Did you bring a stool sample?”
September/October 2001

"I’d offer you a tissue, but they’re 87 cents each.” July/August 1997

“I’d offer you a tissue, but they’re 87 cents each.”
July/August 1997

“Where’s the recovery room?” December 1975

“Where’s the recovery room?”
December 1975

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