Medical School

Latest stories

2h
Stamford Advocate
Prosecutor: Use of force justified in police custody deathNEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut prosecutor ruled Thursday that New Londo
Prosecutor: Use of force justified in police custody death
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut prosecutor ruled Thursday that New London officers were justified in using force to subdue a medical school graduate who died in police custody after struggling with officers and showing signs of mental... Read more
4h
Denver Post
McArdle: Jailing of Kim Davis is sad result of culture warA Kentucky clerk has been ordered to jail for refusing to issue licenses for ga
McArdle: Jailing of Kim Davis is sad result of culture war
Denver Post / Posted 4 hours ago
A Kentucky clerk has been ordered to jail for refusing to issue licenses for gay marriages. This seems like a tad bit of an overreaction. Unfortunately, it's what we've come to in the culture wars. I believe in very strong protections for freedom of... Read more
5h
Daily Mail
Hillary's poll number haven't been this bad since the COLD WAR endedHillary's poll numbers continue to tank as she hasn't been this unpopular since
Hillary's poll number haven't been this bad since the COLD WAR ended
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Hillary's poll numbers continue to tank as she hasn't been this unpopular since 1992 – when the Cold War officially ended and 'End of The Road' was the top song The last time Clinton was liked by so few Americans, her husband wasn't yet president... Read more
6h
The Huffington Post
Samsung Wants Its New Device To Put You To SleepThe Korean electronics company on Thursday revealed a gadget called SleepSense
Samsung Wants Its New Device To Put You To Sleep
The Huffington Post / Posted 6 hours ago
The Korean electronics company on Thursday revealed a gadget called SleepSense that slides under your mattress and keeps track of your slumbering habits. It communicates with a smartphone app, and Samsung claims it will keep track of your heart rate,... Read more
6h
ABC News
Legionnaires' Disease Outbreaks on the Rise in USOutbreaks of Legionnaires' disease in New York, California and Illinois have dr
Legionnaires' Disease Outbreaks on the Rise in US
ABC News / Posted 6 hours ago
Outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease in New York, California and Illinois have drawn attention to a bacterial disease that experts say has been on the rise in recent years. First discovered in 1976 at a convention in Philadelphia for American... Read more
139 related stories
8h
WTKR Norfolk
I'm no 'anchor baby' says future doctorNEW YORK — Noe Paramo’s parents were not U.S. citizens when he was born on Amer
I'm no 'anchor baby' says future doctor
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 8 hours ago
NEW YORK — Noe Paramo’s parents were not U.S. citizens when he was born on American soil in 1993. But if you ask Noe, he’s no anchor baby. He’s 100% American. And under the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment, he’s 100% right. “I feel American. I... Read more
8h
Payson Roundup
Ignorance is not blissBack in the day when Masters and Johnson were scandalizing the country with the
Ignorance is not bliss
Payson Roundup / Posted 8 hours ago
Back in the day when Masters and Johnson were scandalizing the country with their studies of the physical aspects of human sexuality, I was a counselor/therapist in the psychiatry department of a medical school. Since there was no curricula about... Read more
9h
Texas Longhorns
Road to Recovery: Mikayla Flores’ return to the pitchThey say your life can change in the blink of an eye. For Texas redshirt freshm
Road to Recovery: Mikayla Flores’ return to the pitch
Texas Longhorns / Posted 9 hours ago
They say your life can change in the blink of an eye. For Texas redshirt freshman soccer player Mikayla Flores, that blink occurred just weeks before the start of a promising collegiate playing career on the Forty Acres. While closing out her club... Read more
10h
Disability Scoop
Mental Health Professionals In Short SupplyIn her third year of medical school, Karen Duong found herself on the other sid
Mental Health Professionals In Short Supply
Disability Scoop / Posted 10 hours ago
In her third year of medical school, Karen Duong found herself on the other side of Texas. She had driven 12 hours north from where she grew up on the Gulf Coast to a panhandle town called Hereford. “Hereford is known for being the beef capital of... Read more
2 related stories
12h
WAFB Baton Rouge
Healthline: New tech inside LSU helmetsThere’s something new inside the helmets of 24 LSU Tigers this football season.
Healthline: New tech inside LSU helmets
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 12 hours ago
There’s something new inside the helmets of 24 LSU Tigers this football season. A piece of “smart fabric” is the latest advancement in technology designed to prevent concussions. “As I press inside the helmet, you can see the pressure map show up on... Read more
13h
Chatham Daily News
Brother-and-sister doctors returned home to serveA brother and sister who both obtain medical doctor degrees is not common. When
Brother-and-sister doctors returned home to serve
Chatham Daily News / Posted 13 hours ago
A brother and sister who both obtain medical doctor degrees is not common. When the two agree to work together all of their lives, it’s even more uncommon. When the two doctors spend a good portion of their careers in the picturesque but rather tiny... Read more
13h
News-Medical-Net
New findings hold promising implications for blindness caused by limbal stem cell deficiencyA number of illnesses causing blindness can be cured from transplanting cells f
New findings hold promising implications for blindness caused by limbal stem cell deficiency
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 hours ago
A number of illnesses causing blindness can be cured from transplanting cells from the oral cavity. New findings make the treatment accessible to the places where the condition strikes the most frequently: in developing countries. Researchers at the... Read more
13h
NBC Connecticut
Officers Justified in Using Force in Police Custody Death: ProsecutorA Connecticut prosecutor has ruled that New London officers were justified in u
Officers Justified in Using Force in Police Custody Death: Prosecutor
NBC Connecticut / Posted 13 hours ago
A Connecticut prosecutor has ruled that New London officers were justified in using force to subdue a medical school graduate who died while in police custody after struggling with officers and showing signs of mental illness. New London State's... Read more
14h
PhysOrg
Holographic lens printing method could allow printing of telescope lenses in spaceThe flat lens is made of a 4-nm-thick gold layer and has an approximate diamete
Holographic lens printing method could allow printing of telescope lenses in space
PhysOrg / Posted 14 hours ago
The flat lens is made of a 4-nm-thick gold layer and has an approximate diameter of 1 inch. Scale bars = 200 μm. Credit: Zhao, et al. ©2015 American Chemical Society (Phys.org)—Researchers have developed a method for printing optical holographic... Read more
14h
The Atlantic
Ben Carson Finally Gets His BounceThe Ben Carson surge that everyone was waiting for is finally here. The conser
Ben Carson Finally Gets His Bounce
The Atlantic / Posted 14 hours ago
The Ben Carson surge that everyone was waiting for is finally here. The conservative neurosurgeon has been a source of fascination for both the Republican grassroots and the media ever since he critiqued President Obama, who was seated only a few... Read more
15h
Entrpreneur
50 People Share Their 1-Sentence Inspirations for Becoming EntrepreneursI’m obsessed with the back stories of how people started their companies. From
50 People Share Their 1-Sentence Inspirations for Becoming Entrepreneurs
Entrpreneur / Posted 15 hours ago
I’m obsessed with the back stories of how people started their companies. From 2011 to 2013 I read 197 books, dissecting the tech sector, which resulted in my first published book, Hacking The Valley. Recently, I created a Facebook group for... Read more
16h
News-Medical-Net
Current school and university start times linked to poor learning, health problemsA study by researchers from the University of Oxford, Harvard Medical School an
Current school and university start times linked to poor learning, health problems
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 hours ago
A study by researchers from the University of Oxford, Harvard Medical School and the University of Nevada has found that current school and university start times are damaging the learning and health of students. Drawing on the latest sleep... Read more
17h
MLive.com
Delta College students using 'space-age' technology to study gross anatomyFRANKENLUST TOWSHIP, MI — It's called the Anatomage Table, a $70,000 piece of e
Delta College students using 'space-age' technology to study gross anatomy
MLive.com / Posted 17 hours ago
FRANKENLUST TOWSHIP, MI — It's called the Anatomage Table, a $70,000 piece of equipment with a surface that looks like a giant iPad and is capable of displaying life-size images of cadavers that students can dissect virtually. There are 400 units in... Read more
17h
News-Medical-Net
Gut bacteria play major role in diabetes, obesity depending on host’s genetic makeupThe trillions of bacteria in your digestive system play a major role in your me
Gut bacteria play major role in diabetes, obesity depending on host’s genetic makeup
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 hours ago
The trillions of bacteria in your digestive system play a major role in your metabolism, and they're linked to your risks of type 2 diabetes, obesity and the related conditions that make up "metabolic syndrome," which has become a global health... Read more
17h
ScienceBlogs
Dr. Bob lets his antivaccine freak flag flyIt’s not a secret to anyone who reads this blog that I have an incredibly low o
Dr. Bob lets his antivaccine freak flag fly
ScienceBlogs / Posted 17 hours ago
It’s not a secret to anyone who reads this blog that I have an incredibly low opinion of celebrity pediatricians who are, if not outright antivaccine, antivaccine-sympathetic or leaning antivaccine and use their authority as physicians to sow fear,... Read more
22h
Key West Citizen
Taking stock of Take Stock recent graduates; more mentors neededAt their graduation in June, 50 Monroe County students in the Take Stock in Chi
Taking stock of Take Stock recent graduates; more mentors needed
Key West Citizen / Posted 22 hours ago
At their graduation in June, 50 Monroe County students in the Take Stock in Children program bid farewell to high school and said hello to college. While their high school careers may have come to an end, their relationships with Take Stock are still... Read more
23h
The Toledo Blade
Schools, hospitals urged to separatePublished: Friday, 9/4/2015 - Updated: 3 minutes ago FORMER UT LEADER Risks,
Schools, hospitals urged to separate
The Toledo Blade / Posted 23 hours ago
Published: Friday, 9/4/2015 - Updated: 3 minutes ago FORMER UT LEADER Risks, methods of teaching cited Lloyd Jacobs, the former Medical College of Ohio president who led a merger with the University of Toledo,... Read more
23h
Daily Examiner
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
Daily Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
KPRC Local 2 Houston
Synthetic drug causing Houston-area deathsA synthetic drug that goes by the street name of Flakka has been linked to a ri
Synthetic drug causing Houston-area deaths
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted yesterday
A synthetic drug that goes by the street name of Flakka has been linked to a rising number of deaths in the Houston area. Officials with the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences noticed the first deaths from Flakka in 2012. Toxicologists at... Read more
1d
The Advocate
Striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan driven by never-ending worry of coming up shortLAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of unde
Striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan driven by never-ending worry of coming up short
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
LAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of underdeveloped land or yet-to-be-tapped resource, is to hold the club that wakes a sleeping giant. What separates the dreamers from the doers is the constitution to crack the... Read more
2 related stories
1d
Northern Star
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
The Daily Mercury
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
Queensland Times
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
The Morning Bulletin
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
News Mail
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSenseSLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in th
Why taking your Samsung to bed makes good SleepSense
News Mail / Posted yesterday
SLEEP experts say it's not a great idea to take your Samsung to bed. But in this case, they might need to make an exception. The electronics giant has unveiled a new type of personal healthcare device which it says will improve the quality of... Read more
10 related stories
1d
The Advocate
Striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan driven by never-ending worry of coming up shortLAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of unde
Striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan driven by never-ending worry of coming up short
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
LAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of underdeveloped land or yet-to-be-tapped resource, is to hold the club that wakes a sleeping giant. What separates the dreamers from the doers is the constitution to crack the... Read more
2 related stories
1d
Baltimore Sun
Public health advocates call on Johns Hopkins to make TB drug widely availablePublic health groups and Johns Hopkins University students are waging a campaig
Public health advocates call on Johns Hopkins to make TB drug widely available
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Public health groups and Johns Hopkins University students are waging a campaign to ensure that a potentially groundbreaking tuberculosis drug developed by Johns Hopkins becomes available to patients in poor nations where the disease is most... Read more
1d
The Advocate
It’s Hud’s way: Ever striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan for success is driven by the never-ending worry of coming up shortLAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of unde
It’s Hud’s way: Ever striving for more, Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth’s proven plan for success is driven by the never-ending worry of coming up short
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
LAFAYETTE — To see the unseen, the potential power stored in every plot of underdeveloped land or yet-to-be-tapped resource, is to hold the club that wakes a sleeping giant. What separates the dreamers from the doers is the constitution to crack the... Read more
2 related stories
1d
Beverly Hills Courier
George Christy Talks About Aunt Ruby’s Country Style Gourmet Peanuts, The MTV VMAs and More!Opening the package, we find two 20-ounce tins of Aunt Ruby’s Country Style Gou
George Christy Talks About Aunt Ruby’s Country Style Gourmet Peanuts, The MTV VMAs and More!
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted yesterday
Opening the package, we find two 20-ounce tins of Aunt Ruby’s Country Style Gourmet Peanuts. Uncapping one aluminum lid, the tantalizing aroma of roasted peanuts wafts into the foyer. One taste, and hey, thank you, Cousin Koula Franklin. A holiday... Read more
1d
Ventura County Star
Man arrested after trying to use forged prescription at Newbury Park pharmacyNEWBURY PARK, Calif. - A Los Angeles man was arrested last month after he tried
Man arrested after trying to use forged prescription at Newbury Park pharmacy
Ventura County Star / Posted yesterday
NEWBURY PARK, Calif. - A Los Angeles man was arrested last month after he tried to fill a forged prescription at a Newbury Park pharmacy, officials said Thursday. An investigation into Michael Shapiro, 37, began in early August when authorities were... Read more
1d
WA Today
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and playIFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: P
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and play
WA Today / Posted yesterday
IFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: Peter Wells Samsung used their morning session at the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin to promote themselves as the logical centre of the internet of things. Samsung would... Read more
28 related stories
1d
Al-Ahram Weekly
fight-against-FGMClerics have debated it, doctors are divided about it, and parents are wary of
fight-against-FGM
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
Clerics have debated it, doctors are divided about it, and parents are wary of it but some of them just follow tradition. Female genital mutilation (FGM), the practice of female circumcision, has been blamed for a wide range of health problems among... Read more
1d
Canberra Times
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and playIFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: P
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and play
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
IFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: Peter Wells Samsung used their morning session at the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin to promote themselves as the logical centre of the internet of things. Samsung would... Read more
28 related stories
1d
Brisbane Times
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and playIFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: P
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and play
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
IFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: Peter Wells Samsung used their morning session at the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin to promote themselves as the logical centre of the internet of things. Samsung would... Read more
28 related stories
1d
The Age
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and playIFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: P
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and play
The Age / Posted yesterday
IFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: Peter Wells Samsung used their morning session at the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin to promote themselves as the logical centre of the internet of things. Samsung would... Read more
28 related stories
1d
Sydney Morning Herald
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and playIFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: P
IFA 2015: Samsung wants to watch you eat, sleep, work and play
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
IFA attendees test out Sleep Sense, which collects data on your sleep. Photo: Peter Wells Samsung used their morning session at the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin to promote themselves as the logical centre of the internet of things. Samsung would... Read more
28 related stories
1d
Houston Chronicle
Rick Perry flubs cliche in retort to Donald TrumpPhoto: Kevin Fujii, Houston...
Rick Perry flubs cliche in retort to Donald Trump
Houston Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Photo: Kevin Fujii, Houston... Read more
1d
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Light from smartphones, tablets may lower sleep hormone in kidsBy Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New research offers a comp
Light from smartphones, tablets may lower sleep hormone in kids
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted yesterday
By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New research offers a compelling reason for parents to ban smartphones, tablets and laptops in their children's bedrooms at night: The bright light of these devices may lower levels of melatonin, a... Read more
1d
Fox Wausau
Light from smartphones, tablets may lower sleep hormone in kidsBy Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New research offers a comp
Light from smartphones, tablets may lower sleep hormone in kids
Fox Wausau / Posted yesterday
By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New research offers a compelling reason for parents to ban smartphones, tablets and laptops in their children's bedrooms at night: The bright light of these devices may lower levels of melatonin, a... Read more
1d
UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB Dental, Jericho Road partner to offer dental care to Buffalo West SideThe School of Dental Medicine and Jericho Road Community Health Center have par
UB Dental, Jericho Road partner to offer dental care to Buffalo West Side
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted yesterday
The School of Dental Medicine and Jericho Road Community Health Center have partnered on a pilot program to provide critically needed dental care to the immigrant and refugee populations on Buffalo’s West Side. The three-week program, which began... Read more
1d
MedCity News
This exchange tells you all you need to know about how the medical industry is reacting to D2C precision medicineIn a CONVERGE panel discussion on precision medicine, an exchange about 23andMe
This exchange tells you all you need to know about how the medical industry is reacting to D2C precision medicine
MedCity News / Posted yesterday
In a CONVERGE panel discussion on precision medicine, an exchange about 23andMe and the 2013 warning letter it received from the FDA over its personal genome service exploded into a debate about sequencing and interpreting genomes, medical ethics,... Read more
1d
UB Reporter - Buffalo University
A sneak peek of Hayes HallThe building’s $42-million renovation and restoration is a key component of UB’
A sneak peek of Hayes Hall
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted yesterday
The building’s $42-million renovation and restoration is a key component of UB’s vision for the South Campus, which will continue to serve as an important center of education and research after the medical school moves downtown in 2017. Other South... Read more
1d
KERA North Texas
Texas Strives To Lure Mental Health Providers To Rural CountiesIn her third year of medical school, Karen Duong found herself on the other sid
Texas Strives To Lure Mental Health Providers To Rural Counties
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
In her third year of medical school, Karen Duong found herself on the other side of Texas. She had driven 12 hours north from where she grew up on the Gulf Coast to a panhandle town called Hereford. "Hereford is known for being the beef capital of... Read more
2 related stories
1d
iTWire
MUST-SEE VIDEO: Samsung brings its 2015 IoT vision to life at IFAPromising to deliver an IoT ecosystem and lifestyle that is, according to the n
MUST-SEE VIDEO: Samsung brings its 2015 IoT vision to life at IFA
iTWire / Posted yesterday
Promising to deliver an IoT ecosystem and lifestyle that is, according to the new marketing slogan ‘In Sync With Life’, Samsung has celebrated the impressive advances in inter device connectivity, functionality and benefits its IoT capable devices... Read more
More

People in this news