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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 www.sew-beautiful.us/pillproof

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 MDNationwide.org.

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: www.medicalassistant.us

?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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How Florida's Plan To Import Medicine From Canada Could Work : Shots - Health News  NPR

In Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill last week that, if federal authorities give it their go-ahead — still a very big if — would allow his state to import ...

Mail-Order Medicine: Prescribe With Caution  Medscape

A California physician surrendered his license after prescribing drugs with only the patient information from an online questionnaire, and there are still ...

'Food Is Medicine' Report Outlines Menu Of Options  WBUR

At a time when consumers are paying more attention to nutrition and the source of their food, the state could do more to integrate food into health care as a way ...

Sports Medicine Market Worth $9.1 Billion by 2024 - Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™  Yahoo Finance

CHICAGO, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the new market research report "Sports Medicine Market by Product (Body Reconstruction (Arthroscopy ...

New $10M sports medicine center in Allen brings together injury prevention, treatment and training  Dallas News

A new $10 million sports medicine and fitness facility at Texas Health's Allen campus will bring athletes, doctors and trainers to one location.The...

Vital medicine supplies at risk if UK crashes out of EU, MPs warned  The Guardian

Shortages could occur within weeks of no-deal Brexit, pharmaceutical industry says.

What does personalised medicine mean for you?  BBC News

Technology is making it possible to tailor treatments to ever smaller groups of patients.

The ER Overcharged Me, So I Gave Them A Taste Of Their Own Medicine  HuffPost

I'm through with the days when a giant company can make a mistake, and then I have to call their corporate support center and wait on hold for hours or escalate ...

Rezzies in Medicine: The new adventures of Native physicians - IndianCountryToday.com  News Maven

Or, in English, “As a member of the medical profession: I solemnly pledge to dedicate my life to the *service* of humanity.” Native people have always been ...

WVU Medicine Children's Pediatric Urology climbs 12 spots in national US News & World Report rankings  WVU Medicine

Pediatric Urology at WVU Medicine Children's has again been nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report, this year coming in at 30th in the...

Most metastatic colorectal cancers have spread before diagnosis  Stanford Medical Center Report

Colorectal cancers often spread before the initial tumor is detected, according to a new Stanford study. Identifying patients in whom early metastasis is likely ...

Stillwater nursing home worker facing charges after allegedly stealing patients’ medicine  KFOR Oklahoma City

STILLWATER, Okla. - A Stillwater nursing home worker is facing charges after she allegedly stole medicine meant for patients, including one patient with ...

Removing portraits — a mistaken approach to promoting diversity in medicine  The Boston Globe

The walls were entirely bare. Thirty-one oil portraits of medical and scientific leaders that had made the room distinctive were gone. Images of Harvey Cushing, ...

It's 'Lazy Medicine' When Doctors Blame Everything on Your Weight  Yahoo News

Elizabeth Pidgeon describes what she calls, "lazy medicine," as doctors continue to blame most of her health conditions on her weight.

Business Icon Wordsworth Supports NC State Veterinary Medicine  NC State News

Alumnus Jerry Wordsworth supports the Think and Do the Extraordinary campaign with a gift to the College of Veterinary Medicine.

As price of insulin soars, Americans caravan to Canada for lifesaving medicine  The Washington Post

As their minivan rolled north, they felt their nerves kick in — but they kept on driving. At the wheel: Lija Greenseid, a rule-abiding Minnesota mom steering her ...

James Wyngaarden, former chair of Medicine and NIH director, has died  Duke Today

James B. Wyngaarden, MD, professor emeritus and former chair of the Duke Department of Medicine as well as former director of the National Institutes of ...

Q&A: What is medical anthropology? How does it complement traditional medicine?  The Jewish News of Northern California

In her career as a medical anthropologist, Sharon Kaufman, 71, has done extensive research into why individuals, their families and physicians often choose to ...

Tower Health and College of Medicine Break Ground on New Four-Year Regional Campus - DrexelNow  Drexel Now

Tower Health and Drexel University held a groundbreaking ceremony on June 17 for the Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health four- year ...

Stillwater nursing home worker accused of stealing patients' medicine  Stillwater News Press

A Stillwater woman, Danelle Lynne Lee, 39, was charged with unlawful delivery of a dangerous substance and abuse by caretaker after she allegedly took ...

Stories are the currency of medicine  STAT

Passionately attending to these narratives allows me to empathically connect with my patients and to stay resilient in the face of suffering.

Canada can't be New York's medicine cabinet  Crain's New York Business

Connected by 445 miles of land and sea border, Canada and New York enjoy a long and deep trade partnership. Canada is New York's No. 1 customer and ...

Big Pharma active in blocking patients from affordable medicine  mySanAntonio.com

Across the country, millions of patients are struggling to afford lifesaving medications. Skyrocketing prescription drug prices and price-gouging efforts by the big ...

Precision Medicine: A Diagnosis of Inclusion in IBS  Pharmacy Times

Following a discussion on the differential diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome [IBS], experts consider how identification methods are becoming more accurate.

Elite Family Medicine in Columbus hosts open house and ribbon cutting  WTVM

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - A new medical clinic in Columbus hosted its open house and ribbon cutting on Tuesday. Elite Family Medicine, located at 850 ...

Radford alternative medicine therapist charged with 64 counts of practicing without a license  Roanoke Times

A Radford alternative medicine practitioner was arrested Monday on dozens of charges tied to performing procedures without a proper license.

New branch in medicine's ivory tower: scholar of wellness  American Medical Association

To establish a group of experts to help reduce physician burnout and improve well-being, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine created a new ...

Precision Medicine Will Rely on Proteins, Not Just DNA | GEN  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Like an oasis in the desert, the splendor of precision medicine seems perpetually on the horizon. Even as technological advances bring genome sequencing ...

How Doctors And Researchers With Disabilities Are Changing Medicine : Shots - Health News  NPR

Bonnielin Swenor has dedicated her life to helping vision-impaired patients. She also has low vision herself — and she is fighting to increase the presence of ...

Texas Tech Celebrates Funding, School of Veterinary Medicine  Bovine Veterinarian

The appropriation included language directing Texas Tech to use funds to initiate curriculum design and development, faculty recruitment and other processes ...

Laughter really is the best medicine? In many ways, that’s no joke.  Washington Post

Health experts and comics explain why humor can keep you going strong even in old age.

How Nanotech Powers Precision Medicine  Scientific American

When we think of medical breakthroughs, our minds often turn to new drugs and treatments. However, innovations in biomaterials and medicine delivery ...

Nyberg: ITP patient creates 'Medi-Teddy' to make IV medicine seem less frightening  WTNH.com

12-year-old Ella Casano of Fairfield hopes her invention changes the lives of children around the world who have to have infusions.

Gaza unemployment soars as medicine stocks hit zero  The Electronic Intifada

As Qatar delivered $20 million in cash to aid impoverished families in Gaza on Sunday, a shortage of essential medicines threatens the lives of patients in the ...

New program tests which medicine will work best on a tumor  FOX 46 Charlotte

When you're diagnosed with a cancerous tumor, chemotherapy is often the first line of defense, but there's a new way to find out which medicine would work best ...

David Geffen School of Medicine names 2019 winner of Switzer Prize  UCLA Newsroom

Dr. Zhijian (James) Chen of the UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas will be the 2019 recipient of the Switzer Prize, awarded by the David Geffen School of ...

Call the Vet! Rural Veterinary Medicine Is Struggling  Successful Farming

About 500 counties in the U.S. are underserved by a veterinarian, mainly in rural areas. There are shortages in 44 states, the highest number since tracking ...

Unsafe medicines stolen in Italy 'entered NHS supply chain'  The Guardian

Medical authorities in Britain have launched an internal inquiry after unsafe medicines for common conditions were stolen from Italian hospitals, sold to UK ...

SIGMOLECS®: The Most Advanced Technology Available for Regenerative Medicine  Business Wire

LUGANO, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Contrad Swiss, a pharmaceutical company focused on breakthrough, innovative products that reframe the world of ...

Your Money: Cancer causing chemical found in medicine, tobacco profits, Disney  WAVE 3

A cancer causing chemical may have been found in blood pressure medicine. And tobacco profits could go up in smoke with a new rule from the government.

California man injured in Yellow Medicine County accident  West Central Tribune

CLARKFIELD – A California man was injured in a one-vehicle rollover accident Tuesday night in Yellow Medicine County. The incident was reported at 8:21 ...

OU College of Medicine reports research  Journal Record

Researchers from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine have published a research study that reveals how cachexia is triggered, setting the stage for.

Thirty-year plan for emergency medicine  Irish Medical Times

A strategy document proposing a future vision for emergency medicine for the next 30 years is to be drawn up by the Irish Association of Emergency Medicine ...

Medicine Ball Caravan: June 18, 2019  KRVS

Tuesday's MEDICINE BALL CARAVAN on KRVS (11am-noon Central Standard on 88.7FM locally or krvs.org ) revisits an interview from the year 2000 with the ...

Science of practising medicine - Letters  The Star Online

DOCTORS have always been men and women of science. While no definitive timeline exists, it is possible to point to two distinct eras in medicine. The first is the ...

Biotech CEO Sheila Gujrathi: best advice for doctors leaving medicine  Business Insider

Sheila Gujrathi trained as a physician at Stanford and Harvard before deciding "to shift careers and explore alternate career paths," she said in an interview.

Two genes implicated in development of prostate enlargement  Stanford Medical Center Report

Stanford scientists have identified a genetic signature that signals enlarged prostate tissue. The discovery has helped them find possible drivers of the condition.

New system could cause delays for 15,000 patients seeking special medicines  BreakingNews.ie

Some 15,000 people suffering from chronic illnesses may face delays in receiving their medicines due to a new ordering system for special drugs brought about ...

Mount Sinai to launch $100M center dedicated to AI, precision medicine  FierceHealthcare

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai announced plans to open the Hamilton and Amabel James Center for Artificial Intelligence and Human Health in ...

Todd Williams '94 is Chief Strategy Officer at Medicine Man Technologies  DePauw University

Todd Williams, a 1994 graduate of DePauw University, has joined Medicine Man Technologies, Inc. (OTCQX: MDCL) as chief strategy officer. The company is a ...

What if AI in health care is the next asbestos?  STAT

I think of machine learning kind of as asbestos,” one speaker said, explaining that AI in medicine could turn out to be as harmful as it is promising.

Iran exports medicine to 30 countries  Tehran Times

TEHRAN- Iranian medicines are exported to 30 countries, announced the acting director of Food and Drug Administration.

FDA Overlooked Red Flags In Drugmaker’s Testing of New Depression Medicine  Kaiser Health News

In March, a chemical cousin of the anesthetic and club drug ketamine was approved for the treatment of patients with intractable depression. But critics say ...

DiMe: Calling all who serve in digital medicine  STAT

A new professional society aims to bring together clinicians, ethicists, engineers, cybersecurity professionals, and others working in digital medicine.

Assuring Gender Safety and Equity in Health Care  Annals of Internal Medicine

TIME'S UP, a national effort to ensure workplace safety and equity, was launched in 2018 in response to allegations of sexual harassment and assault by ...

Cannabis is medicine — don't make it taste good - Harvard Health Blog  Harvard Health

The increasing availability of cannabis-containing edibles has fueled debate about their safety. As emergency visits rise for treatment related to edibles, some ...

Chinese medicine gains WHO acceptance but it has many critics  CNN

(CNN) Herbal remedies have been used by healers around the world for centuries to prevent and treat disease. But it's in China that the practice has been most ...

How red-baiting in medicine did lasting harm to Americans’ health care  Washington Post

Driving the left out of medicine has hurt the cause of universal health care.

Medicine Man Technologies Continues Marijuana Business Acquisition Spree | Westword  Westword

A week after announcing plans to purchase two different commercial marijuana operations in Colorado, Medicine Man Technologies revealed an agreement to ...

Medicine shortages because government stopped buying: pharma industry  Mexico News Daily

Public hospitals and healthcare clinics continue to face medicine shortages, according to a pharmaceutical industry leader who also says the federal ...

USPTO Denies Foundation Medicine Attempt to Invalidate Guardant Health Patent  GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The US Patent and Trademark Office has denied an attempt by Foundation Medicine to invalidate a patent held by Guardant ...

Faculty of Medicine researchers among new and renewed Canada Research Chairs - UBC Faculty  UBC Faculty of Medicine

Over $275 million was invested for 346 new and renewed Chairs at 52 institutions across Canada.

Sports medicine specialty finds home in Pearland with area growth, young athletes  Community Impact Newspaper

Jun 17, 2019: As the sports medicine industry starts to grow, more centers are popping up in Pearland. Memorial.

Used as a natural Viagra in Chinese medicine, seahorse numbers are declining  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) In a row of shops in Sheung Wan, on the western side of Hong Kong Island, the seahorses are stored in plastic boxes and glass jars, their ...

Study: Your gut microbiome could change how you metabolize medicines  STAT

The new study shows that gut microbes may impact how strong an effect a medicine has as well as its potential side effects.

Bihar: Petition filed against Nitish Kumar, Harsh Vardhan for supplying fake medicine in hospitals  Business Standard

Read more about Bihar: Petition filed against Nitish Kumar, Harsh Vardhan for supplying 'fake medicine' in hospitals on Business Standard. A petition was filed ...

How to bring preprints to the charged field of medicine  Nature.com

MedRxiv launches with beefed up screening processes to allay concerns about risks of publishing unvetted clinical research.

Yearly medical camps provide free medicine to the poor  Dhaka Tribune

Hundreds of patients receive treatment and medicine from the camp.

What is fetal tissue research? And why is it important to medicine?  NBCNews.com

The Trump administration is cutting back funding for research involving fetal tissue. What is fetal tissue and why is it important for medical research?

Mary Lanham, Academic Medicine Veteran, to Lead UHealth and Miller School Marketing and Communications  Miami's Community Newspapers

Mary Lanham, a senior professional with more than 20 years' experience in strategic marketing and communications management in academic medicine, will ...

Windsor's Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic to be discontinued in November  CTV News Windsor

Windsor Regional Hospital is announcing will not be continuing its hospital based Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic after Nov. 1, 2019.

Government policy interventions to reduce human antimicrobial use: A systematic review and evidence map  PLoS Blogs

In a systematic review, Susan Rogers Van Katwyk and colleagues assess policy interventions intended to reduce antimicrobial overuse.

Out-of-pockets costs: Medicine's biggest problem and government and industry's biggest opportunity | TheHill  The Hill

There is a consensus across the health-care sector and in Washington that the system by which medicines are paid for is broken.

Cardiovascular Events in White Coat Hypertension  Annals of Internal Medicine

The long-term cardiovascular risk of isolated elevated office blood pressure (BP) is unclear. Purpose: To summarize the risk for cardiovascular events and ...

Drug development innovations that work: Precision medicine (Part 3 in a series)  BioPharma Dive

Precision medicine development is on the rise. These drugs, which target specific genetic, molecular and cellular markers and provide patients with ...

Tester Ramps up Pressure on Interior to Safeguard Badger-Two Medicine  Flathead Beacon

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on Thursday ramped up pressure on Interior Department officials with a resolution to furnish permanent protections on the Badger-Two ...

Stanford Medicine magazine brings joy of discovery into focus  Stanford Medical Center Report

The new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine highlights fundamental research at Stanford and the many ways in which scientists are exploring the science of ...

4th carcinogen found in blood pressure medicine; recall list updated June 2019  OregonLive

Yet another carcinogen has been found in blood pressure medications used by millions.

U.S. regulators approve most expensive medicine ever: $2.1 million to treat fatal disease in babies  CBS News

The newly approved treatment targets defective gene that weakens a child's muscles so quickly they're unable to move.

Weekly contact with pharmacist improves medicine adherence in people with heart failure  The Pharmaceutical Journal

Regular consultations with pharmacists lead to improved medicine adherence in people with chronic heart failure (HF), research results show.

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield West Virginia and WVU Medicine announce agreement on multi-year contract  WVU Medicine

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield West Virginia (Highmark West Virginia) and WVU Medicine today (June 5) announced a long-term contract with WVU ...

Physical Health Consequences of Abortion Versus Childbirth  Annals of Internal Medicine

Research demonstrates worse short-term morbidity and mortality associated with childbirth than with abortion, but little research has examined long-term ...

America's Largest Retailer Sued For Selling Fake Medicine  Forbes

The United States' largest retailer has been sued for medical fraud. In a lawsuit filed in the District of Columbia, the Center for Inquiry (CFI) alleges that Walmart ...

6 residents graduate from Bingham's Internal Medicine Residency Program  East Idaho News

The following is a news release from Bingham Memorial Hospital. BLACKFOOT – On Saturday morning, a graduation ceremony was held for six medical ...

A Doctor Speaks Out About Ageism In Medicine  Kaiser Health News

A frank conversation with geriatrician and author Dr. Louise Aronson about medicine's biased treatment of older adults and what needs to change.

America too dependent on China for its medicine, experts warn  Fox News

Experts are warning America has become too dependent on China for its medicine -- everything from painkillers, to antibiotics, and even aspirin can all be ...

Fight the fakes: how to beat the $200bn medicine counterfeiters  The Guardian

Armed with blockchain and AI, health workers and campaigners are battling the bogus business that kills thousands, says Helen Lock.

Too Many Medicines Simply Don't Work  Bloomberg

A pair of new studies sheds light on an old problem: Some things doctors do are useless. Some are even harmful.

Major stem cell discovery to boost research into development and regenerative medicine: Expanded Potential Stem Cell lines of pig and human cells established  Science Daily

A new approach has enabled researchers to create Expanded Potential Stem Cells (EPSCs) of both pig and human cells. The research has incredible potential ...

Fentanyl overdose deaths: Why was this doctor allowed to study and practice medicine?  USA TODAY

We are ashamed that William Husel managed to become a doctor. Applicants with serious criminal behavior in their pasts do not belong in medicine.

Old Crow Medicine Show Perform 'Old Town Road' Americana Style  Taste of Country

"Old Town Road" is reaching all corners of music, even traditional country and Americana. Lil Nas X's massive hit got the Old Crow Medicine Show treatment ...

Medicine needs to embrace open source  ZDNet

The expensive and abusive pharmaceutical industry needs to open up to improve everyone's health.

Local 'alternative medicine' therapist charged with performing acts without license  WSET

RADFORD, Va. (WSET) -- An alternativemedicine therapist in Radford is facing 64 indictments. The Radford City Police Department arrested 66-year-old Martin ...

Trade War With China Threatens To Make Problems With Generic Medicine Worse  Forbes

More evidence emerges that our reliance on generic medicine from China and India puts us all at risk.

Dr. John's trippy cure was the right medicine  CNN

The New Orleans boogie-woogie pianist (aka Mac Rebennack) was so much more than a one-hit-wonder, serving up a heady mélange of rhythm-and-blues, ...

BioMarin Announces New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Vosoritide Phase 2 Study Showing Sustained Annualized Growth Up to 42 Months in Children with Achondroplasia  PRNewswire

SAN RAFAEL, Calif., June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. (NASDAQ:BMRN) announced that the New England Journal of Medicine ...

Stanford physicians train fire departments in latest emergency medicine techniques  Stanford Medical Center Report

The Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine is working with nine local fire departments to ensure that crews learn the latest protocols for treating ...

The World Health Organization's decision about traditional Chinese medicine could backfire  Nature.com

Traditional therapies have been included in a global diagnostic compendium. That comes with risks.

Cannabis, medicine and the law  Irish Times

Sir, – Many of your readers are aware of the arguments for and against the legalisation of cannabis. What many of your readers will not be aware of is why the ...

Aging delayed in older mice given blood component from young mice  Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

New research has identified a novel approach to staving off the detrimental effects of aging, according to a study from Washington University School of Medicine ...

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