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  1. 3 innovations to improve mental health treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 6 | Kevin, M.D.

    Our nation has recently witnessed another tragedy involving a young adult , with young adult victims.

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  2. A shot in the arm for Carney: First class of Family Medicine residents settles inRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 3 | Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA

    Carney Residents: Ten newly-minted doctors began working as residents in Carney Hospital's Family Medicine department last week- a major boost in capacity for Dorchester's key health care facility.

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  3. Fixing FibroidsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2014 | WTVF Nashville

    Pilates studio owner Tonya Amos needs her body to run her business. However, the former professional dancer started feeling intense pain.

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  4. Sorry, Ladies: Pelvic Exams Are Bullsh*tRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 5 | Mediaite.com

    Are you a woman who has ever had this terrifying thing stuck up your vagina in the name of preventative health? Well, great news: you never needed to do that! You were just violated for no reason at all.

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  5. ER Appointments: The Latest in Medical ConvenienceRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 5 | P&T Community

    In an era of increased competition driven by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act , hospital executives around the country are hoping online emergency room appointments will attract patients eager to avoid long waits in a crowded and often chaotic environment.

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  6. Woman loses hands, feet to bogus plastic surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 5 | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    Apryl Brown was told she had 24-hours to live in 2010. A staph infection was eating her body away.

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  7. DIY plastic surgery almost killed herRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 2 | KOAT-TV

    Apryl Brown remembers lying on the hospital bed as the doctor uttered those words.

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  8. Lisa Mezzacappa -- Berkeley bassist, composer, underground starRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 30 | The Campbell Reporter

    ... has watched Mezzacappa improvise music in response to her own brain data as it streams across a screen in a UC San Francisco neuroscience lab. "She sees being an artist as being inherently collaborative, and she's one of the most unselfish people ...

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  9. CalPERS health premiums for 2015 a mix of hikes, cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 18 | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

    CalPERS’ health care premiums are going up again for hundreds of thousands of public employees and their families, although 40 percent of CalPERS members will see their rates decline.

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  10. Doctors don't tell exp...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 5 | The Coastal Courier

    Eighty percent of doctors in a recent study said that counseling could reduce the risks of environmental toxins that be harmful - like pesticides and solvents - but only 20 percent said they talk to their patients about it.

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  11. Facebook faces action over a emotion contagiona studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 5 | India.com

    W ashington, Jul 5: US privacy group Electronic Privacy Information Centre has filed a formal complaint with the Federate Trade Commission over Facebook's use of user data in its "emotion contagion" study.

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  12. Guideline: Most healthy women can skip pelvic examRead the original story

    Monday Jun 30 | WTVF Nashville

    Routine pelvic exams don't benefit women who have no symptoms of disease and who aren't pregnant, and they can cause harm, the American College of Physicians said Monday as it recommended that doctors quit using them as a screening tool.

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  13. Study Finds San Francisco Veterans Administration Medical Center is...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 18 | JD Supra

    According to a recently released study by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, a public-private partnership may be the most effective method to deliver a proposed expansion of the San Francisco Veterans Administration Medical Center - but there are some barriers that need clearing.

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  14. Changes in Human Skin Studied [Vitamin D myth]Read the original story

    Friday Jul 4 | Free Republic

    It had been thought that Northern Europeans developed light skin in order to absorb more UV light to process more vitamin D, necessary for healthy bones and immune function.

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  15. Turns Out We Like to Marry People Just Like Us...Down to the DNARead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2014 | IVillage

    Spouses tend to be more genetically similar than two people chosen off the street at random, according to a new study.

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  16. Chronic pain stat called exaggerated, misleadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 4 | Bellingham Herald

    It is cited in news stories, by medical organizations and by drug companies seeking approval for new opioid therapies.

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  17. Human EvolutionRead the original story

    Friday Jul 4 | Watersblogged

    ... UV light so they could make more vitamin D - vital for healthy bones and immune function - is questioned by UC San Francisco researchers in a new study. ... ...

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  18. Sugar-coated cells are deadly for cancer patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 4 | Medical News Today

    Every living cell's surface has a protein-embedded membrane that's covered in polysaccharide chains - a literal sugar coating.

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  19. Cardiac electrophysiologist joins Marion hospital staffRead the original story

    Friday Jul 4 | Telegraph-Forum

    He treats cardiovascular disease and offers electrophysiology services at OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus and Marion General Hospital.

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  20. Privacy group files FTC complaint over Facebook's 'emotional contagion' studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 3 | Techworld.com

    EPIC contends that Facebook 'purposefully messed with people's minds' when it manipulated their news feeds to measure emotional responses Facebook "purposefully messed with people's minds" in a "secretive and non-consensual" study on nearly 700,000 users whose emotions were intentionally manipulated when the company altered their news feeds for ... (more)

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