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The CEAL offers students “real life” exp

[ad_1] It’s Women’s History Month and WXII 12 News features some of the Triad’s leading women in medicine. A hands-on learning environment with high-fidelity manikins that simulate real patient experiences comes from a program at Wake Forest School of Medicine called the Center for Experiential and Applied Learning. The center is headed by JaNae Joyner-Corcoran. […]

Diversity in the medical field helps mee...

[ad_1] Stethoscope on blue background Two distinct but interconnected trends in US health care have emerged in recent years with respect to COVID-19 and the recent social justice movement. First, there is a growing gap in the doctor-patient relationship. An aging population of baby boomers has created a demand for more doctors, many of whom […]

Diversity in the medical field helps mee...

[ad_1] Two distinct but interconnected trends in US health care have emerged in recent years with respect to COVID-19 and the recent social justice movement. First, there is a growing gap in the doctor-patient relationship. An aging population of baby boomers has created a demand for more doctors, many of whom are baby boomers themselves. […]

As covid progresses, seniors see their c...

[ad_1] Late one January night, Jonathan Coffino, 78, turned to his wife as they sat up in bed. “I don’t know how long I can do this,” he said sullenly. Coffino was referring to the caution that has come to define his life during the covid-19 pandemic. After two years of mostly staying home and […]

Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso opens c...

[ad_1] The Department of Psychiatry’s addiction clinic is the only one of its kind in El Paso County Fabrizzio Delgado, MD Fabrizzio Delgado, MD Fabrizzio Delgado, MD EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 3 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Department of Psychiatry at Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso has opened a new addiction clinic to […]

Province not considering enforcing socia...

[ad_1] With the COVID-19 variant Omicron rapidly spreading, Alberta’s top doctor says it would make sense to require physical distance in large rooms, but it doesn’t have to be. “Currently, if a facility is under the Restriction Exemption Program (REP), it is recommended that people be at least two meters apart between households. However, it […]

“It will last forever”: what we heard th

[ad_1] Instead of our usual “What We Heard This Week” column, and as part of our year-end findings, we’ve picked out some of the best quotes our reporters have heard in 2021. “If you hear hoof beating you are more likely to see a horse, unless you are in an evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Then it […]

FLASHBACK: 1957 SUGAR BOWL – Baylor Univ

[ad_1] Through Jerry hill Baylor Bear Insider Sixty-five years later, Jerry Marcontell still remembers the 11e-classed Baylor Bears being “decided the opposite” in their clash against No. 2 Tennessee at the 1957 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. “Several of the national sports commentators, namely a man named Herman Hickman – who was considered one of […]

Enter the world cautiously

[ad_1] A little soul-searching and a lot of self-compassion goes a long way in a world of immense change. We now find ourselves in a world in which the doors are opening again, allowing bursts of light to reach our new reality. We blink in the brightness as we take cautious steps toward a new […]

Guests invited to get vaccinated at Robe...

[ad_1] Guests at a holiday party at the home of senior anti-vaxxer Robert F Kennedy Jr were urged to be vaccinated or tested for Covid-19 because, Kennedy said, he is “not always the boss in my house.” Speaking to Politico, which reported the demand ahead of the party in California last week, Kennedy said his […]

Parties? Concerts? Big family meal? E...

[ad_1] We asked a handful of experts about their holiday celebration plans and found that most remained cautious, saying they would only attend small gatherings where everyone is vaccinated and use tests. home quick to make sure no one is contagious. We also asked them what they thought of the trip this season and of […]

The call of duty: supporting abortion ri...

[ad_1] By guest contributors Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD; Morgan S. Levy, BS; and Vineet Arora, MD, MAAP In recent weeks, the United States Supreme Court has heard arguments for laws restricting access to abortion in Texas and Mississippi. Doctors across the country have been surprisingly silent. When we took the Hippocratic Oath, a vow to […]

Checkup finds Biden “vigorous”; Harris

[ad_1] BETHESDA, Md. (AP) – President Joe Biden remains “healthy” and “vigorous” and able to work, but is showing signs of aging, his doctor said on Friday after the oldest president in U.S. history underwent his first routine physical exam in the office and – at a historic moment – briefly transferred power to Vice […]

How the Joneses are changing the medical...

[ad_1] Medscape Couples of medical power is a new series highlighting important spouses or domestic partners in healthcare. Both have achieved high level professional success and have made significant contributions in their respective fields. Frank Jones, MD, MPH, and Jada Bussey-Jones, MD Frank Jones and Jada Bussey-Jones pose for a photo. Frank Jones, MD, MPH, […]

With AI in Radiology, Physicians Can Adv...

[ad_1] 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 […]

By implementing AI in radiology, physici...

[ad_1] 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 […]

Gaydos led football to medical success |...

[ad_1] Many athletes in Fayette County used track and field to further their education. One of those athletes was former canton German high school football and wrestling player Joel Gaydos. Gaydos was a two-year college football scholar for the Uhlans in the late 1950s. He was part of teams that posted records of 5-4 in […]

A conversation with Bryan on the impact ...

[ad_1] Family physician Dr. Jennifer Bryan is a member of the board of directors of the Mississippi State Medical Association and served as chair of the board for several years. She was the first female physician elected to hold this leadership position. She received her undergraduate degree from Mississippi State University in microbiology, graduating magna […]

Despite the pandemic, interest in the me...

[ad_1] With the COVID-19 pandemic, there were fears of a decline in interest in the medical field. Doctors and other healthcare workers have faced unprecedented challenges. Instead, students are answering the call of medicine. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, applications to medical schools have increased by 18%. Texas Tech University Health Sciences […]

Astellas, Bayer and Mithra set to heat u...

[ad_1] Bayer began its Phase III program studying its NK-1 and 3 receptor antagonist elinzanetant in August this year. Credit: Tobias Arhelger / Shutterstock.com Next-generation therapies for hot flashes associated with menopause may soon disrupt a therapeutic landscape long dominated by traditional hormonal therapies. While neurokinin receptor blockers from Astellas Pharma and Bayer take a […]

New generation inspired to pursue a care...

[ad_1] RALEIGH, NC – Jordon Adams never thought he would be on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. He always dreamed of being a doctor, but it didn’t seem possible until now. “There aren’t a lot of black youth in the medical field or really involved in medical activities,” he says. Adams and his […]

Colorado Doctors Highlight Importance of...

[ad_1] DENVER (CBS4) – In the emergency department at UCHealth Hospital at the University of Colorado, Dr. Vaughn Browne sees the worst of the pandemic every day. CBS4’s Conor McCue spoke to him and other medics as part of CBS4’s Elevating Black Voices series that highlights community members during Black History Month. “We have seen […]

Eskimo player hangs up his helmet to ent...

[ad_1] EDMONTON – Defensive tackle Mark Mackie was just starting to take off with the Edmonton Eskimos, but decided to retire after just two seasons, leaving times uncertain in the CFL for med school. Mackie was admitted to the Schulich School of Medicine at Western University. “I really feel like I’m trading a sweater for […]

18th Annual Medical Mini Series Begins W...

[ad_1] Boston neuroendocrinologist Dr. Whitney Woodmansee makes an excellent point about thyroid disorders, which are common but often undiagnosed: symptoms are commonly experienced by members of a busy modern society: weight gain or loss; tired; depression. A person suffering from hypothyroidism may experience aches, pains, fuzzy thoughts. A person with hyperthyroidism may have anxiety, sleeplessness, […]