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Billings Gazette

Centuries-old Medicine Wheel draws thousands to national forest in Wyoming
Billings Gazette
The most common Crow story is about how Burnt Face, a handsome young Crow, fell into the fire while entering his mother's tepee. Embarrassed of his severely burned face, he left his people to live in the mountains, where he built the Medicine Wheel ...



Global Risk Insights

Under the Radar: Africa is becoming traditional Chinese medicine's ...
Global Risk Insights
Traditional Chinese medicine is on the move in Africa, as China exports medical expertise and increasingly sources ingredients from Africa to meet demand.
Feature: Expanded use of traditional Chinese medicine in Cuba ...Xinhua

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Evolving medicine - The Hindu
The Hindu
It's that time of the year when virtually everyone talks of multiple tests that loom ahead, and various options before young people.We just returned from a holiday.

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Medscape

What Will the March for Science Mean for Medicine?
Medscape
The upcoming March for Science on Saturday represents issues of critical importance to biomedical science, public health, and clinical medicine, and as such will serve as a call-out to members of the medical community to become science advocates, say ...



Toledo Blade

Reality television vs. real veterinary medicine
Toledo Blade
The popularity of reality television has certainly expanded to include day-to-day life in some veterinary hospitals. While I am not debating the entertainment value of some of these programs, the medicine that is sometimes portrayed to the general ...



Iowa State Daily

Pat Halbur looks forward to his time leading College of Veterinary Medicine
Iowa State Daily
Halbur earned his doctorate of veterinary medicine in 1986 and doctorate in veterinary pathology in 1995 form Iowa State. He has also served at the university as a professor, chair of veterinary diagnostic and animal medicine and executive director of ...



The Mercury News

Patients can teach the next generation of doctors, Stanford experts say
The Mercury News
“As patients, we are not just our symptoms, we're not just our disease,” said Walker, a patient advocate, addressing a diverse audience at the Medicine X Ed conference held Sunday at Stanford University. Walker urged health care providers to recognize ...

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Doctors, pharmacists raise concern over government's generic medicine diktat
Times of India
The MCI has decided to take strict disciplinary action against doctors violating the guidelines. The doctors, however, claimed they have no issue in prescribing generic medicines and pharmacists also said they have no problem in dispensing such drugs.

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New Haven Register

Dr. David Katz, Preventive Medicine: Marching for Science: of advance, and retweet
New Haven Register
While I am proud I was a participant in the March for Science in New Haven, I think in 2017 the argument for science is perhaps best made with fingers, and a tweet, rather than marching feet. I don't mean the 140-character-or-less content of any given ...
Washington DC - March for ScienceMarch for Science
Satellite Marches - March for ScienceMarch for Science
Saturday's March Aims To Stand Up For ScienceNPR

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National Institutes of Health (press release)

The future of health begins with All of Us
National Institutes of Health (press release)
... from one million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health. By taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment, and biology, researchers will uncover paths toward delivering precision ...

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