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Dec. 27, 2020 - 31

Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts - CME NOW OnDemand

Skin, Bones, Heart & Private Parts

April 9 - 11

5th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Orthopedic Value Based Care

American College of Perioperative Medicine

April 10 - 11

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery - Perioperative Surgical Home Boot Camp

American College of Perioperative Medicine

June 8 - 11

Skin, Bones, Heart & Private Parts

Skin, Bones, Heart & Private Parts

July 12 - 16

GAPA 2021 CME CONFERENCE

GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS GAPA

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Despite Pandemic, 2020 Brought Increase in Heart Transplants

When Shari Baugh, 61, woke up on her birthday last October, she had two new reasons to be grateful for another trip around the sun: the healthy heart and kidney she had just r...
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Practical Tips about Dealing with Low Vision from Lighthouse Guild

Low vision affects millions of Americans, including many older adults. Low vision can make it hard to do things like reading, shopping, cooking, or writing. And it cannot be c...
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Crafoord Laureate Discovered the Explanation for Mysterious Fevers

Dan Kastner, USA, has described an entirely new group of rare autoinflammatory diseases. His discoveries have brought new knowledge and led to the development of effective tre...
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President Biden Announces Increased Vaccine Supply, Initial Launch of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, and Expansion of FEMA Reimbursement to States

States, Tribes, and territories will receive a 5 percent supply increase this week, and Americans will soon have easier access to vaccinations through local pharmacies As the...
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New Drug Could Revolutionise the Treatment of High Cholesterol

Last weekend, a revolutionary new treatment was used for the first time in the world at the Division of Cardiology of Vienna General Hospital and MedUni Vienna outside of a cl...
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AHA, AMA & ANA Release Public Service Announcement Urging The American Public To Take COVID-19 Vaccine When It Is Their Turn

Together, the American Hospital Association (AHA), American Medical Association (AMA), and American Nurses Association (ANA) released a public service announcement (PSA) today...
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Study Shows Flu Vaccine Lessens COVID-19 Symptoms in Children

Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine have discovered that children who receive a seasonal flu shot are less likely to suffer symptoms from a COVID-19...
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NIH Study Compares Low-Fat, Plant-Based Diet To Low-Carb, Animal-Based Diet

People on a low-fat, plant-based diet ate fewer daily calories but had higher insulin and blood glucose levels, compared to when they ate a low-carbohydrate, animal-based diet...
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Healthcare Innovation Eases Burden on ICU Staff

A cross-institutional team of physicians created a “COVID line team,” serving as a hub for placing central and arterial lines in critically ill COVID-19 patients, allowing ICU...
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St. Jude/Who Virologist Says Vaccines Are Effective Protection Against The Covid Virus, With Some Providing Good Protection Against Variants

As COVID vaccines continue to rollout across America, there is widespread concern about their effectiveness against the variants currently circulating. Today, an interview fro...
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Statement from NIH and BARDA on the FDA Emergency Use Authorization of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the Janssen Pharmaceuticals Companies of Johnson & Johnson for its single-shot COVI...
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Promoting and Protecting Human Milk and Breastfeeding During COVID-19

With stressors mounting daily on the health care system due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a de-prioritization of the childbearing family has been noted. Their care has changed, re...
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St. Jude Recognizes Women In Science And Medicine By Showcasing Contributions To Childhood Cancer Research

For United Nation’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science in February, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital announced a series on women in science and medicine at S...
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What Parents Can Do to Protect Children's Mental Health During Remote Learning

In many places throughout the U.S., virtual classrooms have become the new norm for learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the drivers of suicide risk are multi-dimensio...
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Nearly Half of Young Drivers Are Resuming Driving Just Weeks After Sustaining a Concussion

Researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing (Penn Nursing) found that nearly half of adolescents who sough...
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Study Finds Immune Flaws in COVID-19 Patients With Lung Failure

Patients with severe COVID-19 (coronavirus) disease who develop respiratory failure have malfunctions in their immune systems that distinguish them from other COVID-19 patient...
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Caris Life Sciences Accurately Identifies 21 Cancer Types Using Artificial Intelligence Derived Molecular Signatures

Caris Life Sciences®, a leading innovator in molecular science and artificial intelligence focused on fulfilling the promise of precision medicine, today announced positive re...
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Childhood Cancer Survivors Are Not More Likely to Terminate their Pregnancies

Female childhood cancer survivors face a lower likelihood of becoming pregnant than women in the general population, but once pregnant, they are not more likely to undergo an ...
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Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, begins post as CDC Director and ATSDR Administrator

Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, officially begins her post as the 19th director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the ninth administrator of the Agenc...
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Blood, Sweat, And Fears - Understanding The Psychological Effects Of Graphic And Violent Media On Children And Teens

Violence in movies, television, and video games has long been a concern for parents, but this year’s events at the nation’s Capitol, the responses to the Black Lives Matter pr...
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VA Secretary Nominee Discusses Priorities in Senate Confirmation Hearing

Veterans deserve a leader who will “fight relentlessly” for them, said Denis McDonough, President Joe Biden’s nominee for VA secretary while speaking before the Senate Veteran...
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Duke School of Nursing Hosts 58th Annual Harriet Cook Carter Lecture, ‘Future of Nursing Report,’ Health Equity Among Topics

The future of nursing will be the guiding topic of the Duke University School of Nursing’s 58th annual Harriet Cook Carter Lecture on February 2 at 3 p.m. EST. Susan B. Hassm...
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The American Public Continues to Rank Nurses as The Most Honest and Ethical Professionals in Annual Gallup Poll

The American public once again ranks nurses as the most honest and ethical professionals in Gallup's annual poll for the 19th consecutive year. This consistent ranking directl...
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Adults With Endocrine Disorders Have an Increased Risk of Heart Disease

All adults with endocrine disorders should be tested for high cholesterol and triglycerides to evaluate their risk of heart attack or stroke, according to a Clinical Practice ...
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