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Leonard Beerman dies at 93; pacifist rabbi of L.A.'s Leo Baeck Temple

Leonard Beerman, founding rabbi of the Westside's Leo Baeck Temple and a pacifist who often stoked anger with his vocal criticism of Israel, died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 93.

A Baby To Save Their Marriage! Tense-Looking Kimye Spotted At Medical Center Amid Buzz Of Baby #2

After Kourtney Kardashian’s new son Reign smoothed over her relationship issues with Scott Disick, Kim Kardashian is taking a page from her sister’s baby book. According to new… READ ON

Chicago Abortion Clinic That Killed Four Women in Abortions Injures Three Women in Two Days

When Pro-Life Action League national director Joe Scheidler arrived December 20 at the Albany Medical/Surgical Center abortion clinic with 30 pro-lifers for the last stop on the League’s “Empty Manger” Christmas Caroling Tour in Chicago, the group was greeted by an all too familiar sight: a woman being loaded into an ambulance. What’s more, on […]

Researchers Confirm Whole-Genome Sequencing Can Successfully Identify Cancer-Related Mutations

UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer researchers have demonstrated that whole-genome sequencing can be used to identify patients' risk for hereditary cancer.

Ocean Medical Center Earns Gold Seal of Approval for Joint Replacement Program

Hospital re-accredited by Joint Commission for hip and knee replacement programs

Westchester Medical eyes regional health system deal

Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla is in talks to explore a joint venture with Bon Secours Charity Health System, a Catholic health care system with operations in the Hudson Valley, New Jersey... To view the full story, click the title link.

Loyola to Give Blankets to Patients Who Will Spend Christmas in the Hospital

Loyola University Medical Center will bring comfort and warmth to its patients this Christmas through the gift of a homemade blanket.

President Bush In The News

[guest post by Dana] President George W. Bush, continuing to enjoy his post-presidency years with charitable works, played Santa Claus this weekend at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. Natalie Smith, a parent who had lost one of her twin daughters to heart disease and whose remaining daughter was in the hospital, posted: “Guess who just […]

Rockaway health center set for $16 million expansion

A health center located in one of the most medically underserved parts of Queens is set for a $16 million expansion.

Watching patients watching music videos helps detect brain injury location

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Brain injuries are complicated things and even now not fully understood. Researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center have completed a study that suggests eye tracking technology may be able to help locate and determine the extent of brain injuries as well as monitor recovery. Show More Summary

George Bush surprises hospital to hand out toys dressed as Santa

Kids who will be spending Christmas at the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas this year got a nice surprise when former president George W. Bush showed up dressed as Santa Claus

Head of Police Union Declares War on Protesters After NYPD Cops ‘Assassinated’

4 days agoNews : Truthdig

    NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, right, stands beside Mayor Bill de Blasio as he wipes his eye during a news conference at Woodhull Medical Center on Saturday, Dec. 20. Photo by AP/John Minchillo Two NYPD officers were killed in what...Show More Summary

Public health work is my serenity prayer

Three days after finishing my residency, I became the medical director of the community health center where I had taken my first job.  It forever changed, and probably saved, my career. The risk of burnout hit me early. While I loved patient care, I also found the stress, the lack of control of my time, […]

First Successful Vaccination Against "Mad Cow"-Like Wasting Disease in Deer

Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center and elsewhere say that a vaccination they have developed to fight a brain-based, wasting syndrome among deer and other animals may hold promise on two additional fronts: Protecting U.S. livestock from contracting the disease, and preventing similar brain infections in humans.

A day in the life of a hospitalist

I am a young hospitalist who is 16 months into my role at an urban academic medical center. Unlike many of my more-senior colleagues who found their way to hospital medicine by circumstance, luck, or as a second-career path, I have been planning my career in hospital medicine since the beginning of my residency training. […]

When discussing cancer treatment, the approach matters

Dr. Peterson, the radiation oncologist, gets right to the point. “The medical center’s tumor board has concluded that your cancer is inoperable, incurable and untreatable,” he says flatly. “Any chemotherapy or radiation treatments would be palliative in nature.” He begins explaining the reasons behind the board’s verdict, but everything he’s saying washes out. My mind […]

National Trial First to Focus on Long-Term Complications Associated with Chronic Kidney Disease, Diabetes, Hypertension

UT Southwestern Medical Center -- in collaboration with Parkland Health and Hospital System, Texas Health Resources, VA North Texas Health Care System, and ProHealth Physicians, Inc. of Connecticut -- will lead the first National Institutes...Show More Summary

Loyola Implants 100th Patient with Less-Invasive Heart Valve

Loyola University Medical Center has implanted its 100th patient with a new artificial aortic heart valve that does not require open-heart surgery.

Michael Bednar, MD Elected to Board of American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

- Loyola University Medical Center orthopaedic surgeon Michael S. Bednar, MD, FAAOS has been elected to the board of directors of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS).

Scientists identify new and beneficial function of endogenous retroviruses in immune response

DALLAS - Dec. 18, 2014 - Retroviruses are best known for causing contagious scourges such as AIDS, or more sporadically, cancer. But researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center and Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, found that endogenous retroviruses (ERV) also play a critical role in the body's immune defense against common bacterial and viral pathogens. read more

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