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It's absolutely time to panic about climate change • Good Medical

"It's, I promise you, worse than you think." That was the first sentence of David Wallace-Wells' horrific essay in 2017 in the New York magazine on climate change. It was an attempt to paint a very real picture of our… Continue Reading →

Former Vanderbilt nurse pleads not guilty to medical death

A former nurse at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) in Nashville, Tennessee, pleaded not guilty to reckless homicide after administering the wrong medication to a patient. Nurses across the country, especially the online nursing community, Show me your stethoscope, rallied… Continue Reading →

University athlete had a heart attack at age 21: "All my life has changed"

Molly Schroeder initially thought that her symptoms were caused by the anxiety of losing her mother. (IStock) September 14, 2012, Molly Schroeder decided to go and get a run before playing college football. "Fridays were normally less intense days to… Continue Reading →

Study tracking people who ate zombie deer meat found no ill-effects, so far • boingboing.net

Zombie deer disease is a disease that has been diagnosed with spongiform ecephalopathy by ungulates. Much like Mad Cow Disease, Scrapie in sheep, and Creutzfeldt-Jakob's disease in humans, misfolded proteins slowly destroying the brain, causing listlessness, discordination, dementia and finally… Continue Reading →

Novartis gene therapy would be profitable up to 900,000 USD: US group

(Good Medical) – An experimental gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy (AMS) developed by Novartis AG would cost US $ 900,000, according to an independent US non-profit organization that examines the value of drugs and treatments medical. PHOTO FILE: the… Continue Reading →

Pinterest limits vaccine research results to curb the spread of misinformation

Despite clear evidence vaccines are effective and safe, some people still choose not to be vaccinated or to vaccinate their children, which has contributed to a resurgence of measles cases on a global scale. In the United States, there have… Continue Reading →

Seven key questions to define your goals of software interoperability in the health field • Good Medical

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " GettyGetty Interoperability is currently a hot topic in the health sector. Interoperability issues can affect all types of health care organizations, including outpatient surgery centers (ASCs) and CHV management organizations. As CHVs begin… Continue Reading →

The best workout plan for men over 40

As you get older, your approach to life changes. You have more wisdom than you were when you were a young man of all your years of experience – but in some contexts, like the gym, you will have to… Continue Reading →

The Real's host, Tamera Mowry, has drunk Tia's twin sister's breast milk for healing properties & # 39;

Tamera Mowry-Housley [left] her twin sister Tia Mowry-Hardrict's [right] breastmilk. (Getty Images) Tamera Mowry-Housley Tia Mowry-Hardrict, her twin sister, has asked for a hand after her recent illness. Tia wrote on Instagram that she had sent her sister some breastmilk… Continue Reading →

9 ways to use Aloe Vera to simplify your life • brightside.me

Aloe Vera is known for its healing properties for thousands of years. It contains about 99% water and the rest is pure goodness. Most of us have heard that it is very effective against sunburn, but that aloe vera has… Continue Reading →

Is Sam Elliott's mustache in this film by Sam Elliott?

© New Line Cinema / Courtesy Everett Collection Sam Elliott, the actor with gritty voices, is nominated for an Oscar this Sunday, Feb. 24, for the first time in his long career. He is the best supporting actor in turn… Continue Reading →

Licensed Amazon employee with Crohn's disease sues a corporation for lack of breaks in the bathroom

In all normal work, when you have to leave, you must leave. This was not the case for a Amazon employee diagnosed with painful Crohn's disease. Nicolas Stover is suing the company after being fired from a call center in… Continue Reading →

Mental health for entrepreneurs • Good Medical

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Getty I have been a health care entrepreneur for 12 years now. I've collected about $ 30 million in venture capital and sold a medical equipment manufacturing company. I can honestly say that… Continue Reading →

How to get Jackson Roy's Jackson Maine Coarse Hair

WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND IMAGES METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER INC. Bradley Cooper's hair is the penis of the men's grooming industry. No other male celebrity experiences with his gaze as freely and with determination. He clearly understands the power of grooming, not… Continue Reading →

The tooth market will collapse. Two questions: first, why have a tooth fairy? Second, why doubling leaving money in the first place? In Russia, they only toss children behind the refrigerator, end of the transaction • nbcnews.com

Breaking News Emails Receive last minute alerts and special reports. News and stories that matter, delivered in the morning on weekdays. SUBSCRIBE February 22, 2019, 02:26 GMT By Alex Johnson The tooth fairy becomes more stingy. Children earned an average… Continue Reading →

Pinterest limits vaccine research results to curb the spread of misinformation

Despite clear evidence vaccines are effective and safe, some people still choose not to be vaccinated or to vaccinate their children, which has contributed to a resurgence of measles cases on a global scale. In the United States, there have… Continue Reading →

The Texas community celebrates the "miraculous recovery" of his boy with the sending of superheroes

Owen Coulter, 5, from Austin, Texas, was fired by a hero after a miraculous cure at the Dell Children's Hospital. (Chris Wilkinson / Austin Fire Department) A few days before Christmas, Owen Coulter, 5, from Austin, Texas, was transported to… Continue Reading →

Aphria Severs Links with Liberty Health Once and For All • seekalpha.com

Aphria (NYSE: APHA) announced on February 19, 2019 that it had completely abandoned its positions on Liberty Health (OTCQX: LHSIF), an American company specializing in medicinal cannabis operating primarily in Florida. The relationship between Aphria and Liberty dates back to… Continue Reading →

Why is the $ 350,000 Canadian aid used to send homeopaths to Honduras?

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly collection of eclectic and under-radar news on health and medical science sent to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you are not a subscriber yet, you can do it by clicking on… Continue Reading →

Bride-to-be would have a 3% chance of survival after getting a life-threatening infection

A 28-year-old woman in the United Kingdom was still celebrating her recent engagement when she landed at l & # 39; hospital with a deadly infection and we would have given him only 3% chance of survival. Victoria Gunstone, who… Continue Reading →

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