Doctors sedate sheep to explore anesthesias dark side – Cape Cod Times

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Doctors sedate sheep to explore anesthesias dark side  Cape Cod Times A paper published last month showed that volatile-gas anesthesia was associated with higher activity in a key nerve that corresponded with a potentially … Source
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In 1930s Tunisia, French Doctors Feared a 'Tea Craze' Would Destroy Society – Atlas Obscura

Outside a Moorish cafe, Tunis, Tunisia, in the late-19th century, when coffee was still the dominant drink and tea was rare. Library of Congress/LC-DIG-ppmsc-06041 In 1927, at a meeting of the Academy of Medicine in Paris, a French-trained Tunisian doctor, Béchir Dinguizli, sounded the alarm about a “new social...
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Burnout among physicians drops but depression on the rise, AMA survey finds – ModernHealthcare.com

About 44% of physicians reported at least one burnout symptom in 2017, a substantial decrease from 2014 when roughly 54% suffered from burnout, according to a new survey from the American Medical Association. But while reported burnout dropped, the number of doctors who reported feeling depressed rose over...
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Klobuchar defends her record on regulating medical devices – Albuquerque Journal

MINNEAPOLIS — In her more than two terms as a senator representing Minnesota, Amy Klobuchar has built a reputation as an effective champion for consumer safety, sponsoring bills that improve swimming pool safety, ban lead in children’s products and tackle the nation’s opioid crisis. “Consumers deserve products that...
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300 Vials Per Minute: The Pace of Progress for Catalent – Inside INdiana Business

Just 18 months after entering Indiana’s life sciences landscape, Catalent says the “red hot” biologics sector is driving the company’s repeated large investments in Bloomington. Catalent, a contract development and manufacturing organization, does business with 41 of the top 50 biotechnology companies globally. As one of Catalent’s two nerve...
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Difficult decisions ahead for Fife health and social care spending – The Courier

© PA Fife will have to look beyond traditional methods of healthcare delivery, it has been warned Technology could be used more widely to provide care remotely across Fife. The proposal has emerged as health and social care leaders consider ways to plug a multi million pound funding gap....
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The fascinating Ugandan c-sections that predated modern medicine – Aleteia EN

African medical practitioners ensured the safety of countless women and babies well before it was successfully done in the West. Mothers today are giving birth to healthy bundles thanks to centuries of experience and healthcare passed down from one generation to the next. As late as the mid-18th century,...
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Don’t Wait Until Your Doctor Kicks the Habit to Start Eating Healthy – Care2.com

When famed surgeon Michael DeBakey was asked why his studies published back in the 1930s linking smoking and lung cancer were ignored, he had to remind people about what it was like back then. We were a smoking society. Smoking was in the movies, on airplanes. Medical meetings were...
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5 Questions to Help You Live Your Best Life to the End – Psychology Today

Source: Warren Berger I’m fascinated by the power of questions to help people grapple with tough issues. And what could be tougher than contemplating the end of your life (even if you don’t know when that might be)? Can questions help us deal with that off-putting topic? It may...
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