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Cleveland Clinic Florida offers 'concierge medicine' — for $4,000 a ...
Sun Sentinel
Would you pay $4000 a year for 24/7, 365-day-a-year access to a personal physician? Cleveland Clinic Florida is betting its new Concierge Medicine program will attract patients willing to pay $333 a month for an added layer of attention and treatment.

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WPTZ

First with Kids: Making the medicine easier to swallow
WPTZ
Giving your child a choice of how to take the medicine may help. Numbing the taste buds with a popsicle or ice chips can reduce any sense of an unpleasant taste. Another idea is to mix the medicine with a strong flavor like chocolate pudding or vanilla ...



OSU - The Lantern

Veterinary medicine helps boost Ohio economy
OSU - The Lantern
The boom of veterinary medicine in Ohio has impacted the economy with a high growth rate in employment and revenue. Veterinary medicine employs more than 93,000 people and contributes nearly $13 billion to the state's economy when the industry is ...

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Washington Post

Here's Why Editas Medicine Gained as Much as 14.2% Today
Motley Fool
Shares of gene-editing pioneer Editas Medicine (NASDAQ:EDIT) rose over 14% today after Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG) announced it will acquire the remaining 90% of Juno Therapeutics (NASDAQ:JUNO) it didn't already own. The $9 billion blockbuster deal is just ...
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Tourism chief: Raiders will spur growth of sports medicine in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Sun
... of approving all of the agreements needed to finance and build the 65,000-seat stadium. Meanwhile, the first group of students at UNLV's medical school has completed the first half of its first year of studies. UNLV officials are continuing to ...



Newsweek

The Low Tech Revolution That's Transforming Medicine
Newsweek
Much of the progress in medicine since I was a medical student has involved expensive, high-tech diagnostic tests and therapies – a trend that has accelerated recently and worries health economists and politicians alike because it boosts healthcare ...



Chicago Sun-Times

Hospitals finding other ways to deliver medicine amid IV bag shortage
Chicago Sun-Times
As hospitals across the country cope with a bad flu season, they also must figure out how to deliver some medicines without an important tool of the trade, the intravenous fluid bag. Hurricane Maria's destruction of Puerto Rico, the key American ...

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KARK

Is Marijuana Medicine? Arkansas Could Be the First to Find Out
KARK
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkansans could soon know the answer to a question lawmakers from the Natural State to Washington have debated for years: is marijuana medicine? In 2015, the Arkansas legislature passed the Healthcare Transparency Initiative. It ...

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Local sports medicine doctor to take part in NFL Pro Bowl
WAFB.com
The 2018 NFL Pro Bowl is Sunday, Jan. 28 at Orlando's Camping World Stadium and the medical staff will include a local sports medicine doctor. Larry S. “Chip” Bankston, MD of the Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic will provide sports medicine coverage ...

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Lansing State Journal

MSU names interim dean for College of Osteopathic Medicine
Lansing State Journal
Andrea Amalfitano will fill the post held by William Strampel, who ran the college where Larry Nassar worked for 15 years and stepped down for medical reasons in December, university officials said Monday in a news release.
MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine announces interim dean ...The State News
Amalfitano recommended as interim dean of College of Osteopathic MedicineMSUToday

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