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The founding chair of the Department of Family Medicine at ECU is commended for his lifelong commitment A plaque on the newly named James G. “Jim” Jones Chair’s Pavilion at East Carolina University Department of Family Medicine Jones has an enormous list of honors and titles by which he is best known. Defending. a hero. … Read more

New research reveals serious consequences of stopping opioid treatment for chronic pain

Opioid addiction is a serious public health concern affecting millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by compulsive use of opioids despite negative consequences, such as health problems, relationship problems, and financial difficulties. Addiction can be caused by a variety of factors, including chronic pain, mental health problems, and exposure to opioid medications. Discontinuing opioid … Read more

Analysis-GSK offers few clues about plans to replenish the medicine cabinet

Written by Natalie Grover and Maggie Vick LONDON (Reuters) – Emma Walmsley, chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline, on Wednesday made replenishing the company’s pipeline of vaccines and therapeutics her first priority. But analysts were disappointed that she did not provide more details about how she and her management team plan to find the company’s next block … Read more

The base-making process for the psychedelic “healing centers” begins

After Colorado voters decriminalized psilocybin mushrooms, the 15-member board of directors will help craft the state’s rules for use, distribution, and sale in treatment centers. COLORADO, USA – Colorado probably won’t see a regulated psilocybin “healing center” in two years, but the work on organizing it has just begun with the hiring of 15 experts … Read more

Migraine diagnosed before pregnancy is associated with adverse outcomes during pregnancy

Women are disproportionately affected by migraines, especially during their childbearing years. However, the relationship between migraine and adverse pregnancy outcomes has not been well understood. A new study conducted by investigators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a founding member of General Brigham and General Healthcare System, analyzed data from thousands of women from the Nurses’ … Read more

Arjun Venkatesh to lead emergency medicine at Yale University

Effective March 1, 2023, Venkatesh will head the emergency medicine programs at Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, with a clear focus on promoting an accessible, inclusive work environment and patient experience. Alexandra Martinez Garcia 12:01 a.m. Jan 31, 2023 Correspondent contribution Marisa Brier Effective March 1, 2023, MED ’14 Arjun … Read more

Penn and UCI discover new method for brain cell immunotherapy

Matthew Blurton-Jones, Ph.D.; Chris Bennett, MD; Sonia Lombroso and Jean-Paul Shadarevian Philadelphia –A promising new approach may safely replace microglia — the only members of the immune system in the brain — according to new research in mouse models by neuroscientists at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and the University … Read more

More medical schools are dropping out of the US news list

After Harvard Medical School announced it would not participate, other institutions are following suit. Several major medical schools have now indicated that they will not participate in the popular US News and World Report rankings. Harvard Medical School made this announcement for the first time Earlier in January, many other schools made similar decisions. Medical … Read more

Better health, from the inside out

balance-chiropractic-dr-arminta-phelps-adjusting-neck achieve-balance-chiropractic-3-patients-stretching Balance chiropractic measure Balancing Chiropractic and Dr. Arminta Phelps Balancing Chiropractic Dr. Ashley Emile with the Chiropractic and Wellness Compass Chiropractic medicine is an alternative approach to health care. Migraines? lower back pain? neck pain Acid reflux or constipation? There is only one possible solution to all of these common problems: chiropractic care. … Read more

Dr. Reed Martin Olson

February 8, 1955- December. 13, 2022 Bend, or – d. Reed Martin Olson died at the age of 67 on December 13, 2022, at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon, from complications related to a heart attack. He died sweetly and peacefully in the arms of his devoted wife, Gabriella. Reid was born in … Read more