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Michigan Medicine's Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes showcases new research at Endocrine ...
University of Michigan Health System News (press release)
Members of the Michigan Medicine Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes are showcasing new research at the Endocrine Society's ENDO 2018 March 17-20 in Chicago. The annual meeting, taking place this year at McCormick Place West, is the ...

The New Yorker

The Advice Columnists Who Prescribe Literature as Medicine
The New Yorker
A field of advice columns that lob texts at people's troubles has flowered recently, from the Times' “Match Book” to Lit Hub's “Dear Book Therapist” to the Paris Review Daily's “Poetry Rx.” The series run the gamut from straightforward recommendation ...

Ottawa Citizen

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine explores medical marijuana research
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine want to study the safety and efficacy of using medical marijuana to treat diseases. The potential for state supported research is growing even though marijuana remains federally classified ...
Meet Barbara Blaser, Magnolia's Director of Clinical Services — Magnolia OaklandMagnolia Wellness
One Minute of Marijuana Secondhand Smoke Exposure Substantially Impairs Vascular Endothelial Function.NCBI - NIH
Drug Fact Sheet - DEADEA

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Durham Herald Sun

Want to help reduce opioid abuse? Durham police hosting 4 medicine drops.
Durham Herald Sun
Police in Durham have a better plan for getting rid of excess and expired prescription and over-the-counter drugs than flushing them down the toilet or merely tossing them in the trash. The Durham Police Department is expanding its "Medicine Drop ...

New Scientist

Medicine for sick koalas turns out to actually kill them
New Scientist
Medicine for sick koalas turns out to actually kill them. Koalas have a chlamydia problem. Gerard Lacz / REX / Shutterstock. By Bob Roehr. Curing chlamydia in koalas can be just as deadly as the disease itself, and now we know why. In humans, chlamydia ...

New York Times

Traditional Medicine
New York Times
Traditional healing practices, like Ayurveda, Chinese medicine and Native American medicine, have existed for millenniums and provide health benefits. By suggesting caution in the case of “alternative” treatments used largely by affluent white ...


Expert Highlights Precision Medicine Advances in GI Cancers
Collisson: At UCSF, our approach is to look at the annotation of GI malignancies. The focus is on precision medicine and targeting therapies to specific mutations when possible, mutational signatures, and other genomic attributes if not. GI cancers ...


I quit medicine for philosophy, and I'm still stressed
In emergency medicine, stress dominates staff and patients. STEEX/Getty Images. The patient said he fell off a roof, but the nurses were onto it. They'd seen him before, when he'd rocked up to our emergency department a few weeks earlier angling, under ...

Kaiser Health News

Women In Medicine Who Experience Sexual Harassment Add ...
Kaiser Health News
Lawsuits and complaints about sexual harassment are piling up in the health care industry as women take on doctors, peers and co-workers.
The Coeur d'Alene Press - Food and Health, Women In Medicine ...Coeur d'Alene Press
Women In Medicine Shout #MeToo About Sexual Harassment At WorkWashington Post

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New Hattiesburg doctor practices new medicine
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. There is a new doctor in town with a new way of looking at old problems. Her name is Dr. Claudia Karam with Hattiesburg Clinic, and the unique approach is called Functional and Integrative Medicine. Karam said this new ...

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