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With AI in Radiology, Physicians Can Adv...

NELSON ALMEIDA / Getty Images AI is at the forefront of radiology, but clinicians are still adapting to its use. Advances in technology may one day help predict the response to the disease. Proper training can prepare future physicians for this rapidly changing field. For more stories go to www.BusinessInsider.co.za. Developments in artificial intelligence open […]

Why we enjoy a good thrill

Halloween is a great time for horror movies, ghost stories, and haunted house tours, but why do we love these activities? Are fear and pleasure opposite emotions? But look beneath the surface, and fear and fun have more in common than you might think. Medical News Today investigates why we like to be afraid. Share […]

UConn teacher advises Hallmark Channel h...

Viewers who were able to enjoy their vacation this past weekend may have noticed UConn’s significant presence in the Hallmark Channel film “You, Me and the Christmas Trees,” when it premiered. Set in Avon but actually shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, the film tells the story of Olivia Arden, a conifer expert who agrees to […]

By implementing AI in radiology, physici...

AI is at the forefront of radiology, but clinicians are still adapting to its use. Advances in technology may one day help predict the response to the disease. Proper training can prepare future physicians for this rapidly changing field. This article is part of the “Health Innovation” series, highlighting what healthcare professionals need to do […]

Gundersen staff teach medical education ...

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) – Students at Hamilton Elementary School get up close and personal with different aspects of the medical field. Gundersen Health System staff came to the school on Friday morning to present various events as part of the Wisconsin Science Festival. “We are bringing the science of medicine to our elementary classmates […]

Professionals, pre-health students perse...

Nurses were working 12-hour shifts during the height of the pandemic – all without a lunch break. Hesitant about work schedules and stress, Claire Sproule almost chose a career other than that of a nurse. However, the 20-year-old UF junior nurse decided to stay in the nursing program despite the difficulties faced by her colleagues. […]

Myra Smith ‘The medical field is for me’

Myra Smith is a 19-year-old Clarksville native, but recently moved to Russellville for an easier commute to and from campus. Smith attended Arkansas Tech University where she majored in Nursing. When asked why she chose nursing, Smith said, “I didn’t know what I wanted to do until my last year of high school, and nursing […]

Looking for a job in the medical field? ...

Texarkana’s Wadley Regional Medical Center will be hosting a recruiting event at Brewster’s on the Boulevard at 4303 Texas Blvd # 2 on Wednesday, October 20. From 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., representatives from Wadley’s Human Resources department will be on hand to answer questions about Wadley and available vacancies. Meet up for a cup […]

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“Manufacturing service for electronic products in the medical market” The research report is a comprehensive study of the latest developments, market size, status, upcoming technologies, business drivers, challenges, with key manufacturer profiles and player strategies. The research study provides market insight and vital statistics, based on the market state of the company and is a […]