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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 19 minutes ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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KERA North Texas
The science of engineering touchbig opportunity is to improve the kind of video games that doctors train on,” K
KERA North Texas / Posted 19 minutes ago
big opportunity is to improve the kind of video games that doctors train on,” Kuchenbecker says. “There’s a big movement in medicine right now to help surgeons or dentists or other medical practitioners practice on a realistic computer simulator... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
One of the biggest youth sports injuries can be preventedjust a part of playing sports, but there are a good number of things we can pre
Detroit Free Press / Posted 27 minutes ago
just a part of playing sports, but there are a good number of things we can prevent,” said Christopher Brown, M.D., sports medicine medical director for Rochester Regional Health. “Overuse injuries are responsible for up to half of all sports... Read more
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Raw Story
Harvard study strengthens link between breast cancer risk and light exposure at nightrisk and light exposure at night Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! By Ric
Raw Story / Posted an hour ago
risk and light exposure at night Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! By Richard G. “Bugs” Stevens, Professor, School of Medicine, University of Connecticut. Artificial light has transformed the night sky, a change researchers continue to link to... Read more
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FOX News
Want to keep America safe? Train more veterinariansthe field must also encourage aspiring veterinarians to pursue public health ro
FOX News / Posted an hour ago
the field must also encourage aspiring veterinarians to pursue public health roles. Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and Nevis, where I teach public health, is doing just that. We're collaborating with Johns Hopkins... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
President Signs Alexander, Murray Bill To Speed Delivery Of Safe, Effective Cures And Treatments To Patientscommittee Chairman Lamar Alexander and Ranking Member Patty Murray to speed saf
The Chattanoogan / Posted an hour ago
committee Chairman Lamar Alexander and Ranking Member Patty Murray to speed safe drugs and medical devices into patients’ medicine cabinets and doctors’ offices, while maintaining the highest standards of safety and effectiveness. “The... Read more
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The Age
Drone misuse in Canberra a real concern for alldrones do present an opportunity for exciting and beneficial uses, such as the
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
drones do present an opportunity for exciting and beneficial uses, such as the trial at Googong that delivered medicine and other items to rural households, there is no doubt they also present a challenge. Possible security concerns... Read more
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The Age
Emily Quinn Smyth's push to expand Auslan signs for science studyhas to be spelled out, or fingerspelled." Years ago a perceived lack of Auslan
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
has to be spelled out, or fingerspelled." Years ago a perceived lack of Auslan vocabulary in the areas of health and medicine causing difficulties for deaf people and their interpreters prompted the "Medical Signbank Project". Emily hopes... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Drone misuse in Canberra a real concern for alldrones do present an opportunity for exciting and beneficial uses, such as the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
drones do present an opportunity for exciting and beneficial uses, such as the trial at Googong that delivered medicine and other items to rural households, there is no doubt they also present a challenge. Possible security concerns... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Emily Quinn Smyth's push to expand Auslan signs for science studyhas to be spelled out, or fingerspelled." Years ago a perceived lack of Auslan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
has to be spelled out, or fingerspelled." Years ago a perceived lack of Auslan vocabulary in the areas of health and medicine causing difficulties for deaf people and their interpreters prompted the "Medical Signbank Project". Emily hopes... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Kerryn Phelps on marriage equality: ‘We won’t stop’I loved working with people. I wanted to make a difference. I liked science. Th
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
I loved working with people. I wanted to make a difference. I liked science. That all coalesced to a decision to put medicine down. As fate would have it, I got in with my first preference of Sydney University. It was 1981 when I started... Read more
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New Kerala
Unani medicine practitioner arrested for illegal possession of firearms - newkerala news #264515, August 19 : The Anti Extortion cell (AEC) of the Mumbai Crime Branch arrested
New Kerala / Posted 2 hours ago
, August 19 : The Anti Extortion cell (AEC) of the Mumbai Crime Branch arrested a 39-year-old man, a practitioner of Unani medicine, for illegal possession of firearms, allegedly meant for sale in the city. The accused has been identified as Abdul... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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News.com.au
PM’s office literally makes MP illexamine the root of the tree which crashed through their house.Source:Supplied
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
examine the root of the tree which crashed through their house.Source:Supplied Dr Mark Donohoe, from Mosman Integrative Medicine, who Ms Wicks first consulted about the condition, said he was initially cynical about CIRS but his experience has... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
KIVI Boise / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donorsvery troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at No
KGTV San Diego / Posted 2 hours ago
very troubling." Dr. Rishi Agrawal, an associate professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, agreed, adding that Florida should have more carefully considered how the insurance switch would affect the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Kerryn Phelps on marriage equality: ‘We won’t stop’I loved working with people. I wanted to make a difference. I liked science. Th
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 hours ago
I loved working with people. I wanted to make a difference. I liked science. That all coalesced to a decision to put medicine down. As fate would have it, I got in with my first preference of Sydney University. It was 1981 when I started... Read more
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The Columbian
Cheers & Jeersthe state. That restriction was overturned in 2015, and this week students beg
The Columbian / Posted 3 hours ago
the state. That restriction was overturned in 2015, and this week students began arriving at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine in Spokane. Officials for the school say it will focus on training doctors for underserved regions of the state,... Read more
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Business Insider
Stephen Hawking tears into the Tories for 'debasing' science and damaging the NHSinto the health service that they are making way for it to become a US-style sy
Business Insider / Posted 3 hours ago
into the health service that they are making way for it to become a US-style system that will only provide the best medicine to the richest people. "We must prevent the establishment of a two-tier service, with the best medicine for the... Read more
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News.com.au
Ideology has no place in the delivery roomis trying to reduce their choices in the delivery room. (Pic: iStock)Source:Sup
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
is trying to reduce their choices in the delivery room. (Pic: iStock)Source:Supplied A small group of militant anti-medicine midwives has influenced official thinking so powerfully that NSW Health now actually has a policy, entitled ‘Towards... Read more
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BBC News
Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' saving flood victimsin Hyderabad, on disused land by the side of a busy road, she and her team have
BBC News / Posted 4 hours ago
in Hyderabad, on disused land by the side of a busy road, she and her team have provided them with tents, food, water, medicine and a school. "We need blankets," many of them shout at once. Then they complain the dry rations they received did... Read more
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BBC News
Ruth Pfau: Pakistan's 'Mother Teresa' dies aged 87of dignity". Dr Pfau was born in Leipzig in 1929 and saw her home destroyed by
BBC News / Posted 4 hours ago
of dignity". Dr Pfau was born in Leipzig in 1929 and saw her home destroyed by bombing during World War Two. She studied medicine and was later sent to southern India by her order, the Daughters of the Heart of Mary, but a visa issue meant she... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Claims saying antidepressants don’t work refuted in new studyto a placebo effect, i.e. that someone who expects to be improved by a medicati
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
to a placebo effect, i.e. that someone who expects to be improved by a medication often also feels improved, even if the medicine lacks actual effect. However, if SSRIs had indeed acted merely by means of a placebo effect, these drugs should not... Read more
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asianage
Painkillers, antidepressants work differently for men, womenwill be equally effective in either sex, a growing number of scientists say hor
asianage / Posted 4 hours ago
will be equally effective in either sex, a growing number of scientists say hormones and genetic differences affect how medicines behave in the body – meaning drugs might affect women differently to men. “Almost all basic research – regardless... Read more
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asianage
Fast antidepressant may better treat depressionmaking it unsuitable for prolonged use, Solomon Snyder, professor of neuroscien
asianage / Posted 4 hours ago
making it unsuitable for prolonged use, Solomon Snyder, professor of neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His team, however, hoped the new research could shed light on how to make a better fast-acting... Read more
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asianage
Antidepressants do work, says new studyto a placebo effect, i.e. that someone who expects to be improved by a medicati
asianage / Posted 4 hours ago
to a placebo effect, i.e. that someone who expects to be improved by a medication often also feels improved, even if the medicine lacks actual effect. However, if SSRIs had indeed acted merely by means of a placebo effect, these drugs should not... Read more
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DW
Dr. Ruth Pfau's life in pictures |1929, in Leipzig, Germany. The post-war Soviet occupation of East Germany force
DW / Posted 4 hours ago
1929, in Leipzig, Germany. The post-war Soviet occupation of East Germany forced her to escape to West Germany. She studied medicine there during the 1950s at the University of Mainz. Pfau met a Christian woman who was a concentration-camp survivor,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Could this pill win the Nobel Prize?Could hydrogen sulfide (H2S), the gas that causes the odour of flatulance, ever
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
Could hydrogen sulfide (H2S), the gas that causes the odour of flatulance, ever receive the Nobel Prize in Medicine? Dr. Rui Wang, an internationally known Canadian researcher, reports that one day we may have a “fart pill” that fights one of our... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 10 most beautiful destinations on Earth – by the world's greatest photographerslist. My journey there began unconsciously in puberty when I lost all my hair i
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
list. My journey there began unconsciously in puberty when I lost all my hair in one day after taking anti-malarial medicine. It is somewhat ironic that 35 years later I’m photographing the Huli Wigmen of Papua New Guinea, who use the growth... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Logie Meachum to perform at Rowan Public Librarywhich helped Meachum complete a nontraditional therapy program in San Francisco
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 5 hours ago
which helped Meachum complete a nontraditional therapy program in San Francisco, CA. Today, he follows an alternative medicine regimen and focuses his energies thoughtfully. “My health and my children at this point are a major focus and source... Read more
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Valley Free Press
Sandwich library hosting blood drive Aug. 25; donors neededat posingerb@sandwichpld.org or by phone at 815-786-8308, ext. 204. For any que
Valley Free Press / Posted 5 hours ago
at posingerb@sandwichpld.org or by phone at 815-786-8308, ext. 204. For any questions concerning eligibility to donate, medicine concerns, age, etc., visit the Red Cross website at www.redcross.org. Note: library services will be closed to the... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
How to talk to children about race, turmoil on TVwith the person they want to be.” Dr. Amit Sood, director of research in the M
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 hours ago
with the person they want to be.” Dr. Amit Sood, director of research in the Mayo Clinic Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, says, “Help them understand that most people are good, and emphasize it’s a few misguided people who can... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fabian Coulthard survives carnage as two young Supercars stars collideTodd Kelly's tyre explosion. McLaughlin's crude response was to be further inve
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
Todd Kelly's tyre explosion. McLaughlin's crude response was to be further investigated after the race. While he took his medicine, McLaughlin said he was "peeved off" by Van Gisbergen's aggressive move on the main straight when the safety car... Read more
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The Age
Fabian Coulthard survives carnage as two young Supercars stars collideTodd Kelly's tyre explosion. McLaughlin's crude response was to be further inve
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
Todd Kelly's tyre explosion. McLaughlin's crude response was to be further investigated after the race. While he took his medicine, McLaughlin said he was "peeved off" by Van Gisbergen's aggressive move on the main straight when the safety car... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
KishHealth Foundation set to host Twilight Garden PartyA Twilight Garden Party, benefiting Northwestern Medicine Hospice – DeKalb, wil
Daily Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
A Twilight Garden Party, benefiting Northwestern Medicine Hospice – DeKalb, will be held Sept. 14 in the Healing Gardens at Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb. KishHealth Foundation, part of Northwestern Medicine, will host the... Read more
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Goal.com
Alexander-Arnold to be rested by Klopphe added. "Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorte
Goal.com / Posted 6 hours ago
he added. "Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorted. He started again and was not. That's how medicine is. I have had situations like this. "For us it's another situation which is not perfect. We work on these things... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
A furry birthday celebrationof Love and Light (Save ALL) in three small homes, carried and hugged them, and
Manila Standard Today / Posted 6 hours ago
of Love and Light (Save ALL) in three small homes, carried and hugged them, and gave them treats. They also donated food, medicine, soap, and shampoo for the 11 rescued animals who are still in the clinic and for the 56 rescues in the... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Accusations fly as storm brews over pageantfor an LLB at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Her second runner-up,
Daily Dispatch / Posted 6 hours ago
for an LLB at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Her second runner-up, Aphiwe Mqunyana, is currently studying medicine at the Walter Sisulu University. They are both studying through the bursaries they received from the... Read more
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soccernews
Alexander-Arnold should expect to spend time on the benchhe added. “Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorte
soccernews / Posted 6 hours ago
he added. “Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorted. He started again and was not. That’s how medicine is. I have had situations like this. “For us it’s another situation which is not perfect. We work on these things... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Klopp to be cautious with Alexander-ArnoldHaving a rest and doing a program in the summer, he would be sorted. But he sta
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 6 hours ago
Having a rest and doing a program in the summer, he would be sorted. But he started again and was not. That's how medicine is. "I have had situations like this before. For us it's another situation which is not perfect. We work on these... Read more
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Soccer Way
Alexander-Arnold should expect to spend time on the bench - Klopp he added. "Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorte
Soccer Way / Posted 7 hours ago
he added. "Having a rest and doing a programme in the summer, he will be sorted. He started again and was not. That's how medicine is. I have had situations like this. "For us it's another situation which is not perfect. We work on these things... Read more
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New Kerala
Here's a peak at top gadgets guide for tech savvy senior citizens - newkerala news #2645245.0 is compatible with any TV set. It is available on Junglee.com at Rs.23, 800
New Kerala / Posted 7 hours ago
5.0 is compatible with any TV set. It is available on Junglee.com at Rs.23, 800 onwards. Lively Smartwatch sends basic medicine reminders, counts your steps, and has a button that alerts a Lively agent about a potential life-threatening... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Presidential Candidates Spar On Issuesfight graft but her government became consumed by the cancer. Under his watch h
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 hours ago
fight graft but her government became consumed by the cancer. Under his watch he said he will enforce what he called a bad medicine to end graft. "If we do not treat it radically, it will never go away. I will treat it with bad medicine. We must... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Cricket Australia devises new guidelines to curb injuries to fast bowlerswe know physiologically it needs some hours, days to repair itself, just like m
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 7 hours ago
we know physiologically it needs some hours, days to repair itself, just like muscles do,” CA’s sports science and sports medicine manager Alex Kountouris told Fairfax Media. “When you go to a gym and feel sore the next day, that’s the muscle... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Nine Belfast parks get lifesaving machinesthat he'd had a massive cardiac arrest, which was really shocking for the whole
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 hours ago
that he'd had a massive cardiac arrest, which was really shocking for the whole family," she said. "My two sons study medicine and we talked about what happened and from that we became aware of research which showed survival chances for a... Read more
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Aljazeera
ISIL's smouldering footprint in Qayyaraveterans of the Gulf War did see some immediate reactive airway diseases," said
Aljazeera / Posted 7 hours ago
veterans of the Gulf War did see some immediate reactive airway diseases," said Greg Gray of Duke University's School of Medicine, who authored medical reports on the long-term effects that the Kuwait oil fires had on US soldiers' health. Gray... Read more
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