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Black MCG students aim for least diverse...

[ad_1] The small fraction almost made LaTarsha Taylor, a student at the Medical College of Georgia, flinch when she heard it — of the nearly 16,000 orthopedic surgeons in the United States, 50 are black women like her. She jokes that she tries to avoid looking at the numbers, but those odds haven’t deterred her […]

“The Guide” in theaters in Memphis

[ad_1] A Ukrainian action-thriller hits theaters in Memphis on Friday as part of a nationwide fundraising campaign in support of war-torn Ukraine. Directed by Oles Sanin, “The Guide” was Ukraine’s 2014 submission in the Best International Film category of the Oscars. Set in the 1930s, the film tells the story of a 10-year-old American orphan […]

Medical Electronic Manufacturing Service...

[ad_1] New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Electronic manufacturing service in the medical field covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). The global medical electronics manufacturing service explores in-depth study on various segments such as opportunities, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth […]

Abigail E. Disney and Rachel Lear Films ...

[ad_1] Abigail Disney The American Dream and Other Fairy Talesa critical documentary about how Disney and other big corporations treat their employees and co-directed with Kathleen Hughes, gets an international premiere as part of the upcoming Hot Docs Festival Special Feature Sidebar. The American indie film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, […]

Removal of age cap for NEET aspirants: n...

[ad_1] Removing the age limit for NEET aspirants makes medical education accessible to a wider pool of talent. Some may even have specific training that can help them deliver health care better. “You can’t stop me from learning. You can’t stop me from studying. So says Hunter “Patch Adams” in the eponymous film in which […]

Today in History | OMCP News

[ad_1] Today in History Today is Monday, March 14, the 73rd day of 2022. There are 292 days left in the… Today in History Today is Monday, March 14, the 73rd day of 2022. There are 292 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On March 14, 1794, Eli Whitney received a […]

Nurse says she’ll quit medical field to

[ad_1] A nurse has sparked a debate over starting salaries, as some Target stores are paying employees up to $24 an hour. In one recent video shared on TikTok, Riley, @thatnurseriley, noted how Target is increasing its hourly wages for employees this year. Throughout the clip, Riley could be seen posing in front of a […]

Level 1 Veterinary Medical Center Hosts ...

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Doctor Strange 2 Mid and Post Credits Sc...

[ad_1] Buckets of salt ready, as mid-credits and post-credits scenes for Marvel’s upcoming sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, would have leaked. Warning, potential MAJOR SPOILERS to follow. While the source of the details is somewhat unsubstantiated, with the movie just two months away, it’s possible those descriptions might very well turn out […]

Meet the inspiring Dr Suzanne Yu

[ad_1] dr. Suzanne Yu always had a passion for the arts, such as painting, singing and dancing. Through his artistic connections, a documentary about Americans with PTSD, “Unsung Hero”, became his first investment. The creative process led her to get involved in other cinematographic projects such as “Above Suspicion”, a Emily Clark film, the star […]

CAGR Status, Industry Growth, Trends, An...

[ad_1] The new analysis focuses on Global Electronics Manufacturing Service in Medical Field Market from 2021 to 2027 and is an essential inclusion of primary and trading market models with recorded market information and figures. The report provides a basic overview of the business, including definitions and applications, from the beginning. The report anticipates potential […]

10 Underrated Daniel Radcliffe Movies

[ad_1] Despite many bold and dynamic roles, Daniel Radcliffe will likely be known forever as the Boy Who Lived, Harry Potter. It’s his most famous and extensive role and he could probably effortlessly step back into the character of Potter even now after spending so many movies as the character. This leaves a somewhat bittersweet […]

Stephen King’s revival: what’s going on

[ad_1] Since 1976, 34 of Stephen King’s novels have been adapted into live-action – and that’s not even including the vast number of short stories and novels that have been made into movies and soap operas. Some, like The stall and THIS, had to spend a few years in development while the filmmakers figured out […]

American Self-Censorship – The New York

[ad_1] Ahead of the Winter Olympics, Chinese officials warned athletes against talking about topics that cast them in a bad light. Then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told American athletes not to irritate Chinese authorities. It’s the latest sign that China’s campaign to stifle dissent is succeeding in a major way: US institutions and corporations are […]

3G network shutdown won’t just affect ph

[ad_1] With AT&T’s 3G network shutting down next week and other carriers following suit later this year, a range of products require updates to continue working, including some home alarm systems, devices medical devices such as fall detectors, as well as car accident notification and roadside assistance. systems like OnStar from General Motors. Just as […]

African Americans’ long road to medical

[ad_1] James McCune Smith was an abolitionist as well as being the first African American to hold a medical degree. HEIGHTS OF PERSPECTIVE – James McCune Smith was the first African-American in history to earn a medical degree, but not before he was turned down by numerous institutions in the United States because he was […]

Princeton Public Schools Foundation offe...

[ad_1] The Princeton Public Schools Foundation has announced a new scholarship opportunity. PPSF wishes to invest in health care in the greater Princeton area by providing scholarship opportunities in the medical field, which benefits both PHS scholars and residents of the community. The COVID-19 pandemic has overwhelmed the healthcare system in the United States, highlighting […]

We’re Canada’s No. 1 Medical Company: Au

[ad_1] About This Source – CNBC Television CNBC is an American pay-TV business news channel, which primarily covers business days in the US and international financial markets. After the end of the business day and on non-business days, CNBC mainly airs documentaries and reality shows on the theme of finance and business. As of February […]

Arkansan racial disparity in the medical...

[ad_1] Arkansan racial disparity in the medical field Dr. Jesse Hargrove of Philander Smith College says black medical professionals need more support from state leaders. Updated: 8:17 PM CST February 3, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript FIRST BLACK HOSPITALS IN ARKANSAS. DR. JESSE HARGROVE SAYS OUR FACILITIES LIKE HOSPITALS AND CLINICS ARE NO LONGER SEPARATE. […]

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 […]

Addressing Gender Inequality in the Medi...

[ad_1] Today marks the fourth National Women Doctors Day, an event that aims to honor female physicians across the country. It takes place every year on February 3, Elizabeth Blackwell’s birthday. In 1858, Blackwell became the first female physician in the United States, and although much has changed since then, there are still fewer female […]

Making ‘Moonfall’: Geophysicist Mika McK

[ad_1] In “Moonfall,” the latest film from self-styled “master of disaster” Roland Emmerich, Earth faces an extinction-level event caused by an alien who lived on the moon. Despite being abundant in planetary destruction brimming with explosions and incorporating an abundant amount of action, you might be surprised at the care and consideration given to the […]

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada

[ad_1] The last: COVID-19 hospitalizations are slowing in Canada’s two most populous provinces, which are easing some restrictions starting Monday. The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ontario steadily declined from 4,016 on Wednesday to 3,019 on Sunday, a four-day drop of 997 patients. The province reported 587 patients were in intensive care with […]

Conference sheds light on racial dispari...

[ad_1] When Serena Williams gave birth to her daughter in 2017, she informed her health care providers about her history of bleeding disorders and that she had trouble breathing after giving birth. Despite this, her suppliers first sent her back Needs. She was eventually rushed to emergency surgery and bedridden for six weeks after giving […]

Scottish obituaries: Jean-Jacques Beinei...

[ad_1] Jury Jean-Jacques Beineix at a film festival in South Korea in 2000 (Photo: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images) In the 1980s, Jean-Jacques Beineix was one of the coolest names in cinema after the success of Diva, a thriller that offered a recipe (almost in the words of Ian Dury) for sex and drugs… and opera. The […]

‘It was a nightmare’: life in the United

[ad_1] This article is published in partnership with The 19th, an independent, non-profit newsroom that reports on the intersection of gender, politics and politics. Read the full version here Saturday marks the 49th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, the landmark decision that guaranteed abortion rights in the United States. It could […]

Elizabeth Banks in Phyllis Nagy’s Sundan

[ad_1] An invigorating and intimate vision of a historical moment less distant than we think, Call Jane opens with a brilliant sequence that begins in a posh Chicago hotel, where an elegantly dressed woman walks away from her husband’s business. As the camera follows her down the hall, her blonde bun is reminiscent of another […]

Bill for Afghan refugees at Quantico: $1...

[ad_1] The now-completed effort to house Afghan evacuees at Marine Corps Base Quantico cost the government more than $188.4 million, according to a report from the inspector general’s office. Richard Vasquez, assistant inspector general for audit readiness and global operations, said the costs included $182.7 million for a base operations and support services contract, $4.6 […]

Jasmila Zbanic is reviled in Serbia and ...

[ad_1] SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – A famous Bosnian director always knew her latest film, the heartbreaking drama of a mother trying in vain to save her husband and two sons from the Srebrenica massacre in 1995, would be criticized by Serbian nationalists. But filmmaker Jasmila Zbanic was surprised again when Serbian media invited a […]

N95, KN95 or KF94? How to find the righ...

[ad_1] The rapid spread of the infectious variant of Omicron has prompted many people to try and upgrade to a better quality mask. But that’s easier said than done. Anyone who has purchased a mask online or in stores has discovered a dizzying array in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Knowing which mask […]

Omicron May Make You Contagious Before Y...

[ad_1] Before Christmas, health experts suggested getting a rapid coronavirus test just before any rally. But some health experts are now warning that you can test negative even if you are infected and contagious while still being visibly healthy. In general, the tests are able to reveal an infection with Omicron, but enough viruses must […]

The iconic medical series that is all th...

[ad_1] HBO Max The platform presents a historical medical drama that has caught the attention of its subscribers. See what it is! For Enzo Rueda 01/10/2022 – 23:12 UTC 01/10/2022 – 23:12 UTC © HBO MaxIt’s not Grey’s Anatomy: the iconic medical series that’s all the rage on HBO Max. Over the past few decades, […]

Remington College offers new accelerated...

[ad_1] The goal of the program is to prepare graduates for entry level positions in a number of health professions, such as a patient care technician, among others. KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – Remington College in Knoxville offers a new accelerated program in an effort to alleviate the shortage of healthcare workers in Tennessee. Right now, many […]

Cook County, Illinois, Issuing COVID-19 ...

[ad_1] On December 23, 2021, Cook County, Illinois issued Public Health Order 2021-11, joining the city of Chicago in requiring that certain indoor establishments (including restaurants, gyms and fitness centers and entertainment venues) are checking the COVID-19 vaccination status of customers aged five and over, effective January 3, 2022. The Cook County order does not […]

Most polarizing movie of 2021 is on Disn...

[ad_1] When we talk about the most controversial streaming releases of the year, the ones that divided fans the most or led to a huge divide between fans and critics, Netflix’s content can immediately spring to mind. Maybe titles like Gender / Life, or season two of King tiger – both of which have been […]

Critical race theory, leftist ideas ruin...

[ad_1] The medical profession has seen an influx of left-wing ideas about race and identity, according to several reports and experts. Writing in Quilette, Dr Sally Satel said that “endoctrinologists” are distracting medical professionals from their legitimate aim. Satel and others have cited examples such as doctors in Boston arguing for racial preferences in admissions. […]

Your Tuesday briefing: Israel collects d...

[ad_1] We cover Israel’s study on a fourth dose of the Covid vaccine and Saudi Arabia’s efforts to become a cultural hub. Israel tests fourth shot A hospital near Tel Aviv on Monday began a study to test the safety and effectiveness of a fourth dose of a Covid-19 vaccine as health officials deliberate on […]

Omicron Surge triggers new wave of restr...

[ad_1] A waiter serves customers on the terrace of Bar du Marché in the 6th arrondissement of Paris in Paris, France. Kiran Ridley / Getty Images Text size The continued rise in coronavirus cases, many of which are now caused by the Omicron variant, has forced more countries to impose more restrictions on travel and […]

Here is a broadcast of 10 grievances rel...

[ad_1] Imagine how many more lives could have been saved and the suffering could have been avoided if more … [+] people have followed science-backed Covid-19 precautions since the start of the pandemic. (Photo by Thomas Lohnes / Getty Images) Getty Images Today, December 23, in addition to being National Pfeffernuse Day, is also supposed […]

Cameron Boyce’s parents say the hardest

[ad_1] For the parents of the late actor Cameron Boyce, watching a new posthumously released movie is complicated business. For his mother, Libby Boyce, it is a thrilling experience. She says five minutes go by without thinking about her 20-year-old son, who died two years ago from an epileptic seizure. “Just looking at the freckle […]

The left would sacrifice the unvaccinate...

[ad_1] An under-discussed element of the Covid pandemic is the cost of the virus – not in American lives, but in US dollars. In the United States, a Covid hospitalization costs an average of $ 29,000; if you’re sick enough to require an intensive care stay and a ventilator, that average jumps to $ 156,000. […]

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 […]

COVID death toll nears 800,000 to end ye...

[ad_1] MISSION, Kan. (AP) – Carolyn Burnett is getting ready for her first Christmas without her son Chris, a beloved high school football coach whose outdoor memorial service drew hundreds of crowds. The unvaccinated 34-year-old father-of-four died in September from COVID-19 after nearly two weeks on a ventilator, and his loss has left a gaping […]

Covid Live Updates: Omicron, Vaccines an...

[ad_1] Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. A statewide mask mandate goes into effect Monday, forcing all businesses and public spaces that do not verify vaccine status to require a mask.Credit…Karsten Moran for The New York Times Starting Monday, when New Yorkers hit a store for a quick purchase, they will again need to make sure they […]

How to spot false claims

[ad_1] Misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic– and vaccines to combat it – were around long before the omicron variant arrived in the United States, but it seems to fuel new and old claims. As scientists continue to learn more about the new strain, public health experts say the paucity of snapshot data prompts some to […]

Metlakatla man accused of shooting dead ...

[ad_1] Tyler Henderson, fourth from left, with teammates and coaches in a photo taken earlier this year at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival ahead of the “Alaskan Nets” premiere in Santa Barbara, California. Director Jeff Harasimowicz is third from right. (Photo courtesy of TJ Scott) Tyler Henderson, a senior on the 2018 Metlakatla Chiefs […]

Meet the student bringing black illustra...

[ad_1] Have you ever seen a medical illustration with a black body? Social media users admitted that they did not do so when a picture of a black fetus in the womb of a black woman went viral this month. Chidiebere Ibe.Courtesy of Chidiebere Ibe Chidiebere Ibe, 25, is behind the image. The Nigerian medical […]

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

[ad_1] As we all know, a career in the medical field is not only noble but also profitable as it allows you to earn a lot of money while using your expertise to help those in need. The healthcare industry is growing rapidly, which means you won’t have to worry about finding a job. Plus, […]

The program aims to strengthen the repre...

[ad_1] TAMPA, Fla – Dexter Frederick recently stood in an administrative office at Grace Community Health Center in Tampa with a poster of the Periodic Table of the Elements hovering over his shoulders. Morgan Butts, a doctoral student at the University of South Florida, stood in the doorway with a notepad in hand. “How many […]

The program aims to strengthen the repre...

[ad_1] TAMPA, Fla – Dexter Frederick recently stood in an administrative office at Grace Community Health Center in Tampa with a poster of the Periodic Table of the Elements hovering over his shoulders. Morgan Butts, a doctoral student at the University of South Florida, stood in the doorway with a notepad in hand. “How many […]

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 […]

In boisterous meeting, Burlington city c...

[ad_1] Click to enlarge Courtney Lamdin © ️ Seven days Johnson’s Bill Moore with his protest sign The angry swarm of anti-masks that descended on Burlington city hall on Wednesday did their best to convince city councilors to vote against a new masking ordinance. But the warring mob ultimately failed, and the council unanimously approved […]

Several cases reach North America – CBS

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – North America has now joined the list of continents with reported cases of the latest variant of COVID-19 – Omicron. Two cases were reported in Canada on Monday, bringing the global total of countries with one documented case to over 14. Other countries include: Australia, Belgium, Botswana, Denmark, France, Germany, […]

The murder of Adrienne Shelly: the chill...

[ad_1] HBO presents a new documentary focusing on the life of filmmaker Adrienne Shelly who gave the world the beautiful movie “Waitress” before her untimely demise. Waitress continued to be loved and was also adapted into a hit Broadway musical, but Shelly’s husband Andy Ostroy is trying to give audiences a more in-depth look at […]

Upcoming US travel restrictions for Sout...

[ad_1] The United States will restrict travel from South Africa and several other countries due to a disturbing new variant of COVID-19. The White House announced the new rules on Friday, which come just weeks after the country reopened to international tourists with new entry rules. The new rules, which come into effect on Monday, […]

Candlelight service returns to JBU

[ad_1] writers colony Dairy Hollow Writers Colony has announced that it is offering a scholarship to writers working on a children’s picture book. It will open applications on December 17th. The Words of Wonder Fellowship will grant two recipients a two-week residency at WCDH, where they will have the time and space to fully focus […]

“The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain” Rev

[ad_1] In “The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain” everything that could (hope against all hope) is wrong. Anything that could go wrong is happening, motivated by the contempt, prejudice or outright fanaticism that has been at work when police officers encounter people of color or people with mental illness. Chamberlain was black and lived with bipolar […]

Outlook: Racial prejudice in the medical...

[ad_1] Editorial writers address these public health issues. The Baltimore Sun: My Daughter’s Precocious Puberty Revealed Racial Prejudice In The Medical Community A film actress, humanitarian, and global citizen, Angelina Jolie’s recent comments about her daughter’s racial prejudice while undergoing medical treatment struck a chord with many parents of black girls, including me. In an […]

State Farm says he won’t let pitchman Aa

[ad_1] State Farm is standing alongside its pitchman, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, even as the insurance company has pulled out of running its ads. Over the summer, when asked if he had been vaccinated against COVID-19, Rodgers replied that he was “immune.” Last week Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19, and it appeared he […]

Beyond the Bench: A Conversation with Au...

[ad_1] Audrey Brumback Assistant professor, University of Texas at Austin Audrey Brumback had no intention of following in her father’s footsteps, a physician, scientist and founder of the Journal of Child Neurology. She went to medical school but tried new specialties – OB-GYN then ophthalmology. Ultimately, however, these forays into healing were unsatisfactory for what […]

Colorado program brings diverse students...

[ad_1] Mayra Dawkins found her calling as a teenage intern at Colorado Children’s Hospital, struck by the bonds between doctors and nurses and their young patients. Now, as a urology nurse on the staff at the children’s hospital, she seeks to create the same sense of connection – with a soft spot for children like […]

Mexico City Comes to Life for Day of the...

[ad_1] Giant skeletons, colorful costumes, mariachi music and dancers filled downtown Mexico City on Sunday as the Day of the Dead parade returned for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Thousands of people, including residents and tourists alike, walked the road through the capital to get a glimpse of the procession, which […]

By Growth Rate, Type, Applications, Geog...

[ad_1] “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 […]

Gray Sloan, St Bonaventure, Chastain Par...

[ad_1] Who has never wondered if the emblematic place of medical series really exists in real life? Well, at melty, we conducted our little investigation! Medical series are popular with fans. For many years, shows endured and unleashed passions. Everyone remembers Urgences, which aired in 1994 and lasted more than fifteen seasons. A few years […]

Owlstone Medical’s Series D round of fun

[ad_1] Owlstone Medical, the leader in respiratory biopsy for early disease detection and precision medicine applications, has closed its Series D round after raising £ 42million. Billy Boyle, Founder and CEO of Owlstone Medical The new investment brings the total raised by the company founded by Billy Boyle in 2016 to over £ 109million. The […]

Rapid growth in biopharma signals China’

[ad_1] The Ascentage Pharma booth at the 2021 China International Trade in Services Fair. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] China, now the second largest medical consumer market, has the potential to become the world’s second largest medical player after its local biopharmaceutical companies expand to meet the unmet medical needs of patients at home and abroad, […]

Keystone Dental Announces Acquisition of...

[ad_1] Dramatically increases Keystone’s global visibility in the dental market with innovative solutions and a premium value proposition Provides Keystone with Synergistic Sales Opportunity to Grow in $ 5 Billion Dental Implant Market Enhances Keystone’s platform with easy-to-use, innovative and unique digital solutions that increase processing accuracy and efficiency BURLINGTON, Mass., Sep 01, 2021 (GLOBE […]

Respiratory therapist remembers why he l...

[ad_1] According to the American Hospital Association, 30% of healthcare workers are considering quitting their jobs. SAN ANTONIO – Hospitals statewide are facing a nursing shortage. According to data from the Texas Department of State Health Services, trauma ward area P (in which San Antonio is located) reports only 56 intensive care beds available and […]

This medical series just climbed to the ...

[ad_1] Netflix viewers just can’t get enough of a blockbuster medical drama. The streaming platform’s subscribers across the world have logged in to watch The good doctor, helping the series rise to the top of the global streaming charts. The ABC medical drama follows Freddie Highmore’s Shaun Murphy, a young surgical resident with autism at […]

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 […]

Protesters oppose medical vaccination wa...

[ad_1] HEART OF ALENE – About 200 people rallied against forced vaccines for health workers on Thursday outside Kootenai Health. People waving signs and flags stood at all four corners of US 95 and Ironwood Drive for about two hours. Many passers-by honked their horns and nodded in support. Jennifer Pinheiro, a nurse from Spokane, […]

Gender inequalities in medicine, an urge...

[ad_1] (Credit: Unsplash) This article was written exclusively for The European Sting by Ms. María Teresa Ferri, third year medical student from Ecuador, she works with the local association of medical students on the education committee. It is affiliated with the International Federation of Medical Student Associations (IFMSA), cordial partner of The Sting. The opinions […]

Listen: Artificial Intelligence in Medic...

[ad_1] Malta: Listen: Artificial intelligence in the medical field August 03, 2021 Defenders of Ganado To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. In the third episode of the “Ganado Meets Tech” podcast, Paul Micallef Grimaud, IP/TMT partner of Ganado Advocates, met the medical consultant in […]

how AI can tackle the threat of superbug...

[ad_1] As the world continues to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, another health crisis is looming: antibiotic resistance. Bacterial resistance is something that occurs naturally, but widespread antibiotic abuse has propelled antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to major threat to global health status; at least 700,000 people are killed each year by drug-resistant superbugs – and by 2050 […]

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 […]

GlaxoSmithKline IT recruiting activity g...

[ad_1] IT hiring at UK-based GlaxoSmithKline increased 2.0% in October 2021 from the previous month, according to GlobalData’s Job Analytics database. The company’s overall recruiting activity increased 1.51% in October 2021 compared to September 2021. IT jobs claimed a 7.21% share of the company’s total hiring activity in October 2021 and grew 0.07% from the […]

security and traceability in the digital...

[ad_1] The pharmaceutical supply chain already benefits from a wide range of digital technologies. Credit: Shutterstock Since the start of the pandemic, the pharmaceutical supply chain has been under surveillance. Never a topic of discussion in the past, it is now firmly on the public radar, and the associated challenges are barely out of the […]

UK Steps Up Covid Vaccination Program In...

[ad_1] November 30 Global: The global death toll from Covid has exceeded 5.2 million, with a figure of 5,207,764 according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, infections topped 262 million worldwide. The World Health Organization has said the Omicron variant is likely to spread internationally, posing a “very high” global risk where outbreaks of […]

The use of ivermectin for the treatment ...

[ad_1] The use of ivermectin to treat Covid-19 has received considerable attention in the media. Ivermectin is currently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of certain parasitic worms (strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis) in humans, as well as for the treatment of certain internal and external parasites in various species. […]

Asia-Pacific has seen the strongest grow...

[ad_1] Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials underway, compared to fifth place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 158% increase in the number of trials for hematologic disorders over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the […]

Asia-Pacific has seen strongest growth i...

[ad_1] Asia-Pacific now ranks first for percentage growth in ongoing trials, compared to sixth in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 39% increase in the number of immunoassays performed over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the percentage of growth […]

Middle East has seen fastest growth in i...

[ad_1] The Middle East now ranks first for the total number of pending trials, compared to sixth in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Middle East has seen an 888% increase in the number of infectious disease trials over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for […]

The anesthetic drugs most affected by dr...

[ad_1] Credit: Shutterstock Anesthetics are the drugs most affected by drug shortages in the United States, an analysis of data from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found. Of the 114 drugs currently in shortage, the most affected anesthesia therapeutic area suffers from a shortage of 13 different generic drugs. In this class of drugs, […]

Asia-Pacific has seen fastest growth in ...

[ad_1] Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials underway, compared to fourth place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 158% increase in the number of trials for musculoskeletal disorders over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the […]

Asia-Pacific has seen the strongest grow...

[ad_1] Asia-Pacific now ranks first for total number of trials in progress, compared to second place in 2010. Credit: Shutterstock The Asia-Pacific region has seen a 138% increase in the number of oncology trials over the past decade, the largest increase of any region in the world. The region now ranks first for the total […]

Neither Grey’s Anatomy nor New Amsterdam

[ad_1] Grey’s Anatomy and New Amsterdam were all the rage on the Netflix screen and created a trend within the medical series phenomenon. However, another program has arrived in recent weeks that has swept through all audiences: The Good Doctor. The show with Freddie highmore It’s a worldwide success and its arrival on the platform […]

Mind the Gap: Gender Equity in the Medic...

[ad_1] (Credit: Unsplash) This article was written exclusively for The European Sting by Ms. Gabriela Soares Amaral, a 23-year-old Brazilian, third-year medical student in Würzburg, Germany. It is affiliated with the International Federation of Medical Student Associations (IFMSA), cordial partner of The Sting. The opinions expressed in this article are strictly the author’s and do […]

United States strengthens Dominica disas...

[ad_1] The United States donated a field hospital worth approximately US $ 640,000 to the government of Dominica. This week, as part of the donation, the US field hospital manufacturer is training staff at Dominica’s Department of Health, Office of Disaster Management (ODM), fire and ambulance service Dominica and Dominica Cadet Corps on the setup […]

United States strengthens Dominica disas...

[ad_1] Aerial view of the Field Medical Hospital assembled in the Dominica Botanical Gardens in Roseau on May 26, 2021 as part of the ongoing training workshop. The United States donated a field hospital worth approximately US $ 640,000 to the government of Dominica. This week, as part of the donation, the US field hospital […]

Doctor, doctor: alternative education an...

[ad_1] It’s no secret that becoming a full-fledged doctor can take a lot of work. Professionals in this field must be able to deal with a wide range of medical conditions and issues and think quickly. Years of studying medicine, working to gain experience and proving yourself in this field can be too much for […]

Quillen College of Medicine graduates ex...

[ad_1] JOHNSON CITY – Seventy-three students graduated from East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine on Thursday. Now, they will scatter near or far to complete their residency programs even as the nation and the world continues to grapple with a COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the United […]

Murray teenager to study medicine on tri...

[ad_1] MURRAY – It’s probably fair to say that most 16-year-olds don’t know what to do with their lives. Even fewer would make the effort to travel to the other side of the globe to study their chosen field. Dylan McCallon, meanwhile, is far more passionate about a career in medicine than most teenagers would […]

Olympus opens new US headquarters in Mas...

[ad_1] The Westborough, MA facility is the new global headquarters for the Tokyo-based company’s medical operations. [Image courtesy of Olympus] Olympus has announced the opening of a new global headquarters in Westborough, Massachusetts, for its Therapeutic Solutions division. The facility, announced yesterday, is also the new US headquarters for the Tokyo-based company’s medical business. Olympus […]

UW obtains 4th best graduate program in ...

[ad_1] Dean Diana Hess said the number of specialty programs ranked within the School of Education is a “great strength for us”. UW-Madison ranked second in high school teacher education, behind Michigan State University, and among the top ten in all of its other specialty programs. “We are delighted and honored to be recognized once […]

Sick and tired: how the medical field ne...

[ad_1] Compassion and the respect to patients are essential to the delivery of effective health care. Despite advances carried out by activists and patients, the medical field perpetuates its long history of sexism, endangering the lives and well-being of women. From dismissive physicians to inadequate research, gender bias in health care stop women to receive […]

Keith Grant and Medical Representation –

[ad_1] Throughout February, we spotlight community leaders who are working to make a difference. It is part of our “Connecticut in Color” series. Keith Grant has become a trusted voice when people have questions about infectious diseases, especially COVID-19. Grant’s role in the United States Air Force and some humble beginnings allowed him to serve […]

Distrust of COVID vaccine stems from rea...

[ad_1] Tierney Highfill was in college when she first learned of the cruelty of Tuskegee’s study of black men in Alabama. She was at a friend’s house, but her thoughts instantly turned to her black father. “My father was born in 1938 outside of Birmingham, Alabama; he didn’t like to talk about it all, ”Highfill […]