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How Distressing is Social Phobia?

I remember a friend in college who would blush, sweat, and tremble when required by a teacher to speak in class. A few weeks before the presentation, he?d be anxious, agitated, and couldn?t sleep. Because I was still a student then, I didn?t have any clue what he was going through. But I knew that something was terribly wrong.

Joint Pain Relief

If you joints are constantly killing you, here are three suggestions:

A Very Medical Miracle

Madeline Mann once weighed less can a can of soda making her the tiniest surviving newborn known to medicine. Next week, she enters high school as something even more exrtaordinary? a honor student who likes to play violin and Rollerblade.

How You Can Erase Low Back Pain Using the Latest Medical Techniques!

?If you?re one the nine out of ten adults in the United States who suffers from low back pain, I have good news for you!? states Dr. Nathan Wei, a board-certified rheumatologist and Clinical Director of the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland.

Eliminate Agonizing Hand Pain Quickly and Easily!

According to Dr. Nathan Wei, ?The hand and wrist are the mirrors of disease.? While the cause of hand pain can be a localized problem, hand pain can also be the presenting sign for other diseases.

Amazing Shoulder Pain Reversing Secrets!

Whether you?re a weekend athlete, or a gardener that overdid it, or a person with arthritis, there?s hope for you. According to Dr. Nathan Wei, Clinical Director of the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland, ?Shoulder problems are one of the most common afflictions of modern times. Fortunately, there are many ways of helping people feel better.?

Medication Compliance Kit ... A Life Saver

Pill Proof LLC introduces the first, easy to use medication compliance kit for consumers and medical professionals. Owner, Jane Langdon, has a sister in law with Parkinson?s Disease. While visiting her sister in law?s doctor, he noted that the biggest problem with her progress was correctly taking her many medications. Jane asked if there was a system available to help her. The doctor replied,? No, I wish there was?. Jane asked if she made one, would he be interested in it. ?Make it and I will use it?, he said. After two prototypes, the doctor approved it. That was the beginning of her new business at

Fifteen Ways to Fight Heel Pain

There are many different causes of heel pain, but the most common cause is plantar fasciitis (plan * tar fash* ee * I * tis). If you experience a sharp pain in your heel when you first step down in the morning, it is most likely due to plantar fasciitis. This problem is a result of excess stress through a long ligament type structure (the plantar fascia) in the bottom of the foot. The excess stress causes tearing and results in inflammation and pain. The classic symptoms are pain in the heel at the first step in the morning, or upon rising after long periods of rest. Many will complain of a sharp pain in the heel when they step out of their car or after finishing their lunch break. Other individuals only experience heel pain at the end of the day or during certain types of activity like running, soccer or tennis. The pain may extend into the arch and feel achy at the end of the day.

Understanding Tumescent Liposuction

Tumescent liposuction is done using a local aesthetic. A large volume of saline solution containing the aesthetic and a drug called "Epinephrine" is injected directly into the areas where there are excessive fatty deposits. Epinephrine is important in the surgical process because it shrinks capillaries and minimizes blood loss. Minor sedation may be required for those who feel a little nervous about the surgery; however the patient is usually completely conscious during the surgery.

Polysomnography: One Tool in Helping in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Fibromyalgia

Stop! and imagine for one moment that your body is being savagely and brutally attacked by chronic pain. This pain is so intense that you become less active. As you become less active you start to develop muscles weakness. Just trying to do normal daily activities such as, working, housekeeping, cooking, playing with the kids, shopping, walking the dog and sleeping has become an extreme ordeal. All is not peaceful in the Land of Nod. In fact, you as a fibromyalgia (FM) sufferer are downright restless.

FDA Orders Search Engines to Stop Online Pharmacies

How Does Online Pharmacies Affect Pharmacy Leaders?

The Check Doctor Credentials Theory

In 2003, there where more than 890 million doctor visits in the U.S. according to the (CDC) Center for Diseases Control and Prevention. "More now than ever consumers are not only researching their doctor, but are also demanding the highest quality of health care" says Hugo Gallegos, President of

Considerations in Distance Education for the Medical Assistant Instructor

Medical Assistant distance education is emerging to meet the demands of a new generation of students in the twenty first century. St. Augustine Medical Assistant School distance education program for medical assistant presents a good model for this integration of technology with medical assistant education. Distance education, particularly in its most recent form, online education, is being integrated into even the most cautious and conservative of educational institutions. Yet the impact of these alternative forms of teaching and learning on students, faculty, and institutions has yet to be broadly or deeply studied. New models such as that at St. Augustine Medical Assistant School are immerging. St. Augustine Medical Assistant School is available at:

?Ooohhh? my aching knee!!!? Insider Secrets on How You Can Get Relief Quickly and Easily!

When your knee hurts, getting relief is all that?s on your mind. Getting the right relief, though, depends on knowing what?s wrong. The correct diagnosis will lead to the correct treatment.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Simple Self-Help Tips

If you have been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you will know how difficult it is to treat. Doctors can be dismissive of IBS symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation and bloating, and when treatment is offered it may only help for a short while before the distressing symptoms return.

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Members Move Medicine: Transforming med ed to meet patient needs  American Medical Association

AMA member Kelly J. Caverzagie, MD, chose a career in medicine to connect with others and help them pursue their goals.

Ukraine sports officials accused of corrupt medicine scheme  Washington Post

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukrainian security services have accused leading sports officials of buying sham medicine for athletes and misappropriating public funds.

Social Issues in Medicine class partners with Charlottesville agencies to address social determinants of health  University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily

Social Issues in Medicine, a class offered at the University's Medical School, is unique — both in its mission of introducing medical students to social issues that ...

Keck Medicine of USC Hospitals earn LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader Designation  Lasentinel

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) Health Equality Index (HEI) designated Keck Medicine of USC's hospitals as LGBTQ Healthcare Equality ...

How Medicine Became the Stealth Family-Friendly Profession  The New York Times

Female doctors are more likely than other professionals to have children and keep working. The reasons offer lessons for other jobs.

Improving Equity in Academic Medicine, a Conversation with Christina Chapman, M.D.  Michigan Medicine

Christina Chapman, M.D., sits down for a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion in medicine.

UW Medicine researchers study possible new treatments for kidney disease  Tri-City Herald

30 million Americans have chronic kidney disease. In Seattle, UW Medicine researchers are now creating mini-kidneys in the lab to study possible new ...

Wash U Research On Kids With Asthma Could Save Families Medicine And Money  KBIA

Some kids with mild asthma only need to use their inhalers when they have symptoms, according to research from Washington University. That's a major.

The Fed Chair Gives the President a Dose of His Own Medicine  Bloomberg

Jerome Powell's reluctant embrace of rate cuts comes with a warning about the limits of his power.

Is Genetic Medicine Making the World Less Fair?  The Nation

New reproductive technologies promise to prevent serious genetic disease. What happens if only the rich can access them?

Moffitt, Foundation Medicine, Dana-Farber Partner on Genomic Analysis of MCC Patients  Clinical OMICs News

Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center have partnered with investigators at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Foundation Medicine to develop what Moffitt ...

U.S. Sanctions Cut Off Iranians' Access To Medicine, Iran Says  NPR

The U.S is working to increase pressure on Iran, and many Iranians are struggling. The State Department is challenging Iran's charges that the U.S. is cutting off ...

Medicine and government have failed to help us battle Lyme disease

By Mary Beth Pfeiffer. In the same week recently, a New York state woman died from a paralyzing virus and an Ontario, Canada, boy suffered meningitis, both ...

Nashville Indigenous community honors Luther Medicine Bird White Eagle  People's World

NASHVILLE - On Saturday, August 17, the local Indigenous community honored Luther Medicine Bird White Eagle by the holding of a Memorial Dance marking ...

Family Medicine Is Poised to Lead on Addiction Care  AAFP News

Millions of Americans are struggling with some form of addiction. Flora Sadri-Azarbayejani, D.O., M.P.F., outlines steps family physicians can take to address the ...

Obesity Medicine Specialist Discusses New WW App For Kids  NPR

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, who specializes in obesity medicine, about a new app from WW — formerly Weight Watchers — that ...

Food As Medicine: Understanding The Importance Of Food To Gut Health  Forbes

Gut health is emerging as a new lifestyle approach that will drive change in the food and beverage industry. According to Schieber research, US consumers ...

Ditch the Medicine Cabinet. Get a Mini Fridge.  Greatist

We've all heard of the makeup fridge. The cute, pigmy fridges that fit on your dresser or under your nightstand, and keep your beloved retinols, vitamin C serums, ...

New cannabis dispensary is strictly about the medicine  Suncoast News

NEW PORT RICHEY – Fluent Cannabis Care has opened here, but the folks who run it don't want people to see this shop through the stereotypical eyes that ...

How to end hallway medicine, Part 3: Doug Ford's plan is a start, but it's not the solution  TVO

ANALYSIS: The premier has promised to create 15000 new long-term-care beds to ease the strain on Ontario's overcrowded hospitals. But it will take more than ...

HERE FOR HEALTH: Precision Medicine  WLNS

LANSING- This week on Here for Health, we're talking about Precision Medicine. Precision Medicine, is the process of tailoring treatments for diseases, ...

Fremont Doctor Offers High-Tech Sports Medicine Treatments  CBS San Francisco

FREMONT (KPIX) — Some innovative high-tech tools are helping to mend injured athletes and speed recovery. Whether you're a pro or amateur, sports ...

Jane Seymour reunites with 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' co-star Joe Lando

Actress Jane Seymour reunited with her "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" co-star Joe Lando and shared a photo of the pair on Instagram.

Banner – University Medicine will sponsor El Tour de Tucson  AZ Big Media

Banner – University Medicine, nationally recognized for providing exceptional patient care, teaching future health care professionals and conducting ...

Massena doctor's daughter on her way to career in medicine, too  North Country Now

Jayant Jhaveri, MD, Internal Medicine, poses with his daughter, Sonja Jhaveri, MD who is following in her father's footsteps in specializing in internal medicine.

Hospital medicine physician joins Maury Regional medical staff  Spring Hill Home Page

STAFF REPORTS. Shawn J. Price, M.D., a specialist in internal medicine and pediatrics, has joined the medical staff at Maury Regional Medical Center as a ...

Mind & Muscle: What's it like to work in medicine?  WLWT Cincinnati

Beacon Orthopaedics has a program that will get your kid to places like a anatomy lab to give them the real experiences!

Family Medicine Residency Program works with doctors out of medical school  KMVT

After graduating from medical school, students have to complete their residency in one specific area and that may be dermatology, cardiology, or family ...

Pickup and school bus collide in Yellow Medicine County; no injuries reported  West Central Tribune

COTTONWOOD — A pickup truck and a school bus operated by Palmer Bus out of Cottonwood collided in a two-vehicle crash at approximately 3:50 p.m. Friday.

Holland native takes command of Navy Medicine West

SAN DIEGO — A Holland native recently assumed command of a health care system with nearly 700000 beneficiaries.Rear Adm. Timothy Weber, as of Aug.

Gaganyaan: Russian space suits, French medicine for Indian astronauts?  The Hindu

Four Indians will be trained at Russia's Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Centre; French space agency CNES would train Indian space medicine personnel for ...

Michigan Medicine notifies patients of health information breach  University of Michigan Health System News

Michigan Medicine is notifying approximately 5500 patients about a phishing email campaign that may have exposed some of their health information.

Faculty of Medicine members awarded more than $19 million in CIHR spring funding - UBC Faculty of Medicine  UBC Faculty of Medicine

The Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) has awarded more than $19 million in funding to numerous Faculty of Medicine researchers through the ...

Since When Is Preventive Medicine Elective? Egg Freezing. Is. Healthcare.  Forbes

Why do we choose to selectively label preventive medicine via egg freezing as “elective?”

Critics Bash Story on 'Work-Life Balance' in Medicine  MedPage Today

An article in the New York Times touting medicine as a family-friendly profession has stirred up critics who say it denies the reality of career sacrifice and gaps in ...

Indigenous art depicting bush medicine draws acclaim from critics and collectors  ABC News

In the remote Northern Territory community of Ampilatwatja, paintings show the prescriptions for thousands of years of traditional healing.

Health & Medicine  Science News

Officials have announced one death among nearly 200 patients with severe lung illnesses that are potentially related to vaping. By Aimee Cunningham 6 hours ...

Chinook Therapeutics bags $65M to bring precision medicine to the kidney  FierceBiotech

Chinook Therapeutics raised $65 million in series A cash to do for kidney disease what precision medicine has done for cancer treatment. It will use that capital ...

Lawsuit alleges that former Nebraska Medicine doctor inappropriately touched patient under anesthesia  Omaha World-Herald

A woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that a former Nebraska Medicine orthopedic surgeon touched her inappropriately while she was under anesthesia.

U of I College of Medicine Rockford is training the future leaders of medicine

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — The University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford is dedicated to teaching the next generation of physicians and scientists.

Media Uses Sarcastic Humor to Explain Bias in Medicine  Science Times

Last Sunday, Last Week Tonight TV show host John Oliver started a discussion on a serious reality in a rather humorous way. He started by showing a video of ...

SLIDESHOW: USC School of Medicine holds 'mass casualty simulation' at Greenville Prisma Health  FOX Carolina

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) -- The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville holds its annual community emergency response training ...

Last Week Tonight: John Oliver on bias in medicine with Wanda Sykes and Larry David.  Slate Magazine

John Oliver is a white man, or as he puts it: “I'm a walking cider donut: pale, filled with cake, and found at every farmers market in the northeast.” That means he ...

Centre to Advance Plant-Based Medicine Research Being Established in Jamaica  Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister, Hon. Audley Shaw, says there are plans to establish a centre in Jamaica to further advance plant-based ...

WSU college of medicine enrolls its largest, most diverse class  The Daily Evergreen

The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine received 80 new students for its 2023 class, which is the largest and most diverse class the college has seen after it was ...

Teaching Fellow in History of Science and Medicine job with UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS | 177552  Times Higher Education (THE)

Are you an academic with proven abilities to carry out teaching in the area of History of Science and Medicine? Are you passionate about delivering an ...

Polly Swann interview: 'It took about six months of studying clinical medicine to realise I hadn’t put rowing to bed'  The Telegraph

The length of an Olympic cycle can quite frequently take in everything from retirement and then a comeback to parenthood and perhaps trialling a new career, ...

Skeptic warns deep learning in medicine needs a reboot  STAT

Gary Marcus voices skepticism about the dominance of deep learning, a type of artificial intelligence whose use has exploded in medicine.

Malaria Treatments Are Not Working Well  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...

Study builds roadmap for collecting, sequencing genetic data  Baylor College of Medicine News

The National Institutes of Health has conducted a four-year study to harmonize and standardize clinical genetic reporting.

Precision Medicine Trials and Molecular Testing Guidelines Expand to Reach More Patients  Targeted Oncology

The Lung Cancer Master Protocol (Lung-MAP), a large precision medicine umbrella trial supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and their partners, has ...

How False Beliefs in Physical Racial Difference Still Live in Medicine Today  The New York Times

Biological fallacies were used to justify slavery. Why can't doctors let them go?

University of Houston unveils first look at new College of Medicine

HOUSTON — Texas Gov. Greg Abbot will establish the city of Houston's first medical school since 1972 at the University of Houston during a bill-signing ...

Doctors' letter warns PM over medicine supplies and flu after Brexit  Sky News

Ministers have been warned that "delays at our borders" could slow down the process of "life-saving medication" entering the UK.

Baylor awarded CPRIT grants to support cancer research  Baylor College of Medicine News

Baylor College of Medicine has been awarded more than $17.4 million by the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) to support new cancer ...

The 'It's Easier To Buy A Gun Than Cold Medicine' Crowd Just Got Slapped With Reality  Townhall

Okay—let's look at the positives of this story. A Business Insider reporter, Hayley Peterson, tried to buy a gun at Walmart to test “the placement, selection, ...

Paul Pepper: Scott Christianson, Artificial Intelligence Specialist, "AI in Medicine"  KBIA

"There are lots of ways that these new breakthroughs in artificial intelligence are being put to good use in medicine - specifically in radiology and in.

Medical student receives fellowship to study degenerative arthritis  Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Dongyeon “Joanna” Kim, a second-year medical student at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is one of 50 recipients of a $5,000 summer ...

Reality TV Meets Crowdsourced Medicine in Netflix's Diagnosis  WIRED

Before Angel exposed her health struggles to the internet, the 23-year-old woman had no idea what was happening to her body—only that it was in excruciating ...

Seven days in medicine: 14-20 August 2019  The BMJ

BMJ 2019; 366 doi: (Published 22 August 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;366:l5206. Article; Related *content*; Metrics; Responses ...

Associated Press: Ukraine sports officials accused of corrupt medicine scheme  Kyiv Post

Masked officers of the Security *Service* of Ukraine (SBU) in combat gear stand during a ceremony to mark the 25th anniversary of the agency on March 24, 2017, ...

Can I take my medicine on holiday? The rules around drugs and medication for popular tourist destinations  iNews

It's inevitable that some travellers need to take medication on holiday, but did you know there are rules about what medication you can and can't take abroad?

Michigan Boy with Rare Brain Cancer Approved for New Trial Medicine  Yahoo News

Katie Dennis says her son 4-year-old son, Peyton, is receiving home hospice care. Given just three to nine months to live, his family is praying a new trial ...

Shortage of epilepsy medicine to continue until end of October, manufacturer says  The Pharmaceutical Journal

All strengths of the epilepsy medicine Gabitril will be out of stock in the UK until the end of October 2019, the drug's manufacturer has said.

1 in 7 internal medicine residents are bullied

All in all, 14% of 21000 survey respondents reported repeated harassment by someone in a position of greater power during their residency.

Terre Haute woman accused of stealing medicine from student

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A Terre Haute woman was arrested for stealing medicine from a student in Vermillion County. Lydia A. Stevens ...

Precision Medicine Research Must Build More Diversity And Trust Says Bioethicist : Shots - Health News  NPR

Scientists hoping to get more diversity of ancestry among medical research volunteers need to grapple with the history of medical exploitation, says a Columbia ...

Cancer Medicine Is Failing Us  Scientific American

I can't quit dwelling on medicine's flaws. I recently reviewed Mind Fixers by historian Anne Harrington and Medical Nihilism by philosopher Jacob Stegenga, ...

Spurs doctor to receive award for 'exceptional' service, dedication in osteopathic medicine  San Antonio Express-News

San Antonio Spurs Team Physician Paul Saenz is receiving high acclaim for his work in the medical field. The doctor is the 2019 recipient of the University of ...

Downgrading of regulation in regenerative medicine  Science Magazine

Science is fundamental to ensuring the safety and demonstrating the efficacy of newly developed medicines. Government agencies play a key role in ...

Researchers create synthetic biologic system to deliver medicine, treat wounds for soldiers

For the first time, scientists built a synthetic biologic system with compartments like real cells. This Army project at the University of Massachusetts Amherst could ...

Psychedelic Medicine Is Coming. The Law Isn't Ready  Scientific American

In March, the Food and Drug Administration approved esketamine, a drug that produces psychedelic effects, to treat depression—the first psychedelic ever to ...

'Multiple medicines' side-effect risk for over-65s  BBC News

Two million older people are risking side-effects from taking multiple medications, a charity has warned. Age UK says more than one in 10 over-65s in England ...

Winners named in Medicine Safety Starts with You program  Shelby Star

Billboards designed by children will soon be on display in Cleveland County to remind parents to put away potentially harmful medications.Medicine Safety ...

Heart attack patients with mild cognitive impairment get fewer treatments  EurekAlert

University of Michigan research finds people with mild cognitive impairment don't always receive the same, established medical treatment that patients with ...

Health information of 5,500 Michigan Medicine patients exposed in data breach

The data breach exposed everything from diagnostic and treatment information to a small subset of social security numbers.

University of Michigan, St. Joseph Mercy consider new hospital  Detroit Free Press

The University of Michigan is in talks with St. Joseph Mercy Health System to partner on a new hospital in Livingston County, the Free Press has learned. As part ...

Caged alone 24 hours a day, denied medicine: lawsuit claims 'torture' in US migrant jails  The Guardian

A lawsuit on behalf of 55000 detainees describes 'horrific conditions' in US facilities.

New medicine authority announces plans to clear inherited backlog  Health-e News

Regulatory body was confident of clearing applications of new medicines licensing within two years.

Federal Government Publishes Amendments Significantly Altering Canada's Patented Medicines Pricing Regime  Lexology

On August 21, 2019, the Government of Canada published amendments to the Patented Medicines Regulations that set out the long-awaited framework…

Relaxing of regulations for regenerative medicines has cascading effect internationally  Medical Xpress

Countries that relax regulations for regenerative medicines could be causing a downward spiral in international standards, according to new research published ...

Food as Medicine: Does What You Eat Influence Your Health?  Healthline

Many people claim that food is medicine, but you may wonder whether food can be used to replace conventional treatments. This article explains everything you ...

Grandmasters of medicine  The BMJ

BMJ 2019; 366 doi: (Published 20 August 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;366:l5207. Article; Related *content*; Metrics; Responses ...

Volunteers needed for emergency medicine dispensing exercise

The Dallas County Public Health Department seeks volunteers for an emergency preparedness medication dispensing exercise to be held Friday, Sept. 6 from ...

Eddie Molloy: 'Politicians can't dilute medicine aimed at curing the force's ills'

The reorganisation of cancer services back in 2009, which has delivered better outcomes for patients ever since, is regularly cited as an example of "how we got ...

Boy with rare brain cancer approved for new trial medicine  WXMI FOX 17 West Michigan

IONIA, Mich. — Katie Dennis said her son 4-year-old son, Peyton, is receiving home hospice care. Given just three to nine months to live, his family is praying a ...

An old Japanese idea brings medicine to rural Africa  Tokyo Review

Okigusuri, a “use first, pay later” system for household medicine, is finding a niche in Tanzania. Could new technology make it viable again in rural Japan?

Compound medicine regulation is key to patient safety | TheHill  The Hill

Over the years, unfortunately, we continue to see instances when compounded medicines have caused patient harm, and in some cases death.

Head of Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Relieved of Command

The commanding officer of the Florida-based Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) was removed from his job Tuesday following a loss of ...

Infosys partners University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign for precision medicine  Economic Times

NEW DELHI: IT services major Infosys on Thursday announced a strategic partnership with University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) to develop new ...

Karen and Jerry West donate to WVU Medicine Children’s “Grow Children’s” Capital Campaign

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Karen and Jerry West have made a leadership-level donation to the WVU Medicine children's “Grow Children's” Capital Campaign, ...

Is virtual reality the pain medicine of the future?  The Week Magazine

Virtual reality could be the drug-free pain medicine of the future. A study published this month in the journal PLOS ONE looked at the effectiveness of VR ...

Another orthopedic and sports medicine center planned for North Nevada Avenue  Colorado Springs Gazette

a 65,000-square-foot building beside its Grandview Hospital that will focus on sports medicine and orthopedic rehabilitation on North Nevada Avenue in ...

Novel paradigm in drug development  EurekAlert

Targeted protein degradation (TPD) is a new paradigm in drug discovery that could lead to the development of new medicines to treat diseases such as cancer ...

How to end hallway medicine, Part 1: Understanding the crisis  TVO

ANALYSIS: Ontario hospitals don't have enough beds, and patients often end up on stretchers in hallways — sometimes for days. So who's to blame?

Devon-based nurse 'force-fed patient medicine'  BBC News

A nurse who pushed a syringe into patient's mouth and force fed them medication has been struck off. Tracey King also wrongly handled a patient, left medicine ...

Precision Medicine, Genetic Interventions Effective for Diabetes  Xtelligent Healthcare Media

Interventions for type 2 diabetes that center around individuals' genetic profiles can help reduce risk in susceptible people, showing the effectiveness of ...

WSU College of Medicine welcomes largest, most diverse class of med students  WSU News

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine today welcomed 80 new medical students to the WSU Health Sciences ...

North Jersey High School Students Graduate from Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University MINDS Program

NUTLEY, NJ - 14 New Jersey high school students graduated from the Medical Internship Navigating Diversity & Science (MINDS) Program. at Hackensack ...

Parents say sick kids were without food, medicine, adult supervision overnight at airport  Q13 News Seattle

A group of kids from a medical foundation based in Washington ended up stranded on the East Coast over the weekend.

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