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Asheville Citizen-Times

2 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 ...



Triangle Business Journal

Paul Garofolo is looking to change medicine one bacteria at a time ...
Triangle Business Journal
Paul Garofolo has been staying busy at the helm of Research Triangle Park-based Locus Biosciences in 2017.
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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, ...



BBC News

The people taking medicine to extremes
BBC News
From humanitarian disasters, to working in the world's poorest areas, to mountains or space - wherever there are people, medicine can be practised in the most extreme of settings. The World Extreme Medicine Conference, taking place in Edinburgh this ...

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Christus' Pulmonary Medicine Center at Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital provides for diagnose, maintenance of ...
Tyler Morning Telegraph
“The sooner people are diagnosed, the better their prognosis is,” said Dr. Jeffrey Shea, of Christus Trinity Clinic Pulmonary Medicine Center. “You can stop it where it is when it is diagnosed and treat it, but you can't cure it,” Shea said. “You can ...



The Independent

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 ...

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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.



Lynn Doctor to Take up Painting After 40 Years in Medicine
U.S. News & World Report
Lynn Doctor to Take up Painting After 40 Years in Medicine. Dr. Michael Schrenko will retire at the end of the month after practicing medicine for nearly four decades in Lynn. Nov. 20, 2017, at 4:05 p.m.. Lynn Doctor to Take up Painting After 40 Years ...

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Simply Wall St

Editas Medicine Inc. (EDIT) Plunges 8.67% on November 24
Equities.com
Editas Medicine Inc. (EDIT) had a rough trading day for Friday November 24 as shares tumbled 8.67%, or a loss of $-2.45 per share, to close at $25.80. After opening the day at $28.35, shares of Editas Medicine Inc. traded as high as $28.35 and as low ...
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IEEE Spectrum

Can Tech Moguls Cure What Ails Medicine?
IEEE Spectrum
Who will invent tomorrow's life-saving and life-extending medicines? Not medical schools. Not research physicians. Not biologists. Computer people. Really? The geeks will save us? Maybe. Spanning diseases as diverse as cancer and malaria, in the gnarly ...


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