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Forbes

RoosterBio Is Targeting $67 Billion Global Regenerative Medicine Market
Forbes
When you hear about “Regenerative Medicine,” it is often about stem cell therapy and tissue engineering. These two innovations alone are driving the large industry market estimates ranging from four billion dollars to $67 billion. The National ...



The Conversation US

Why medicine leads the professions in suicide, and what we can do about it
The Conversation US
Earlier this month, one of us visited a prominent U.S. medical school to give a lecture on the topic of burnout and how physicians can find more fulfillment in the practice of medicine. Sadly, that very day, a fourth-year medical student there took her ...



New York Times

Using Medicine and Science to Improve the Quality of Life
New York Times
To Ms. Onie, that story offers an example of what is wrong with America's health care system: It can be so focused on medicine that it misses the social issues that really drive health. For more than 20 years since she co-founded the nonprofit Health ...



Lifehacker Australia

Your Baby's Teething Medicine Could Be Dangerous
Lifehacker Australia
If you're a parent, you've been there. All the rocking, patting and rounds of “Old McDonald” in the world won't stop your baby's misery. After weeks of sleepless nights, you think the child might need to be exorcised, but then it turns out she's just ...
FDA asks teething medicine manufacturers to stop selling product due to potentially deadly side effectsKFSN-TV
Don't Use Baby Teething Medicine With Benzocaine, the FDA WarnsGoodHousekeeping.com
FDA warns teething medicines unsafe, wants them off shelvesCNBC
Fox17 -HealthyChildren.org -MedlinePlus
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KETV Omaha

CHI, Nebraska Medicine team up to stop violence
KETV Omaha
Two local health systems are teaming up to prevent violence in the metro. CHI Health and Nebraska Medicine are working together with Omaha violence prevention group YouTurn, which supports families in crisis during stressful times and works to defuse ...

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The Guardian

Mambas, medicine and one girl's race to survive Kenya's biting problem
The Guardian
In a country where snakebite treatment is costly, hard to come by and often inadequate, Rashid Chiti feared the worst when his daughter was bitten by a black mamba. Now the World Health Assembly is about to pass a resolution that might finally boost ...



Loyola Medicine survey finds 16 percent of burn patients test positive for PTSD
EurekAlert (press release)
MAYWOOD, IL - A Loyola Medicine survey has found that 15.8 percent of adult burn patients screened positive for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The survey by clinical psychologist Elizabeth Simmons, PsyD, licensed clinical social worker Kelly ...



Medscape

Calling Out the FDA's 'We Don't Regulate Medicine' Mantra
Medscape
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) likes to say, "We don't regulate the practice of medicine." As an example, in a recent journal article, authors from the FDA wrote: "[T]he practice of medicine is outside the FDA's purview." And regarding the ...



FierceHealthcare

Survey: Patients are ill-informed about precision medicine
FierceHealthcare
Many patients are unfamiliar with precision medicine, but when they're educated on what genomics can do, they're excited about the possibilities it creates for their care, according to a new survey. The Personalized Medicine Coalition and GenomeWeb ...



Tufts Now

School of Medicine Faculty Named to Endowed Professorships
Tufts Now
Ekaterina “Katya” Heldwein, program director of molecular microbiology and professor of molecular biology and microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine, has been appointed the American Cancer Society (Massachusetts Division) Professor of ...


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