Where AI in Medicine Falls Short Scientific American
I met Peter and his family, as I so often do with patients, at what I can only assume was one of the worst points in their lives. As an infant, Peter (whose details I ...
Psychiatrist loses license to practice medicine in Kansas San Francisco Chronicle
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — A suburban Kansas City psychiatrist has lost his license to practice medicine in Kanas after state regulators alleged he had sex ...
More than half of internal medicine graduates choosing primary care Medical Xpress
(HealthDay)—More than half of internal medicine graduates in 2016 and 2017 pursued a career in primary care, according to a study published online April 8 in ...
Members Move Medicine: Improving the culture of medicine American Medical Association
AMA member Avani K. Patel followed her grandfather's message of pursuing a career in which she felt the joy he felt helping people.
Ex-NJ Paramedic Sues for Wrongful Termination After Practicing Holistic Medicine on Patient - NBC 10 Philadelphia
Ex-NJ Paramedic Sues for Wrongful Termination After Practicing Holistic Medicine on Patient NBC 10 Philadelphia
A former New Jersey paramedic is suing a health care company for wrongful termination after he practiced holistic medicine on a patient who refused traditional ...
Kepecs named BJC investigator Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Adam Kepecs, PhD, recognized internationally for his research on neural circuits responsible for cognition and decision-making, has been named a BJC ...
Medicine shortages set to continue despite Brexit delay GP online
Medicine shortages are unlikely to improve as a result of Brexit being delayed healthcare leaders have said, after it was revealed that the number of drugs on a ...
Penn Medicine treats patients in first human CRISPR trial in the U.S. The Daily Pennsylvanian
Penn Medicine researchers have used the gene-editing technology CRISPR to treat two cancer patients in the first ever human trial with CRISPR in the United ...
UNLV School of Medicine Brings More Pediatric Surgeons to Southern Nevada UNLV NewsCenter
They cannot always say what's bothering them. They cannot always answer medical questions. They are not always patient during a medical examination.
Medicine Man Technologies Announces Record Revenue and 2018 Year-End Financial Results - New Cannabis Ventures
Medicine Man Technologies Announces Record Revenue and 2018 Year-End Financial Results New Cannabis Ventures
Company to Host Financial Results Conference Call and Update on Business Developments on Thursday, April 25, 2019, at 4:15 p.m. ET. DENVER, April 17 ...
WUSTL School of Medicine Pledges $100M in Scholarship Funding Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has pledged to provide $100 million in scholarship funding to cover the tuition for as many as half of its.
Eric Topol's Deep Medicine examines the use of AI in healthcare Fast Company
In his new book on the subject, top doctor Eric Topol impressively captures the challenges—practical and ethical—surrounding the use of AI in healthcare.
LA backs Newsom's plan on prescription medicine | National Herald-Mail Media
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Gov. Gavin Newsom's ambitious plan to rein in prescription drug costs through a statewide purchasing system — pooling the ...
Screening for breech presentation using universal late-pregnancy ultrasonography: A prospective cohort study and cost effectiveness analysis - PLoS Blogs
Screening for breech presentation using universal late-pregnancy ultrasonography: A prospective cohort study and cost effectiveness analysis PLoS Blogs
In their cohort study, David Wastlund and colleagues find that universal ultrasound scanning for breech presentation near term is associated with reduced ...
Seven days in medicine: 10-16 April 2019 The BMJ
BMJ 2019; 365 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l1782 (Published 18 April 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;365:l1782. Article · Related *content* · Metrics · Responses ...
Drug reduces risk of kidney failure in people with diabetes, study finds - Stanford Medical Center Report
Drug reduces risk of kidney failure in people with diabetes, study finds Stanford Medical Center Report
Canagliflozin, a drug approved to lower glucose levels in diabetic patients, can slow the progression of kidney disease, according to a study co-authored by a ...
When it Comes to Precision Medicine it's all About the Data Analytics Insight
The growth and advancement of precision medicine has been remarkable, its ultimate success is reliant upon the ability of scientists and clinicians to collaborate ...
Found: A Quack’s Medicine Bottles, Buried Behind a Haunted Hotel Atlas Obscura
Two months ago, a landscape artist stumbled upon a cache of hundreds of glass bottles buried behind Arkansas's purportedly haunted Crescent Hotel and Spa.
Here's how Penn Medicine is addressing innovation MedCity News
In a phone interview, chief innovation officer Roy Rosin discussed how Penn Medicine is approaching behavior change, allowing clinicians to receive needed ...
A Third of People With Cancer Use Alternative Medicine. Here's Why That Could Be Dangerous TIME
A third of cancer patients use alternative therapies like supplements and yoga. These are the benefits—and drawbacks.
Northwestern Medicine Surgeon Dr. Hsu speaks on Tiger Woods' post-surgery victory - WGN Radio - Chicago
Northwestern Medicine Surgeon Dr. Hsu speaks on Tiger Woods' post-surgery victory WGN Radio - Chicago
Tiger's back! Northwestern Medicine Surgeon Dr. Hsu talks to us all about Tiger Woods' recent comeback after his spinal surgery 2 years ago and the ...
Harlem Globetrotters name Emory Healthcare as official sports medicine provider Emory News Center
The Harlem Globetrotters have named Emory Healthcare as their official sports medicine provider. As part of the partnership, the team will have access to the ...
Worst states to practice medicine in 2019 MD Linx
Here are the 10 worst states for physicians to practice medicine in 2019, according to an MDLinx.com analysis.
19th-century medicine: Milk was used as a blood substitute for transfusions Big Think
Before we really had the scientific method pinned down, scientists used to just try out whatever hare-brained idea came to them. In this case, that hare-brained ...
Leukemia Protein Atlas Holds Power to Accelerate Precision Medicine - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Leukemia Protein Atlas Holds Power to Accelerate Precision Medicine Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Computational researchers develop a new protein atlas to accelerate personalized medicine endevaours for those suffering from AML.
Bryant Cameron Webb Examines The Confluence Of Medicine And Social Justice - Boise State Public Radio
Bryant Cameron Webb Examines The Confluence Of Medicine And Social Justice Boise State Public Radio
Dr. Bryant Cameron Webb of the University of Virginia School of Medicine was recently in Boise to lecture on the relationship between medical policy and social ...
Scam Awareness, Alzheimer Dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment Annals of Internal Medicine
Decreased scam awareness may be an early indicator of impending Alzheimer dementia and its precursor, mild cognitive impairment, but prior studies have not ...
Biological medicine roadshow kicks off - SHINE News Shine News
The roadshow is part of the Tech Express, which aims to turn ideas into products by connecting start.
Food, medicine shortages hit Cuba, raising fears of new crisis Las Vegas Review-Journal
Shortages hit Cuba, raising fears of new economic crisis. BAUTA, Cuba — Just after 8 a.m., Pura Castell got in line behind about 100 other people waiting for a ...
Minimally Disruptive Medicine 2018 Workshop: Fitting Care and the Patient Voice PostBulletin.com
Summer Allen, M.D., discusses fitting care and the patient voice at this plenary session from the 2018 workshop on minimally disruptive medicine (MDM). Hosted ...
Which Allergy Medicine Works Best in the Hudson Valley? wpdh.com
Spring allergy season is in full bloom in the Hudson Valley. To keep from sneezing, you should be using the right medicine for you.
Penn Medicine treats two cancer patients with gene-editing tool CRISPR PhillyVoice.com
Clinicians at the University of Pennsylvania have treated two cancer patients with CRISPR, a gene-editing technology that enables precise modifications to DNA.
Why Does Medicine Cost So Much? Here's How Drug Prices Are Set TIME
From 2007 to 2016, Mylan raised the list price of its EpiPen about 500%, from just under $100 to more than $600. From 2002 to 2013, insulin prices more than ...
UAE Ministry withdraws malaria medicine gulfnews.com
The Ministry of Health withdrew medicines for cough, arthritis and malaria.
Drug Sites Upend Doctor-Patient Relations: ‘It’s Restaurant-Menu Medicine’ The New York Times
A new wave of websites turns physicians into mere gatekeepers for popular lifestyle drugs, increasing public health risks, experts say. The sites say they ease ...
WVU Medicine receives Five Diamond Award from West Virginia Chamber of Commerce WVU Medicine
WVU Medicine has been recognized as a Five-Diamond Employer by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce. This designation recognizes outstanding ...
Closing the gender pay gap in medicine AAMCNews
Leaders in academic medicine have been working to address salary inequities. A new AAMC report highlights the progress made to date — and the challenges ...
Should A Nurse's Fatal Medical Error Be Prosecuted? : Shots - Health News NPR
A nurse was charged with reckless homicide and abuse after mistakenly giving a patient a fatal dose of the wrong medicine. Patient safety experts say this may ...
Gene-silencing: 'New class' of medicine reverses disease porphyria BBC News
Doctors have used a new type of medicine called "gene silencing" to reverse a disease that leaves people in crippling pain. The condition, acute intermittent ...
Texas Tech's School Of Medicine To Stop Considering Race In Admissions NPR
Texas Tech University's medical school has agreed to end its consideration of race in selecting candidates for admission, an outcome actively sought by the ...
Online Medicine On-Demand Sounds Easy, But There's A Downside : Shots - Health News NPR
If you're on Instagram or if you've taken the New York City subway lately, chances are you've heard of Hims, the men's health and wellness company with a ...
Centene Commits $100M To Personalized Medicine Research Forbes
Centene will contribute $100 million over the next decade to a partnership with Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis to “accelerate research ...
Here's why your medicine costs so much | Opinion PennLive.com
A little known, but hugely impactful, industry that significantly drives up the cost of prescription drugs in Pennsylvania took center stage last week as part of ...
The World Health Organization Gives the Nod to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Bad Idea - Scientific American
The World Health Organization Gives the Nod to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Bad Idea 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 ...
Watch Melissa Etheridge Perform ‘Medicine Show’ Songs on ‘CBS This Morning’ Rolling Stone
A day after releasing her new album The Medicine Show, Melissa Etheridge appeared on CBS This Morning to showcase a pair of tracks from her new LP as ...
U of T launches PRiME, a precision medicine initiative News@UofT
The University of Toronto has launched the Precision Medicine Initiative at U of T (PRiME), a new cross-institutional, multi-faculty effort that will leverage the ...
At WHO Forum on Medicines, countries and civil society push for greater transparency and fairer prices - World Health Organization
At WHO Forum on Medicines, countries and civil society push for greater transparency and fairer prices World Health Organization
At a global forum on fair pricing and access to medicines, delegates from governments and civil society organizations called for greater transparency around the ...
Missing man in need of medicine found WWBT NBC12 News
Orin B. Teasley, 49, of Richmond, was found around 7 a.m. Thursday morning.
Three Minute Thesis® Competition at Baylor College of Medicine Baylor College of Medicine News
The winners of Baylor College of Medicine's first 3MT® Competition talked about retinal regeneration, muscle wasting and deep brain stimulation.
The Things That Count: Clinic Offers Therapy In Integrative Medicine Practices - LEX18 Lexington KY News
The Things That Count: Clinic Offers Therapy In Integrative Medicine Practices LEX18 Lexington KY News
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Donoff to step down as dean of Harvard School of Dental Medicine Harvard Gazette
Bruce Donoff, dean of Harvard School of Dental Medicine for 28 years, announced today that he will step down from the position effective Jan. 1, 2020.
Addressing weight bias in medicine - Harvard Health Blog Harvard Health
You happen to be among the two-thirds of Americans with overweight and obesity (defined as a body mass index of 25 or greater), and you are just thrilled to go ...
Medicine Man Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS: MDCL) Stock On A Bull Run Insider Financial
Shares of Medicine Man Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS: MDCL) have been tearing up the charts all year. Earlier this month, the stock blasted through the $2.50 ...
Texas Tech School of Medicine will not consider race in admissions process, per agreement with Trump administration - CNN
Texas Tech School of Medicine will not consider race in admissions process, per agreement with Trump administration CNN
The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine will not consider race or national origin as a factor in its admissions process, according to ...
Grasping the multidimensional narrative of Topol's 'Deep Medicine' STAT
Eric Topol's "Deep Medicine" mimics the direction the author wants medicine to take — to become more comprehensive, personal, effective, and humane.
Q&A: Could modern medicine have saved Abraham Lincoln? BBC History Magazine
Abraham Lincoln was shot at point-blank range on 14 April 1865 by John Wilkes Booth. Would modern medicine have been able to save the president?
Take Your Medicine: This $1.5 Billion Health Startup’s Smart Pills Keep Patients From Forgetting - Forbes
Take Your Medicine: This $1.5 Billion Health Startup’s Smart Pills Keep Patients From Forgetting Forbes
Are patients taking their medications correctly, and are the medicines working? A handful of digital health startups tries to make it easier to tell -- say, ...
Scientists advance creation of 'artificial lymph node' to fight cancer, other diseases EurekAlert
In a proof-of-principle study in mice, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine report the creation of a specialized gel that acts like a lymph node to successfully ...
FAMU Black Archives opens exhibit honoring pioneers in medicine, science WCTV
The Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum unveiled a new exhibit highlighting African American pioneers in ...
Venezuela accepts first batch of aid from Red Cross amid medicine shortage Sky News
The healthcare system in Venezuela has been described as in "utter collapse" by a Human Rights Watch report.
AACOM President And CEO Answers Your Top Osteopathic Medicine Questions Forbes
More colleges of osteopathic medicine (COMs) in the U.S. are getting accredited, and significant changes are coming to the medical education field. To learn ...
FBI investigating theft of artwork from Penn Medicine building PhillyVoice.com
The FBI's Art Crime Team is investigating the theft of a $1600 work of from Penn Medicine's Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine.
Thief Steals Artist’s Collage Of License Plates From Penn Medicine’s Perelman Center In Broad Daylight - CBS Philly
Thief Steals Artist’s Collage Of License Plates From Penn Medicine’s Perelman Center In Broad Daylight CBS Philly
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – An unusual piece of artwork is now in the wrong hands. It was stolen off a wall in University City. Tim Barton is a nuclear engineer, but ...
Ethical challenges of Personalized Medicine considered at Vatican workshop Vatican News
Personalized Medicine represents a revolution in medical science and raises several ethical challenges, says Professor Yechiel Michael Barilan.
FDA developing new rules for artificial intelligence in medicine - STAT STAT
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it is developing a framework for regulating artificial intelligence products used in medicine that ...
WHO Forum on Medicines Calls for Fair Prices IDN InDepthNews | Analysis That Matters
JOHANNESBURG (IDN) – Ensuring healthy lives and promoting the well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development, according to the Sustainable ...
Big variation in French non-prescription medicine cost Non-prescription medication in France can vary in - The Connexion
Big variation in French non-prescription medicine cost Non-prescription medication in France can vary in The Connexion
Non-prescription medication in France can vary in cost by as much as 300% - even for medication bought online - a rural family association has claimed, as it ...
Investors are starting to bet big on psychedelic medicine CNBC
A life sciences company called ATAI just got a group of investors together to fund research and development into the therapeutic uses of psychedelics.
New method may transport medicine better through the body Science Daily
One of the major challenges in fighting inflammation is to get the medicine transported properly through the body. Now, chemists propose a new method for drug ...
Doctors use HIV to develop 'cure' for 'bubble boy' disease Montana Standard
Dannie Hawkins dreamed for her precious baby nephew, Ja'Ceon Golden, to experience the simple joys of childhood — swimming in pools during the summer, ...
Emergency Room Doc Who Euthanized Elderly Woman Can Never Practice Medicine Again LifeNews.com
At issue was a decision by medical officials to strike Nicolas Bonnemaison from its medical register as a general practitioner following claims he caused the ...
UW Changes Lives: Veterinary Medicine keeps state's dairy cows — and workers — healthy - University of Wisconsin-Madison
UW Changes Lives: Veterinary Medicine keeps state's dairy cows — and workers — healthy University of Wisconsin-Madison
From February through June, we will be highlighting the ways that UW–Madison changes lives for the better throughout the state of Wisconsin. March's theme is ...
Addiction Medicine Lures A New Generation Of Idealistic Doctors : Shots - Health News NPR
Once a tiny specialty that drew mostly psychiatrists, addiction medicine is expanding its accredited training to include residents from specialties like family ...
Targeting cancer and careers: Precision Medicine Science Magazine
Job opportunities abound for researchers and clinicians in cancer precision medicine who are at home collecting and analyzing big data.
Medicine Ball Caravan: April 17, 2019 KRVS
New music from local powerhouse combo, Brass Mimosa debuts today on THE MEDICINE BALL CARAVAN on KRVS (11am-noon Central Standard on 88.7FM ...
A doctor's hopes for digital medicine - The AI will see you now The Economist
Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again. By Eric Topol.Basic Books; 400 pages; $17.99. FOR ALL the technological ...
Breakthrough in medicine: Israeli researchers print live heart Ynetnews
Researchers believe within a decade, it will be possible to print all human organs using tissue taken from patients so that organ transplants will be a thing of the ...
Foundation Medicine, Flatiron Health Publish Clinical Validity of Clinico-Genomics Database - GenomeWeb
Foundation Medicine, Flatiron Health Publish Clinical Validity of Clinico-Genomics Database GenomeWeb
In the JAMA study, researchers confirmed the previously known clinical and genomic features of NSCLC patients in their large clinico-genomics database.
Blocking protein's activity restores cognition in old mice Stanford Medical Center Report
Neuroscientist Tony Wyss-Coray and his team discovered that they were able to improve the cognitive function of older mice after blocking a protein on brain ...
Greater transparency, fairer prices for medicines 'a global human rights issue', says UN health agency - UN News
Greater transparency, fairer prices for medicines 'a global human rights issue', says UN health agency UN News
While developing countries have long struggled with the price of medicines, today's costs have rendered it a world-wide challenge, and the key topic of concern ...
Star Gala benefit event to raise funds for genomic medicine KARE11.com
MINNEAPOLIS — Annie Waters, vice president of foundation operations at Children's Minnesota, joined us to discuss genomic medicine and how Children's is ...
The Future Is Here: University Of Kentucky Sports Medicine Program Will Help Jockeys Ride Safer, Better, Healthier - Horse Racing News - Paulick Report
The Future Is Here: University Of Kentucky Sports Medicine Program Will Help Jockeys Ride Safer, Better, Healthier - Horse Racing News Paulick Report
Any longtime rider of horses will tell you: It's not a question of whether you will fall off but when. For jockeys, the question becomes not whether they'll get hurt, ...
Can AI Make Medicine More Personal? Science Friday
When you go to the doctor's office, it can sometimes seem like wait times are getting longer while facetime with your doctor is getting shorter. In his book, Deep ...
Does Medicine Really Expire? Live Science
Drugmakers set expiration dates to guarantee a medicine's safety and full potency. How long a drug actually remains effective is often a matter of debate.
Bolivia Seizes Black Market Medicine Insightcrime.org
Customs authorities in Bolivia have seized nearly two tons of contraband medicine to begin 2019, highlighting the scale of the illegal industry.
Tuition-free medical school: How the NYU School of Medicine is going tuition-free - 60 Minutes - CBS News
Tuition-free medical school: How the NYU School of Medicine is going tuition-free - 60 Minutes CBS News
One of the top medical schools in the United States is going tuition-free. Lesley Stahl reports on how and why they're doing it.
Friends of WVU Hospitals to donate $500K to WVU Medicine Children's "Grow Children's" Capital Campaign - WVU Medicine
Friends of WVU Hospitals to donate $500K to WVU Medicine Children's "Grow Children's" Capital Campaign WVU Medicine
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Friends of WVU Hospitals Board of Directors announced today (April 10) a pledge of $500,000 to the WVU Medicine Children's ...
Can machines make medicine better — and more humane? The Washington Post
Cardiologist Eric Topol explores the benefits of artificial intelligence in medicine.
Daily Dose: What Medicine Should You Take For IBS? news9.com KWTV
In the nearly 20 years since 12 students and a teacher were killed at Columbine, 122 people have died in mass school shootings across the country. Thursday ...
KY Sports Medicine Lab Includes Jockey Health Emphasis BloodHorse.com
The Jockey and Equestrian Initiative, part of the world-class Sports Medicine Research Institute at the University of Kentucky, aims to conduct research on jockey ...
Extending Human Longevity With Regenerative Medicine Singularity Hub
The goal is to restore our body's natural regenerative capacity, which could address some of the root causes of age-associated disease.
I'm trying to reverse African-Americans' distrust of medicine one… STAT
Erasing decades of distrust won't be easy, and it won't happen suddenly. Collecting better-matched blood for patients with sickle cell disease is a start.
Artificial intelligence's inroads in medicine on display at Datapalooza STAT
WASHINGTON — From pathology labs to intensive care units, artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly direct role in the diagnosis and treatment of ...
How Editas Medicine Could Make You Better (and Richer) The Motley Fool
Over the course of The Motley Fool's 26-year history, one of its guiding principles has been to look for the positive side of the story. The best stocks, services, and ...
Stanford Medicine licenses Google Glass-based autism tech to Cognoa MobiHealthNews
The AI-enabled Superpower Glass system was recently shown to improve socialization skills among children with autism spectrum disorder.
Docs gone wild: The risks and rewards of wilderness medicine AAMCNews
Everest base camp. The ice cap of Greenland. Deep-sea diving destinations. With the growing popularity of adventure tourism and extreme sports comes the ...
Amid blood pressure medicine shortage, take tainted losartan, says FDA USA TODAY
As various lots of blood pressure medication have been recalled, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is giving patients an odd suggestion: Go ahead, and ...
A third of cancer patients turn to alternative medicine - but many do not tell their doctor - Daily Mail
A third of cancer patients turn to alternative medicine - but many do not tell their doctor Daily Mail
Lead author Nina Sanford, MD, said there should be policies that make it compulsory for doctors to discuss complementary medicines with cancer patients so ...
In Praise of 'Precision Health,' Not Just Precision Medicine Fortune
Lloyd Minor, dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine, wants to hear a little less chatter about precision medicine and a little more about “precision ...
Digital medicine startups are booming. What are the side effects? Fast Company
Direct-to-consumer medicine companies like Hims and Hubble certainly have an appeal, but are they truly safe for patients?
Affordable Drugs: Saving Money by Splitting Pills
One of the least appreciated cost-savers in medical treatment is the simple act of splitting pills. Suppose you're a U.
Lipitor Side Effects
Lipitor is a drug intended to help lower cholesterol. The generic name for this brand-name medication is atorvastatin.
Prevent Foot Problems When Walking
Americans are on the go. According to a NSGA Survey, 71 million American adults are exercise walkers, making walking the top sport in the United States.
Zyprexa is an antipsychotic medication that works by changing the actions of chemicals in the brain. Zyprexa is used to treat the symptoms of psychotic conditions such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Modern Medicine Has Extended Life - BUT 9 Out of 10 People Say Its a Miserable Extension!
Sit down in a quiet place alone and take a minute to notice how you really feel inside and out? Would you consider yourself in good health or living a slow death you call life? As you sit quietly observing yourself, pay attention to the signs and symptoms of your body. Notice the things you've been ignoring such as a low-grade headache that rarely ceases, aching joints, slightly blurred vision, a bulging stomach, sagging chin, no zest for life or maybe a definite feeling of being bone tired and constantly in pain somewhere.
How to Tell If Online Consultations Are Right For You
As computers, Internet and technology have become increasingly more available and accepted, so have the applications for using them. Online consultations are something that is becoming more widely used by both medical professionals and those seeking medical advice.
Potassium and The Dialysis Patient
Any dialysis patient who has had a brush with high potassium will know only too well how dangerous this can be. We are forever being told to watch our potassium intake, so I thought I would explore the reasons for this, and what practical steps we can take to limit the risks.
4 Reasons Why You Should Use Canadian Pharmacies
Let's face it: purchasing prescription drugs in the U.S.
Three Questions People Are Asking About Health Care in America
Q. Why is there so may uninsured people in America?A.
Hypothermia - The Cold Facts
If you ever go to cold countries, you should undoubtedly have heard of Hypothermia. If you haven't, you should learn something about it.
rX My Heart and Hope to Die
This must be a mistake! How could his drug costs rise from $150 a month to $1101 in just three weeks? My hands shook while I read the pharmacy bill.There was no mistake.
Acid Reflux and Your Diet
There is an undeniable connection between the occurrence of acid reflux and diet. Everything in your body has a delicate balance.
Generic DrugsGeneric Online Pharmacies started making a big impact on the net since the mid to late 90's. This has allowed the prescription drug buyer to save hundreds with the click of a mouse.
Three Antioxidants (ginko biloba, grade seed extract, and selenium) for Alzheimers Treatment
Checklist of Treatments for Alzheimer's DiseasePart 3 of 83. Three Antioxidants: ginko biloba, selenium, grape seed extract.
How To Locate An Alcohol Rehabilitation Center In California
Alcohol rehab in California refers to the centers that help people in California to get rid of the menace of alcoholism.Prevalence of alcoholism is increasing in California therefore more people are looking for Alcohol rehabilitation facilities in California.
Lunesta Personality Changes
Lunesta is a newly released sleeping pill. Marketed as a revolutionary sleep aid, Lunesta is the only medication approved by the FDA for long term treatment of insomnia symptoms.
Toenail Fungus: Tips For Treatment
The medical term for toenail fungus is "onychomycosis," pronounced on * EE * ko * my * ko * sis. Despite the commonly used term "fungal toenails", onychomycosis describes both fungus and yeast infections in the nail.
Who Else Wants General Information on Arthritis?
Today there are about 70 million Americans with arthritis?that's one person out of every four who suffer both pain and the expense of this crippling disease. In one year alone, arthritis will be responsible for over half a billion dollars in lost wages.
How To Medically Treat Nail Fungus
Warning: This article is for information only and can not be used to supplement your doctor's advice. You should contact your doctor for nail fungus treatment.
Whats a Good Arthritis Medicine for Me, Doctor?
Pain is the body's warning signal that something is wrong. If the pain is due to overuse or arthritis there are many things to consider.
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