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We May Finally Know Why Marijuana Helps People With Chronic Gut Problems — ESIST

Your daily selection of the latest science news! According to Popular Science (This article and its images were originally posted on Popular Science August 13, 2018 at 06:22PM.) As John Mayer tells us (and tells us, and tells us), your body is a wonderland. When it comes to microbial life, this holds especially true for […] … Continue reading We May Finally Know Why Marijuana Helps People With Chronic Gut Problems — ESIST

Solid Evidence That Attending Medical Devices Training Is Good for Your Career Development — Compliance4all

These bodies also state the nature of the regulations and the requirements that medical device and healthcare organizations need to adhere to in order to meet their expectations. via Solid Evidence That Attending Medical Devices Training Is Good for Your Career Development — Compliance4all   Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill … Continue reading Solid Evidence That Attending Medical Devices Training Is Good for Your Career Development — Compliance4all

The Robot Will See You Now: Could Computers Take Over Medicine Entirely – Tim Adams

Like all everyday miracles of technology, the longer you watch a robot perform surgery on a human being, the more it begins to look like an inevitable natural wonder. Earlier this month I was in an operating theatre at University College Hospital in central London watching a 59-year-old man from Potters Bar having his cancerous … Continue reading The Robot Will See You Now: Could Computers Take Over Medicine Entirely – Tim Adams

6 Tips for Building Trust With Your Child’s Doctors – Beth Arky

Find clinicians who get your kid. “We have an exceptional relationship with our OT and a solid one with our developmental pediatrician,” Dana W. writes. “They value our kiddo in ways the regular world doesn’t. [The OT] had one 90-minute session with him and she spoke our language. In so many other situations, I feel … Continue reading 6 Tips for Building Trust With Your Child’s Doctors – Beth Arky

No Scientific Evidence That Probiotics Improve Anxiety Symptoms In Humans, Finds Study – David DiSalvo

A new review and analysis of several studies has found that probiotics do not improve self-reported anxiety symptoms in humans, although there was evidence of minor improvements in rodents. The study reviewed 36 preclinical studies in total, 14 involving humans and 22 involving rats and mice. That’s a decent-sized sampling of the research covering a variety of probiotic … Continue reading No Scientific Evidence That Probiotics Improve Anxiety Symptoms In Humans, Finds Study – David DiSalvo

5 Habits That Are Draining Your Energy – Dr. David B. Samadi

We rely on energy to get through the day, the week, the year. We know that losing out on sleep can leave us feeling drained, but sleep deprivation is only one of a long list of possible reasons behind feeling exhausted. The following are some of the typical pitfalls which will cause chronic fatigue: You … Continue reading 5 Habits That Are Draining Your Energy – Dr. David B. Samadi

A Third of Students Need Eye Exams, Study Finds – Sarah D. Sparks & Alex Harwin

Despite the spread of nearsightedness among U.S. schoolchildren, nearly 1 in 3 has not had a vision screening in at least two years, according to a new Education Week Research Center analysis of federal data, and research suggests several ways schools may help reduce children's risk of bad eyesight. Myopia, or nearsightedness, means that a … Continue reading A Third of Students Need Eye Exams, Study Finds – Sarah D. Sparks & Alex Harwin

Alexithymia: The Unheard-of Medical Condition Impact The Emotions We Feel – Emma Young

Stephen has been married twice. Two wedding days. Two “I do”s. Yet Stephen has no happy memories from either – or, in fact, from the marriages or any of his relationships. He met his first wife on a pre-nursing course when he was just 16. Six years later, they were married. Three years after that, … Continue reading Alexithymia: The Unheard-of Medical Condition Impact The Emotions We Feel – Emma Young

Could Immunotherapy Lead the Way to Fighting Cancer – Robin Marantz

In the morning of June 24, 2014, a Tuesday, Vanessa Johnson Brandon awoke early in her small brick house in North Baltimore and felt really sick. At first, she thought she had food poisoning, but after hours of stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea, she called her daughter, Keara Grade, who was at work. “I feel … Continue reading Could Immunotherapy Lead the Way to Fighting Cancer – Robin Marantz

Standardized Patients Play Active Role in Medical Education

Newswise — WINSTON–SALEM, N.C. – May 16, 2018 – They’re actors, but they don’t perform on stage or in front of cameras. And they don’t do drama or comedy. Rather, they specialize in injuries and illnesses. “I’ve had every disease you can imagine,” said Donna Sparks, a retired teacher who, along with her husband, Jeff, … Continue reading Standardized Patients Play Active Role in Medical Education

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