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Medicine information leaflets 'too scary', say experts
BBC News
There is too much focus on the potential side-effects of medicines on information leaflets inside packs and not enough on their benefits, says the Academy of Medical Sciences. Its new report calls for them to be rewritten to give a more balanced view ...
Drug information leaflets are 'impenetrable' and 'unreadable': Medicine pamphlets must be improved so patients can ...Daily Mail
Medicine Information Leaflets Are 'Unreadable' And 'Impenetrable', Experts WarnHuffPost UK

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NPR

Combat Veteran Fights PTSD Through Hip-Hop : Shots - Health ...
NPR
A new hip-hop album by a veteran of the war in Afghanistan drops Wednesday. His target audience: fellow vets suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Concierge Medicine For $10 A Month? Yes, It's Possible.
Forbes
Say the words “concierge medicine” and most Americans will envision the kind of extravagant medical care reserved only for the rich and famous. A recent article in The New York Times lent some credence to this perception, revealing that a handful of ...

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New York Times

Fish as Medicine for Rheumatoid Arthritis - The New York Times
New York Times
Eating fish may help reduce the joint pain and swelling of rheumatoid arthritis, a new study has found.

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STAT

Landmark FDA approval bolsters personalized medicine
STAT
The approval represents an important first for the field of personalized medicine, which anticipates an era in which physicians use molecular tests to classify different forms of cancer based on the biomarkers they express, then choose the right ...



Stanford Medical Center Report

Annual awards honor outstanding teaching, patient care
Stanford Medical Center Report
Erika Schillinger, MD, clinical professor of medicine, received the Franklin G. Ebaugh, Jr. Award for Excellence in Advising Medical Students. James Lau, MD, clinical associate professor of surgery, received the Alwin C. Rambar-James BD Mark Award for ...

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Telegraph.co.uk

Standardisation helps integrate Eastern and Western medicine
Telegraph.co.uk
Tibetan medicine has stepped out of the Tibet autonomous region to spread to the rest of China and foreign countries, providing its unique treatments, prevention and rehabilitation abilities to all people, Tibetan medicine experts say. “Tibetan ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Traditional Tibetan medicine provides cost-effective alternatives
Telegraph.co.uk
Tibetan medicine, which is among the four famous traditional medical sciences in the world, has been revitalised in recent years thanks to the innovative inheritance of practitioners and the strong support of the government. Traditional Tibetan ...



Air Force Link

Air Force Medicine: Anytime, anywhere in the world
Air Force Link
Chief Master Sergeant David J. Little, Chief, Medical Operations and Research, Office of the Air Force Surgeon General, speaks during the Feb. 2017 Medical Museum Science Café at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, on Tues., Feb. 28, 2017.

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New York Times

Dr. Andrew Weil Says We're Taking Too Many Medicines
New York Times
Dr. Andrew Weil, still sporting his trademark white whiskers at age 75, says that we are taking too many medications. Dr. Weil is perhaps best known for popularizing the concept of integrative medicine, which melds traditional medicine with ...


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