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Curious correlations populate law student's website
By Modern Healthcare | August 30, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
There is a freakish correlation between deaths from anticoagulants and the number of U.S. graduates to earn sociology doctorates each year.
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French hospital opening wine bar for hospice patients
By Modern Healthcare | August 30, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
lf you figured a French hospital would be the natural place for a wine bar, you'd be right. Clermont-Ferrand University Hospital, about 260 miles south of Paris, plans to open a wine bar this month for terminally ill patients in its palliative-care center.
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Siemens office gets unexpected visitor: a moose
By Modern Healthcare | August 30, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
A young male moose sauntered into an administrative office building of healthcare technology giant Siemens in Dresden, Germany, last week and got stuck behind a glass wall.
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Ice Bucket Challenge attracts doctors, healthcare executives
By Modern Healthcare | August 23, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
If you've been checking out social media lately, you've probably seen a video of a friend, a stranger or Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dumping a bucket of ice water on themselves to raise cash to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
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Nevada hospital runs mobile hospital at Burning Man
By Modern Healthcare | August 23, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
When 68,000 or so participants converge on Nevada's Black Rock Desert this week to get the Burning Man fire arts gathering raging, things could get weird. They usually do.
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Richest healthcare tycoons dominated by pharmaceutical execs
By Modern Healthcare | August 16, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Who's the richest of them all? When Outliers dug into real-time data from Forbes on billionaires, some familiar and not-so-familiar names popped up in the healthcare field for the U.S.
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Ebola song by Liberian soccer star aims to raise awareness
By Modern Healthcare | August 16, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
With Ebola ravaging his homeland, world-famous Liberian soccer star George Weah decided he could make a difference by singing about it.
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CT scans, 3-D printing help doc duplicate antique intruments
By Modern Healthcare | August 09, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Dr. Robert Howe first learned how computerized tomography could make precise 3-D images of body parts. Then the student of music history realized the same CT scanning technology could help him study delicate musical instruments from the past.
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Obamacare advocates urge engaged couples to get health plans
By Modern Healthcare | August 09, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes ... signing up for health insurance.
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White Sox slugger Frank Thomas sends love to his doctors
By Modern Healthcare | August 02, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
When slugger Frank Thomas stepped to the lectern during his induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, he had a lot of people to thank—138 to be exact.
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Fist bumps beat handshakes in cleanliness, study says
By Modern Healthcare | August 02, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Fist bumps may be a less bacteria-laden alternative to handshakes and high-fives, according to the latest study of the comparative healthiness of some common greeting behaviors.
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Researchers use game theory in battle against cancer
By Modern Healthcare | July 26, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Game theory is popular among poker players, economists and politicians. Now, oncology researchers are employing game theory to look for new ways to combat tumors.
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Battlefield dig could yield clues to Colonial smallpox hospital
By Modern Healthcare | July 26, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
An archeological dig at an 18th-century battlefield in upstate New York may also turn up signs of the Revolutionary War's largest smallpox hospital.
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Motörhead fan suffers brain blood clot after headbanging at show
By Modern Healthcare | July 19, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
There is now scientific evidence that Motörhead is the hardest-rocking band on earth, according to German doctors writing in the British medical journal The Lancet.
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Intestinal gas: A new healthcare therapy?
By Modern Healthcare | July 19, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
The same compound that makes flatulence smelly could actually possess some healing properties.
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'Sea aliens' point way to neurological breakthroughs
By Modern Healthcare | July 12, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
They're called the aliens of the sea. And they could help point to new ways to investigate brain diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's.
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CDC gets cooking with healthy recipes
By Modern Healthcare | July 12, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a new prescription for you. But you'll have to cook it yourself.
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Musicians on Call brings private concerts to hospital patients
By Modern Healthcare | July 05, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Volunteers with Musicians on Call may not be practicing medicine, but their goal is to deliver the healing power of music.
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Doctor-patient handshakes put on the don't list
By Modern Healthcare | July 05, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
First, it was ties. Then it was white coats. Now, physicians are being told handshakes with their patients could be spreading disease.
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Sun worshippers could be driven by UV ray addiction: study
By Modern Healthcare | June 28, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Serial sun worshippers may be driven by more than the desire for a tan. Seems those ultraviolet rays can be addicting.
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White bread wins a round in nutrition debate
By Modern Healthcare | June 28, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Does your BLT sandwich on whole-grain bread lack the taste and nostalgia of the one your mom made with Wonder Bread? Well, there may be some benefits to white bread after all, a new study finds.
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Is ASCO more important than the Beatles?
By Modern Healthcare | June 21, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Meet the group more important than the Beatles. And, no, it's not Brit boy band One Direction (despite what opinion One Direction singer Harry Styles may have to the contrary).It's the American Society of Clinical Oncology ... at least according to the drug industry group Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.
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AMA President Robert Wah proudly claims his 'Star Trek' roots
By Modern Healthcare | June 21, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Those who recognize the philosophy that “each sentient species has the right to live in accordance with its normal evolution” as the Starfleet's Prime Directive particularly appreciated the inaugural speech by Dr. Robert Wah, new president of the American Medical Association.
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OMED conference hunts for singing osteopaths
By Modern Healthcare | June 21, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
If you're a singing osteopath, you could win a trip to the Osteopathic Medical Conference & Exposition in Seattle this October.
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Japanese robot Pepper can detect your emotions
By Modern Healthcare | June 14, 2014 | Print Magazine Print Magazine Subscription Details
Meet Pepper: A 4-foot-tall cooing, gesturing humanoid on wheels that can decipher emotions. The latest Japanese robot can also sing, dance and crack jokes, though Outliers is assuming it won't pose a threat to Hugh Jackman's career.
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