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How Medicine Became the Stealth Family-Friendly Profession – The New York Times

Britni Hebert was chief resident, on track for a career in the highly demanding field of oncology, when she found out she was having twins. “Everything kind of just tilted on its head,” she said. She couldn’t imagine 80-hour workweeks with two newborns at home, while her husband was...
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University of Houston unveils renderings of new College of Medicine – KTRK-TV

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The University of Houston System unveiled its renderings for the College of Medicine building Thursday morning. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, along with heads of the university took part in a ceremonial bill signing. “This cutting-edge medical school building is not only vital...
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New Cutting Edge Treatment Center, Klarity Life, Offers Alternative to Traditional Drug & Alcohol Detox Programs – Yahoo Finance

LAS VEGAS, Aug. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — New holistic treatment program, Klarity Life, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the first to combine and administer the two breakthrough medications, IV NAD+ and Ketamine, together to help combat major depressive disorders, withdrawals from detox and addiction. Its pioneering physician utilizes a...
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UH unveils renderings of planned medical school – Houston Chronicle

Groundbreaking for the University of Houston’s planned medical school is spring 2020. This architectural rendering shows the front of building. Groundbreaking for the University of Houston’s planned medical school is spring 2020. This architectural rendering shows the front of building. Photo: UH College Of Medicine Photo: UH College Of...
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St. Joseph Medical Center Meets Area Shortage Of Diabetic Care With New Clinic And Experienced Endocrinologist – lstribune

Aug. 17, 2019 St. Joseph Medical Center recently hired an endocrinologist to better treat patients in the metro with diabetes, thyroid disease, and other hormone and metabolic issues related to the endocrine glands. Dr. Ahmad Almubaslat The hiring of Dr. Ahmad Almubaslat coincides with the hospital’s opening of a...
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Sarepta now needs flawless progress for gene therapy – BioPharma Dive

Overnight, Sarepta became more dependent on its Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene therapy project. The Food and Drug Administration on Monday rejected Vyondys 53 — and potentially set back another experimental drug called casimersen —​ on safety worries, an action that calls into question lofty revenue ; Of course, the...
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Telemedicine could keep older patients out of the hospital. So why hasn't it taken off? – Politico

For years, experts have touted the use of telemedicine as a way to let elder care organizations tap the expertise of geriatricians or other doctors to treat their residents for problems that don’t appear to rise to the level of an emergency. | Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo It’s easy enough...
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Telemedicine care yields comparable results to in-person care for medication abortions – MobiHealthNews

A recent study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology found that women using telemedicine for a medication abortion had comparable outcomes to those accessing an in-person provider for ; In fact, researchers reported that the rate of ongoing pregnancy and aspiration procedures was lower in women who used the telemedicine services than in-person...
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Why employees won't sign up for telemedicine – Employee Benefit News

Employers have welcomed telehealth benefits with open arms, but they’re having a hard time getting employees to share their enthusiasm. Almost 75% of major employers offered some type of telehealth benefit in 2018, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation Employee Health Benefit Survey, up from just 27% in 2015....
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