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Fairfield Daily Republic

NorthBay redefines community medicine
Fairfield Daily Republic
NorthBay expanded in Vacaville in 2016, opening the VacaValley Wellness Center, which is now home to the Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology, the Center for Integrative Medicine and the 30-year-old NorthBay Cancer Center. Cancer patients have ...



San Francisco Chronicle

Cryotherapy: Is it the coolest thing in sports medicine?
San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Chronicle columnist Scott Ostler steps out of a cryotherapy chamber after he tried out the latest trend in sports health therapy called cryotherapy. Athletes from various Bay Area teams are turning to the liquid nitrogen low temp ...



Aspen Times

Tim Willoughby: A well-named patent medicine cures whatever ails you
Aspen Times
Patent medicine manufacturers claimed their products, such as this one from 1889, would cure almost any condition. A pharmaceutical breakthrough of 1899 led to real pain relief and the replacement of phony patent medicines. Workers at Bayer ...



New Haven Register

Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: Truth about the bell curve and health
New Haven Register
I was privileged this past week to deliver commencement addresses for Bastyr University on their campuses in San Diego, and Seattle, to a combined audience of several thousand, celebrating the graduation of hundreds of students receiving various ...

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BBC News

Medicine information leaflets 'too scary', say experts
BBC News
There is too much focus on the potential side-effects of medicines on information leaflets inside packs and not enough on their benefits, says the Academy of Medical Sciences. Its new report calls for them to be rewritten to give a more balanced view ...
Drug information leaflets are 'impenetrable' and 'unreadable': Medicine pamphlets must be improved so patients can ...Daily Mail
Medicine Information Leaflets Are 'Unreadable' And 'Impenetrable', Experts WarnHuffPost UK

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Family medicine doctors graduate from Phoebe residency program
WALB-TV
Five new family medicine doctors will soon enter the workforce after spending three years of their residency. (Source: WALB). Doctors Danielle Andrews, Sarah Codrea, Justin Lancaster, John Macon and Jennifer Yam graduated the Phoebe Family Medicine ...



Huntington Herald Dispatch

Marshall's Yingling honored by department of internal medicine
Huntington Herald Dispatch
Courtesy of Marshall University Dr. Kevin Yingling, right, is congratulated by Dr. Joseph Shapiro, dean of the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, for being recognized with the dedication of an educational room at the Byrd Clinical ...



New York Times

Dr. Andrew Weil Says We're Taking Too Many Medicines
New York Times
Dr. Andrew Weil, still sporting his trademark white whiskers at age 75, says that we are taking too many medications. Dr. Weil is perhaps best known for popularizing the concept of integrative medicine, which melds traditional medicine with ...



Amid Venezuela political crisis, shortages of medicine soar
USA TODAY
As political unrest in Venezuela erupts for the third consecutive month, thousands of people need medical aid but face difficulties obtaining basic supplies due to severe shortages. The country has been suffering an 85% shortage of medicine and a 90 ...



STAT

Landmark FDA approval bolsters personalized medicine
STAT
The approval represents an important first for the field of personalized medicine, which anticipates an era in which physicians use molecular tests to classify different forms of cancer based on the biomarkers they express, then choose the right ...


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