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Triangle Business Journal

Looking to change medicine one bacteria at a time
Triangle Business Journal
About two and a half years ago, Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou and I were collaborating through the Hi-tech Entrepreneurial program at N.C. State when we combined two CRISPR discoveries – discoveries that could potentially change the future of medicine by ...

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Bravo (blog)

Married to Medicine's Dr. Jackie Walters Will Not Stand for Double Standards
Bravo (blog)
If you've been following Married to Medicine pal Dr. Jackie Walters, you know that this season began with a huge shock. The first episode of Season five dived straight into the revelation that Jackie's husband, Curtis Berry, had been cheating on her ...



Asheville Citizen-Times

Two Buncombe high school students hospitalized after ingesting cold medicine
Asheville Citizen-Times
WEAVERVILLE - Two North Buncombe High School students were hospitalized and three others sickened after taking heavy amounts of an over-the-counter cold medication, school system and law enforcement officials acknowledged during interviews this ...



Washington Post

In the woods and the shadows, street medicine treats the nation's homeless
Washington Post
LaCroix called her boss, Brett Feldman, a physician assistant who heads the “street medicine” program at Lehigh Valley Health Network. He rushed out of a meeting, and together the two hiked into the woods. They found Jeff Gibson in a fetal position, ...



Wall Street Journal

As a Medicine, Pot Has Pluses and Minuses
Wall Street Journal
“Can Marijuana Alleviate the Opioid Crisis?” (op-ed, Nov. 20) by Richard Boxer is spot on. The need for changes in the regulations to allow for the study of marijuana is real and immediate. Further research on medical marijuana is critical for the ...



Bangkok Post

Medicine woman
Bangkok Post
Test Yourself is where you can improve your reading skills. Whether it's for tests like University Entrance Exams or IELTS and TOEFL, or even just for fun, these pages help you to read, understand and improve your English. Read the following story by ...



Bad medicine
The Hindu
An important question that we must ask is, why do people take random medicines without consulting a physician (“Pill talk”, Nov. 23)? This is because physicians charge hefty amounts for mere check-ups, or prescribe medicines for even a common flu.



Nuclear Medicine in Argentina – Interview with Lola Fiskel | IAEA
International Atomic Energy Agency
Lola Fiskel, patient at the Nuclear Diagnostics Centre Foundation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, talks about her heart condition. Thanks to nuclear medicine, ...

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Hindu Business Line

Now, a mobile app to remind elders of medicine schedules
Hindu Business Line
The app lets the user take a picture of his/her medicine using mobile phone camera, or input the information manually, and a specific time when each needs to be consumed. Once that is done, the app will remind him/her of when the medicines need to be ...



Deccan Chronicle

Millions of donkeys 'beaten to death with hammers' to make traditional Chinese medicine
The Independent
New footage released by animal rights group PETA shows donkeys in Chinese farms being hit on the head with a sledgehammer in a bid to make ejiao, a medicine made from donkey skin. Ejiao has become increasingly popular among affluent Chinese ...
Cruelty on animals: Video of donkeys being killed for Chinese medicineDeccan Chronicle

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