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Using God to Justify an Abortion: “I’ve Prayed About It and God Will Forgive Me”

Ask any sidewalk counselor. Odds are he or she has heard some version of this from those heading into the abortion clinic: “I know it’s wrong. But I’m a Christian and I’ve prayed about it and I know God will forgive. His grace is greater than all my sin.” What’s wrong with this picture? (Other […]

Trial of Clinic Staffers Who Killed Woman in Botched 22-Week Abortion Begins Next Year

After a brief hearing last Friday, Judge Rebecca Poulet of the Central Criminal Court in London determined that the trial of three medics accused of manslaughter by gross negligence in the death of an Irish woman will begin March 7, 2016. Aisha Chithira died hours after having an abortion at a Marie Stopes Clinic in […]

New Jersey Cracks Down on Rogue Abortion Provider. What Took So Long?

The move is a welcome step toward protecting women in the states in which clinics of criminal abortion provider Steven Brigham have operated, but the question remains as to why it took regulators so long to act. Image: Lawyer in court via Shutterstock The post New Jersey Cracks Down on Rogue Abortion Provider. What Took So Long? appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Why Hasn't Mobile Moved Medicine Further Yet?

The advent of the smartphone and mobile "apps" has opened the floodgates in hospital and clinic settings. With the ease of communication and newfound ability to access the web in the palm of our hand, the world has grown smaller for everyday users. Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders, Health Clinics and GOP Hypocrisy

Lee Fang, The Intercept: The conventional wisdom on Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is that he's a charming if impractical dreamer, a pie-in-the-sky socialist who's good at inspiring young people and aging hippies, but hopeless at the knife fighting that real-life politics requires. Show More Summary

Spectrometer Small Enough to Work With Smartphones for Bedside, Field Work

10 hours agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

Light spectrometry is used extensively in clinical medicine, biomedical research, and many others fields of inquiry. The machines that are able to accurately detect the wavelengths of light emitted by small objects tend to be quite large and immobile, confined to labs with samples being brought to the machines rather than the other way around. Show More Summary

Google, AdBlade Bar Abortion Clinic From Advertising

Abortion care services continue to be stonewalled by some of the web's most visited sites, as these Internet giants charge that abortion is not a family friendly topic. Image: Yeamake / The post Google, AdBlade Bar Abortion Clinic From Advertising appeared first on RH Reality Check.

At Least 5 Children Received Wrong Immunizations at New Jersey Clinic

12 hours agoHealth : Healthland

None of the children has apparently suffered any adverse health effects because of the errors

Yi Zhou: Body Memory (VIDEO)

Although a visit to Doctor Yi Zhou starts conventionally with "patients" filling out a clinical record it soon becomes clear that she is not your average doctor and this is not your average check up. Practising from her mobile Body Memory...Show More Summary

City of Hope Clinical Trial Offers Islet Cell Transplantation to People with Type 1 Diabetes

Physicians in the newly launched Diabetes & Metabolism Research Institute at City of Hope are now providing islet cell transplantation to suitable candidates through a clinical trial that they believe will be the first step in a multipronged effort to permanently cure type 1 diabetes.

Why Women Are Naturally Better Fly Anglers Than Men

So I floated the Warner sisters down the Yampa River the other day in my drift boat--my wife, Sarah, and her sister, Susie. And they proceeded to put on a fly-fishing clinic, making great casts along the bank all day. Both were rewarded by landing some hefty trout on dry flies. Show More Summary

World Health Organization Scolds Indian Company for Clinical Trial Violations

Yet another contract research organization in India is being scolded for its handling of clinical trial records.

Mayo Clinic Radio: Kidney Stones/Benefits of Chocolate/High-Tech Anesthesia

They're often no larger than a grain of sand... but they can be extremely painful. Kidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that form in your kidneys, and they're more common during the summer months. On this week's program, urologist Dr. Amy Krambeck explains what causes kidney stones and how they're treated. Also on the […]

Prescription Drug Study: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we hear from Dr. Jennifer St. Sauver who studied prescription drug use in the United States. To listen, click the link below. Prescription Drug Study

Aquatic exercise: Gentle on your bones, joints and muscles

Done correctly, water workouts can give you gains similar to those on land, including aerobic fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and better balance. Darcy Reber, D.N.P., family medicine provider at Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls, recommends aquatic exercise because: Water’s buoyancy supports your weight. Show More Summary

Scientists lead consensus guidelines for thyroid cancer molecular tests

National guidelines for thyroid cancer testing have been revised to reflect newly available tests that better incorporate personalized medicine into diagnosing the condition. The clinical explanation for when to use and how to interpret thyroid cancer tests is now available.

Mayo Clinic PathWays July 7: What’s the Diagnosis?

This week's Mayo Clinic PathWays case study is LIVE View the case and make your diagnosis. Learn more about Mayo Clinic PathWays in this news release.

Cancer Drug 49 Times More Potent Than Cisplatin

Tests have shown that a new cancer drug, FY26, is 49 times more potent than the clinically used treatment Cisplatin.

4 Common Mistakes Newlyweds Make

How to get past the “culture shock” of marriage from a clinical counseling couple. The post 4 Common Mistakes Newlyweds Make appeared first on OnFaith.

Clinic Worker Thought Nothing of Aborting Babies Until She Saw This. “My God What are You Doing?”

When does an unborn baby begin growing hair? Babies start growing hair before they are even born, Kids Health says. By the 14th week of pregnancy, babies in the womb develop a layer of lanugo, which is a soft, fine hair that starts on his face and eventually covers his entire body. Hair starts to […]

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