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Forbes

Is Herbal Medicine Safe? A Doctor Weighs In
Forbes
With herbal medicine, you don't have a clue what is in the product. They are totally unregulated, the manufacturing is not inspected, and they don't need to follow any guidelines. It's scandalous that the $37 billion a year supplement industry through ...



Scientific American (blog)

We've Already Got Socialized Medicine
Scientific American (blog)
A conservative argument against socialized medicine is based on the tragic vision of human nature, which suggests that people are guided by innate self-interests, and that society—and, by implication, biotech—requires constraint through moral and ...



News-Medical.net

Women doctors set to take center stage at World Extreme Medicine Conference
News-Medical.net
At the World Extreme Medicine Conference, (http://www.extrememedicineexpo.com/ ) which will take place at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh, EH8 8AS from Saturday November 25 to Monday November 27 2017, women doctors, medics and endurance athletes ...



New York Post

Surgeon suspended from practicing medicine dies of overdose ...
New York Post
BISMARCK, N.D. — Authorities say a Bismarck oral surgeon who was temporarily suspended from practicing medicine has died from a suspected drug ...

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Medscape

AMA President Reacts to Article About Relevance of Organized Medicine
Medscape
Science, politics, and policy constantly change the landscape of medicine and the medical profession. Change that is guided and informed has the power to bring positive results. The questions for physicians today are whether we spark change to ...



KETV Omaha

Nebraska Medicine to close inpatient burn unit - KETV.com
KETV Omaha
Nebraska Medicine announced Thursday morning that it will be closing its inpatient burn unit in Omaha. Patients with serious burns will now be sent to the ...

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MedCity News

Penn Medicine CIO weighs in on precision medicine
MedCity News
As the precision medicine movement gains speed in healthcare, Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine is looking to take advantage of all it has to offer. Its efforts have undoubtedly been noteworthy. In January 2016, it founded the Penn Center for Precision ...

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Ars Technica

“Alternative” medicine's toll on cancer patients: Death rate up to 5X higher
Ars Technica
Those who skipped or delayed conventional treatment to use alternative ones had as much as a 5.7-fold increased risk of dying within five years than those who stuck with conventional medicine, the researchers reported in the Journal of the National ...
Alternative medicine for cancer more than doubles death riskNew York Daily News
Cancer patients who use alternative medicine more than twice as ...The Independent
Treating cancer with alternative medicine more than doubles your ...ScienceAlert
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Lincoln Journal Star

Nebraska Medicine to close burn center, send patients to St. Elizabeth
Lincoln Journal Star
CHI Health and Nebraska Medicine announced a new collaboration Thursday that will make St. Elizabeth the only burn care center in the state.
Nebraska Medicine, CHI Health make changes to burn care - KMTV ...KMTV - 3 News Now

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Futurism

Researchers Used Tiny Autonomous Vehicles to Deliver Medicine to the Stomach of Mice
Futurism
... the human body, and administer precise treatment. In this study, micromotors were used to provide mice with a dose of antibiotics every day for five days. This regimen was found to be more effective than the standard method of administering the ...
Micromotors treat bacterial infectionYouTube
Drug-delivering micromotors treat their first bacterial infection in the stomachUCSD Jacobs School of Engineering - University of California San Diego
Phys.org - gastric acidPhys.org
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