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CKNW Future of Work Series: What's next for the field of medicine?
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When it comes to the Future of Work in the field of medicine, it makes sense to focus on the two main groups of people in the field: doctors and nurses. “Yes, things have changed and we really have been responsive to the needs of British Columbians ...

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Ars Technica

Drugs already in medicine cabinets may fight dementia, early data suggests
Ars Technica
Tried, true, and FDA-approved drugs for cancer and depression—already in medicine cabinets—may also be long-sought treatments for devastating brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and other forms of dementia, according to a new study in ...



Casper Star-Tribune Online

Centuries-old Medicine Wheel draws thousands to national forest in Wyoming
Casper Star-Tribune Online
The most common Crow story is about how Burnt Face, a handsome young Crow, fell into the fire while entering his mother's tepee. Embarrassed of his severely burned face, he left his people to live in the mountains, where he built the Medicine Wheel ...



STAT

In science and medicine, diversity shouldn't be optional - Stat
STAT
If we are mindful about including, preparing, and advocating for often-difficult conversations about diversity, we can set ourselves up for success.

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Chambersburg Public Opinion

Summit Health now offers sports medicine services
Chambersburg Public Opinion
To address the specific needs of athletes in our community, Summit Health has launched a comprehensive sports medicine program, with focuses on injury prevention, speed and strength training, orthopedic care, physical and occupational therapy, sports ...



UVM Larner College Of Medicine Remembers Benefactor
WAMC
The man for whom the University of Vermont's College of Medicine is named has died at age 99 in California. Officials at the UVM Larner College of Medicine are remembering Dr. Robert Larner as a humble and generous benefactor who wanted students to ...



Kaiser Health News

A Spoonful Of Kids' Medicine Makes The Profits Go Up
Kaiser Health News
These laws have spurred companies to do more in terms of testing and developing pediatric medicines. The companies can market the drugs without facing competition for a longer period of time. And as a result, the treatments cost exponentially more.

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Waikato Times

High hopes for Maori medicine exports
Waikato Times
A Tokoroa beneficiary and solo mother of six is aiming to turn her life around, and the lives of others, by exporting traditional Maori medicine. Qualified rongoa practitioner Karla Crooks is in the process of exporting a line of her topical rongoa ...



Boca Life Magazine

Local Boca Doctors Change Primary Physcian Care With Conceirge Medicine
Boca Life Magazine
Far-out appointments, crowded waiting rooms, short visits with the doctor. These characteristics have become standard when seeing a primary physician, but local doctors have set out to change that with concierge medicine morphing the landscape of ...

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KOLO

UNR School of Medicine announces dates for free May clinics
KOLO
(KOLO) - The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine has announced its free Student Outreach Clinics for May 2017, as part of a goal to assist people in northern Nevada's who have no health insurance. Clinics serving the general population and ...


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