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Pew Research Center

Shows on crime, medicine make working in science look good, say ...
Pew Research Center
Many Americans are exposed to science through TV and movies, and they come away with a positive impression of working in science, technology and ...

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Florida Times-Union

UF Health Jacksonville dean of medicine Leon L. Haley Jr. becomes ...
Florida Times-Union
Leon L. Haley Jr., who joined UF Health Jacksonville as dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville last January, will become UF Health ...

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Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortages in the United States and Abroad: A Critical Issue
Annals of Internal Medicine
Yellow fever (YF) virus, a flavivirus that infects the liver, causes a self-limited febrile syndrome in 85% of patients. In the other 15%, however, it causes jaundice, bleeding, and renal damage, and half of these patients die. No antiviral therapy ...



The Register

AI in Medicine? It's back to the future, Dr Watson
The Register
But what if they don't actually improve? The caveat accompanies almost any mainstream story on machine learning or AI today. But it was actually being expressed with great confidence forty years ago, the last time AI was going to "revolutionise medicine".



AAFP News

Views From the 2017 Congress of Delegates and Family Medicine Experience
AAFP News
2018 Family Physician of the Year Gerard Hevern, M.D., of Suncook, N.H., has spent much of his professional life caring for patients with addiction disorders. He was honored during the 2017 Family Medicine Experience for his work in treating addiction ...



Newsweek

Man Who Woke Up After 15 Years Could Help People Medicine Gave Up On
Newsweek
This research builds off a larger body of work in which different techniques have been used to stimulate the thalamus in people who are in vegetative states, Joseph Fins, a professor at Weill Cornell Medicine and an expert in minimally conscious states ...

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Forbes

Pagers, AI, And Google: 3 Tales Of Technology And Medicine
Forbes
Medicine and technological advancement have been intimately intertwined, from the invention of the stethoscope to the latest innovations in MRI scanning. But the road isn't always smooth. There can be interesting bumps and glitches along the way, ...



Diabetes medicine reduces Parkinson's risk
Science Daily
Researchers at the Department of Clinical Medicine at the University of Bergen (UiB) have discovered that medical treatment against diabetes reduces the risk of getting Parkinson´s disease by 35 per cent. "We have made an important discovery, which ...



Whitehouse.gov (press release)

Readout of Second Lady Karen Pence's visit to the National Museum of Health and Medicine
Whitehouse.gov (press release)
Today, Second Lady Karen Pence visited the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Springs, Maryland to view the artwork titled, “Battle Signs: Using Art Therapy to Process TBI and PTS Injuries and Trauma.” The Vice President's mother, Nancy ...

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Empathizing With Narrative Medicine
Hospitals & Health Networks
Keeping the human element in medicine is increasingly difficult in the era of big data and technology, but the growing field of narrative medicine seeks to maintain empathy between provider and patient. Narrative medicine functions under the idea that ...


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