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Anchorage Daily News

Should Alaska's naturopaths be allowed to prescribe medicine?
Anchorage Daily News
Naturopathic physician Abby Laing works with Thrive Integrative Medicine on Northern Lights Boulevard in Anchorage. Photographed on March 28, 2018. (Marc Lester / ADN). Naturopathic physician Abby Laing works with Thrive Integrative Medicine on ...



The Japan Times

Naoyuku Kawahara: Helping Sudan heal with medicine and more
The Japan Times
In 1998, Naoyuki Kawahara, who desperately wanted to work abroad, accepted a one-year placement in Tanzania. It was the only overseas option on offer for his medical course at Kyushu University. It was intended to be a year for him to experience, for ...



ABC Online

Gut bacteria: Medicine's missing piece or just hype?
ABC Online
It's been hailed as the next frontier for improving health and treating disease. As researchers, we are regularly asked whether profiling the gut microbiome will provide answers to a range of chronic health conditions, including allergies, fatigue ...



Gaston Gazette

Human touch needed in modern medicine
Gaston Gazette
My recent interview with Gastonia's Dr. C. Ellis Fisher, who will be retiring after 45 years of practice at the end of May, was one of the more pleasant conversations I've had since joining The Gazette last July. By all accounts, Fisher is a remarkably ...

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UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)

Emergency medicine: Choreographing in chaos
UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)
Emergency medicine: Choreographing in chaos. April 20, 2018. How to measure if your acute-care professionals are responding appropriately? Email Facebook Twitter Share. picture of emergency entrance to Harborview Medical Center. Clare McLean. The ...



MedPage Today

ACP: Root Gender Bias Out of Medicine
MedPage Today
NEW ORLEANS -- "Aren't you the princess of the ACP?" Those words, related to her position as chair of the American College of Physicians board of governors, were tossed off in jest by a colleague of Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, the lead author of ACP's ...



Stanford Medical Center Report

Symposium on promises, pitfalls of technology in medicine
Stanford Medical Center Report
Technology is transforming medicine. Today, computers can recognize skin cancer. Data maps plot locations where people are likely to have asthma attacks. Sensors track the handwashing hygiene of caregivers in a hospital. In the midst of these ongoing ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Medicine shortages - why are they worse and is it putting patients in danger?
Telegraph.co.uk
An EpiPen can mean the difference between life or death for an allergy sufferer. A severe reaction – caused by shellfish, a bee sting or nut allergies – can be instantly treated with a jab of the adrenalin shot, which reverses the deadly symptoms of ...



Presence Medical Group Family Medicine physician offers seasonal allergy insight
The Bugle
It's that time of the year again…seasonal allergies are upon us. According to the American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology (ACAAI), spring allergies begin in February and last until early summer. The ACAAI website also states, “Allergies are ...

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AAFP News

Family Medicine Cares USA Supports Free Medical Clinics
AAFP News
In 2017 alone, FMC USA-sponsored clinics reported having more than 3,100 volunteers, including medical students, family medicine residents, and active and retired family physicians. FMC USA's support helped launch the Still Caring Health Connection ...


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