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  1. Michelle Wie back to work full-time as 2018 LPGA season beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Golfweek

    Michelle Wie handed over her cell phone as she walked to the eighth tee box. Caddie Matthew Galloway dutifully crouched down and snapped a photo of his statuesque boss against the bright blue Bahamian waters.

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  2. Medically Home Wants to Shift Advanced Medical Care from Hospital to HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Medgadget

    Healthcare is evolving and even where clinical care is delivered is changing. Fifty years ago, patients stayed in the hospital for weeks after an appendectomy.

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  3. 5-Foot Tapeworm Wiggles Out of California Man After Eating Salmon SushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Personal Injury News

    ... is the same pill that are given to dogs. If tapeworms grow large enough, they can block the appendix leading to appendicitis. It could also block the bile ducts or pancreatic ducts affecting digestion. In some cases, tapeworms, particularly those ...

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  4. Author's High Leads Her to Higher State of BeingRead the original story

    Monday | PRWeb

    When Carla Mora opened an email newsletter from a meditation retreat center she had visited years prior, she didn't expect to see anything out of the ordinary. It wasn't until she saw a trip for a shamanic cleanse retreat in Peru being advertised, that she went on the journey of a lifetime.

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  5. 'The Resident' Recap: Dr. Conrad Hawkins Seeks To Expose A Corrupt DoctorRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | HollywoodLife

    FOX's new medical drama 'The Resident' premiered on Jan. 21, and it's already raising major questions about the characters. Is Dr. Bell really as great as everyone thinks he is? A patient needs an appendectomy, so naturally chief of surgery Dr. Randolph Bell, is at the helm.

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  6. Fox's The Resident Premiere: Grade ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | TVLine

    If you're looking for the next Grey's Anatomy or another Chicago Med , Fox's The Resident is not it - and that's a good thing. From the horrifying opening minutes of Sunday's series premiere, in which Bruce Greenwood's chief of surgery botches a routine appendectomy and pressures the selfie-taking nurses into covering for him, it's clear that the new medical drama is like no other hospital show currently on TV.

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  7. Ministry of Health appoints committee to set medical fee benchmarksRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 20 | Channelnewsasia.com

    SINGAPORE: A 13-member committee comprising academics, representatives from hospitals and insurance associations, has been appointed by the Ministry of Health to develop medical fee benchmarks for common procedures on Sunday . On the sidelines of a community event, Senior Minister of State for Health Dr Lam Pin Min said that the committee aims to develop the first tranche of benchmarks by the second half of 2018.

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  8. Late Equaliser: Brandon Goodship got a late goal that earned the Terras a point Picture: Mark ProbinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 20 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    ... in for Jake McCarthy who made his first start in the league for Weymouth since November 18 after suffering from appendicitis. Mark Cooper was absent from the squad as he recovers from an injury which he picked up playing for Melksham Town and was ...

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  9. Listen: Myles Kennedy Streaming New Song 'Haunted By Design' [News]Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 20 | Ultimate-guitar.com

    ... even talking about it, frankly. "So dad got sick and chose not to go and see a doctor. He died of the appendicitis. He died one night in his sleep because it blew up and gangrene went all over. "He didn't know it was appendix because he wouldn't go ...

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  10. Additive manufacturing, drones, use automation for humanitarian benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | Control Engineering

    Using automation for humanitarian benefit was the focus of Dr. Julielynn Wong's presentation at the 2018 A3 Business Forum. Additive manufacturing and drone technologies were highlighted to help those in remote geographical or economic situations, including space travel.

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  11. Google Arts App Matches St. Louis Woman With Portrait of Her Own GrandmotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | River Front Times

    ... a country home near Woodstock, where Bellows was part of the artist community. Bellows died young in 1925 from appendicitis, but his wife was a fierce protector of his legacy. "She was a ballsy, awesome, strong-willed person," Stewart says. She ...

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  12. Significant ultrasound practice needed to diagnose appendicitisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | PhysOrg Weblog

    There is a learning curve among novice emergency medicine residents in using emergency ultrasonography to diagnose acute appendicitis, according to a study published online Jan. 5 in the Journal of Clinical Ultrasound . Jeehyun Kim, M.D., from the Chungnam National University Hospital in Daejon, South Korea, and colleagues compared agreement between the appendicitis diagnoses of three novice emergency medicine residents who completed a one-day training course and an experienced, board-certified radiologist.

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  13. Dead & Company Announces 2018 Summer TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | JamBase

    Dead & Company have announced a return to the road by detailing an extensive 2018 Summer Tour. The band featuring Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart along with Oteil Burbridge , Jeff Chimenti and John Mayer will head out this May and continue with shows in June and July.

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  14. Gombe women cry out over multiple miscarriagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Vanguard

    ... community, which include increase in gastrointestinal diseases, unexplainable stomach ache and typhoid and appendicitis, increased miscarriages in both human and domestic animals, increased respiratory diseases, persistent dry coughs, nasal ...

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  15. Swimming Star Narrowly Survives Montecito MudslideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Santa Barbara Independent

    It hurt like hell when Jeff Farrell swam in the 1960 Olympic trials while the incision from his appendectomy was flaring up, but he never feared it would kill him. He has been blessedly fit in his later years.

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  16. Chicago Blackhawks' Corey Crawford's Health A Mysterious CaseRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Blackhhawk up

    After not providing any status reports on injured goaltender Corey Crawford for multiple weeks, the Chicago Blackhawks came out with news he's suffering from vertigo. This is not being accepted so readily by everyone.

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  17. Storer overcomes appendicitis to make Tour Down Under startRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Cycling News

    Twelve months ago, appendicitis ruled out Team Sky neo-pro Owain Doull from the Tour Down Under. In January 2018, Australian neo-pro Michael Storer suffered the same ailment but has taken his place on the start line for the WorldTour opener.

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  18. Kiwis utility Kodi Nikorima keen to make Brisbane Broncos halfback job his ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Kiwis utility Kodi Nikorima says he's had his eye on the Brisbane Broncos' halfback job ever since the Rugby League World Cup tournament finished. The 23-year-old - now back in training after a post-Christmas appendectomy - is tipped to get the No 7 jumper with Ben Hunt now at the Bulldogs.

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  19. Global Oncology Market Is Expected to Reach CAGR $241.0 Billion in 2023; Finds New ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | SBWire

    Global Oncology Market to 2023 - Robust Growth Driven by Rising Prevalence and Increased Uptake of Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Summary In 2012, there were 32.6 million people living with any type of cancer within five years of diagnosis. These are generally incurable once they progress to the stage where they are unresectable.

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  20. Juniata takes 6th in own tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | Lewistown Sentinel

    A short-handed Juniata wrestling team went 2-3 to finish sixth in its own 10-team Juniata Duals on Saturday. The Indians were without the services of Tanner Weiand , Parker Noss and Christian Benner , while Tyler Wileman wrestled despite battling the flu bug.

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