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Washington Post

Fish-Oil Heart Medicine Is Rarest of Drug Breakthroughs
Washington Post
When medical breakthroughs are announced, they often affect a surprisingly small number of people, or at least initially. A growing share of new drugs these days are targeting rare diseases or niche patient groups, and their impact is further ...

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Healthcare IT News

Patient appointment scheduling jumps 131% with new IT at UAB Medicine
Healthcare IT News
Health system UAB Medicine, with its flagship 1,157-bed UAB Hospital on the University of Alabama at Birmingham campus, needed to solve what it called “the patient access paradox” – where patients are told to wait weeks, if not months, to see a ...

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AccuWeather.com

North Carolina woman charged after practicing veterinary medicine without a license while sheltering pets during ...
AccuWeather.com
A North Carolina animal rescuer, Tammie Hedges, is facing criminal charges for allegedly practicing veterinary medicine without a license while sheltering more than two dozen pets during the devastation of Hurricane Florence. Hedges runs Crazy's Claws ...
She gave medicine to pets she rescued from Hurricane Florence. She was arrested for it.Washington Post
Woman who sheltered Hurricane Florence animals is charged with practicing veterinary medicine without licenseFox News
Fundraiser by Raina Nyliram : Tammie Hedges Legal Battle - GoFundMeGoFundMe
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MadameNoire

Quad's Breakdown On Last Night's Episode Of Married To Medicine Hit Too Close To Home
MadameNoire
Given Quad Webb-Lunceford's run on Married to Medicine, it's hard to feel a lot of sympathy for her most of the time. However, her breakdown on Sunday night's episode was a very real moment that a lot of Black women can certainly identify with.



American Council on Science and Health

Part of The Story Is Always Bad Medicine
American Council on Science and Health
We love an answer now. But, any answer, well-informed or not, should not guide treatment. The right one is traditionally the safest and most optimal one. Speculation can inhibit great progress. Doing things the right way the first time in medicine ...



Regulatory Focus

Companies stepping up efforts to ensure medicine supply post Brexit
EU News
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has revised the number of centrally authorised medicines (CAPs) for which, based on current knowledge, there are concerns of Brexit-related supply disruptions from 108 to 39*. This revision results from EMA's ...
Brexit-Related Medicine Supply Disruptions: EMA Revises ListRegulatory Focus

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Street medicine crews bring health care to growing Minneapolis homeless camp
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The street medicine project is the result of a partnership hatched within the past two weeks by the Native American Community Clinic (NACC), Livio Health Group and the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, which have committed to providing medical ...



Tulsa World

OSU Medicine opens new addiction clinic in Tulsa
Tulsa World
“We are harnessing the creative energy of our faculty and staff to become the nation's leader in addiction medicine, pain management, behavioral health and virtual medicine," said Dr. Kayse Shrum, president of OSU Center for Health Sciences and dean of ...
Oklahoma State University Addiction Medicine Clinic Joins Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care NetworkPR Newswire (press release)

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The Independent

Alternative medicine use may put 1.3 million older people at risk, study suggests
The Independent
Some 1.3 million older people in Britain may be putting themselves at risk by taking alternative medicines with potential to interact with their prescribed drugs, a study has suggested. A poll of 155 people over the age of 65 who were taking at least ...

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