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Is there a creeping deregulation of health care?

Nebraska became the 20th state to adopt a law that makes it possible for nurses in a variety of medical fields with most advanced degrees to practice without a doctor’s oversight. Maryland’s governor signed a similar bill into law this month, and eight more states are considering such legislation, according to the American Association of […]

Kim Zolciak’s Butt Looks Curvier And Bigger: Doctors Say She Has Injected Fat Into Her Buttocks

Kim Zolciak has been in the spotlight for years, as she was one of the first housewives to film The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Kim was a single mother for years, but when she met Kroy Biermann, her family immediately began growing. At present time, Zolciak has six children, four of whom are with Biermann. Show More Summary

Doctors Going the Distance (In Education)

By EDGAR T. WILSON We need more doctors. Between older care providers retiring, and the general population shift that is the aging of the Baby Boomers, we are running into a massive demographic of more, older patients, living longer and managing more chronic conditions. This puts incredible pressure not just on the remaining doctors and

Tracee Ellis Ross Receives Honorary Doctorate From Alma Mater Brown University

Tracee Ellis Ross, star of ABC's Black-ish, was the recipent of an honorary degree from her alma mater, Brown University in Rhode Island. Ross, who graduated from Brown in 1994,

Baby Born With 12 Fingers And 12 Toes Baffles Doctors

When Jacob Duffy was born, his parents Rachael Hendry and John Duffy were shocked when they saw that he had an extra digit on each hand and each foot, meaning he had a total of 12 fingers and 12 toes. However, it wasn’t only Jacob’sShow More Summary

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President Obama adheres  to his disastrous Syria policy: “Syrian civil defense workers and doctors have documented 35 barrel bomb attacks where chlorine was allegedly used since 16 March – the latest of which was on Tuesday near the former regime stronghold of Jisr al-Shughour – with more than 1,000 injuries and nine deaths. More than 20 […]

Doctor Who Comic Hinge Wallet

This colorful Doctor Who Comic Hinge Wallet will keep your money safe as your travel through space and time! It has plenty of room for your cash and cards. The Doctor Who Comic Hinge Wallet features comic style images of Doctor Who, like the TARDIS, a Cyberman, and the 4th Doctor. This hinge style wallet […]

Want to become a doctor? Ask yourself the following questions.

I keep getting served a Facebook ad from the American Association of Medical Colleges imploring me to ask politicians to fund residency training for medical school graduates.  The link leads to a webpage with neat graphics and a series of well-designed cartoons dramatizing an ominous shortage of 90,000 doctors expected to occur by 2025. Continue reading... Your patients […]

[Premiere] Doctor Dru – The Pattern (Original Mix)

Part of the Hamburg based Jeudi Records family, Doctor Dru has been cooking up a storm on dancefloors across the world with his melancholic yet highly danceable house music. His latest release is “The Grain EP” which drops June 1st and we here at Discobelle can give you the exclusive premiere of the B-side track […]

Teen Who Was Shot In The Head Makes 'Astonishing' Recovery, Learns To Walk And Talk Again

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

After Turan Caudle was shot in the head earlier this year, doctors didn’t think the teen would survive. “He was in ICU,” the 17-year-old’s mother Sherita Caudle told WRC-TV. “The doctors said he wouldn't make it through that night. If...Show More Summary

Women doctors were vital in WW1 Europe

In 1887, while women were still denied the right to vote in the Australian colonies, 7 women began medical degrees at the Melbourne Medical School and two of them graduated in 1891. And the University of Sydney Medical School first produced two women grad­uates in 1893. Show More Summary

Herbs for Stress: Are Adaptogens the New Antidepressants?

One thing is for sure. Antidepressants abound these days. Seems doctors are prescribing them for everything from hormonal imbalance to headaches. But many people today are looking to herbal solutions as mood boosters and stress reducers. Show More Summary

Now This Is Going To Make A Major Change To The Way The PCEHR Will Work. Will Be Fun To Watch.

This appeared a few days ago.Doctors hit out over greater care role for pharmacists under new $19b dealDate May 18, 2015 - 11:41PM Dan Harrison "There is an opportunity for pharmacists to step into the primary care space, but we are doing this carefully and in an evidence-based way": Health Minister Sussan Ley. Show More Summary

Abortion worker: “Tiny arms and legs” are “unwanted growth”

by Kelli I followed my trainer to the lab where products of conception (P.O.C.) were inspected to make sure the doctor removed all the bits that, if left behind, could cause an infection. My trainer made a point to show me the tiny arms and legs floating in the glass baking pan. Show More Summary

New Texas Bill Would Dramatically Increase Hurdles for Abused and Neglected Teens Seeking Abortion

On Memorial Day 2015, the Texas Senate passed an anti-abortion bill that would make it far harder for abused, abandoned, and neglected minors who rely on “judicial bypass” to obtain an abortion. The bill would also require doctors who...Show More Summary

Actor Omar Sharif has Alzheimer's disease, his agent confirms

15 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Actor Omar Sharif, who won acclaim in such films as "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Doctor Zhivago," is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, his agent said Monday.

Contraceptive Pill 'Kills Young Teacher'

A young Englishwoman died tragically earlier this month after suffering a pulmonary embolism that doctors link to her use of the contraceptive pill, the Telegraph reports. "We felt angry when they first mentioned it could be the pill," says Julia Kurek, mother of 21-year-old Fallan Kurek. "She was only on...

Nurse Describes Horrific Abortion: Doctor Pulled So Hard He Decapitated the Baby

WARNING: This article contains a graphic description of an abortion procedure that readers will find unsettling. The essay “Products of Conception” is a first-hand account from a nurse who worked in a hospital that did abortions. It’s appeared in a little-known book called “The Abortion Debate: TCU Voices,” which was released in 2012.   Nurse Bonnie […]

Books: Review: ‘The Digital Doctor’ by Robert Wachter Weighs Medicine’s Technological Transformation

The author is both doubtful and hopeful, old enough to remember the way things used to work, young enough to appreciate technology.

Please forgive us for prescribing controlled drugs to just about everybody

Lately I’ve had the opportunity to work in an outpatient clinic where the regular doctor is out sick for a prolonged period of time. It is a breathtakingly beautiful little community, with green hills and a crystal clear river. It is also troubled by methamphetamine and prescription drug abuse. The little clinic in town is […]

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