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theglobeandmail.com - Pharmacogenetic testing uses DNA to predict patients' responses to medications
Pharmacogenetic testing uses DNA to predict patients' responses to medications
The Globe and Mail

Images are unavailable offline. For many Canadians, finding the right medication is a long, and often frustrating, process of trial and error, especially for those dealing with chronic pain and mental-health issues. Time spent searching not only…

businessinsider.com - INSIDER - Latest news: Amazon underpaid workers on medical, disability leave
Latest news: Amazon underpaid workers on medical, disability leave
Business Insider

Good afternoon. Here are the top stories so far today. For more daily and weekly briefings, sign up for our newsletters here. Amazon shortchanged its workers. The New York Times interviewed Amazon staff and reviewed internal documents showing it…

azbigmedia.com - Blufish - How a former medical office will be transformed into boutique McDowell Hotel
How a former medical office will be transformed into boutique McDowell Hotel
AZ Big Media

In recent years, adaptive reuse has become common practice in the construction industry. From factories transformed into chic lofts to historic buildings renovated into trendy restaurants, the trend to repurpose older and unused structures has…

dispatch.com - Letters to the Editor, The Columbus Dispatch - Letters: Medical marijuana too costly to be truly effective
Letters: Medical marijuana too costly to be truly effective
The Columbus Dispatch

Re the Oct. 18 article, 'Medical marijuana users say Ohio prices are too high,' personally, I don't use the herb, but I could envision a future when I might want or need to for health reasons. But I've had friends who complain that they can't…

wsbtv.com - Chris Jose - Middle schoolers save bus driver who had medical emergency while driving
Middle schoolers save bus driver who had medical emergency while driving
WSB-TV Channel 2 - Atlanta

On October 1, a bus full of kids were headed to school when the driver had a medical emergency. “I come out, I come in the aisle and look down. Miss Julie's face is bright red and shaking,” said Doss. Luckily, the driver was able to…

clickorlando.com - Dara Kam - Judge OK's online medical marijuana ordering
Judge OK's online medical marijuana ordering
WKMG

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Leafly and similar sites will be able to resume contracting with Florida medical-marijuana operators to allow patients to order products online, under a ruling issued Monday by an administrative law judge. Florida health…

harvard.edu - Viruses and Vaccines - HMX | Harvard Medical School
Viruses and Vaccines - HMX | Harvard Medical School
Harvard University

As the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear, viruses present an ongoing, evolving threat to human health. Our immune systems have various mechanisms to respond to and protect against these threats, but it takes time to generate an immune response…

mises.org - Ayush Poolovadoo - Digitalization Could Move Medical Care beyond 'Government Healthcare' | Ayush Poolovadoo
Digitalization Could Move Medical Care beyond 'Government Healthcare' | Ayush Poolovadoo
Mises Institute

The reductive and lazy dismissals of the possibility of bringing about free market systems of healthcare, in addition to the administrative and legislative hurdles imposed by government agencies, have all been brought into the limelight in the wake…

medium.com - Clive Thompson - 1,000-Year Books, Medical Glitch-Art, and Why James Bond Should Wash His Hands More Often
1,000-Year Books, Medical Glitch-Art, and Why James Bond Should Wash His Hands More Often
Medium

Monday hath arrived, so it's time to PROCRASTINATE. You could while away a lovely hour on TikTok. Or you could read this “Linkfest” — filled with edifying material just for you! Plastic can stick around for 1,000 years, which…

yahoo.com - Hannah Towey - Mark Zuckerberg reportedly helped reinstate a video that falsely claims abortion is 'never medically necessary,' caving to complaints of Republican politicians
Mark Zuckerberg reportedly helped reinstate a video that falsely claims abortion is 'never medically necessary,' caving to complaints of Republican politicians
Yahoo | Mail, Weather, Search, Politics, News, Finance, Sports & Videos

17 news outlets reported further findings from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's leaked internal documents. Zuckerberg helped reinstate an inaccurate anti-abortion video after Republican politicians protested its removal, records reviewed by…

indianexpress.com - Express News Service - Bengaluru: Private hospital pulled up for offering 'unauthorised' medical training, illegal sex determination
Bengaluru: Private hospital pulled up for offering 'unauthorised' medical training, illegal sex determination
The Indian Express

The Bengaluru Urban district administration Tuesday issued a show cause notice to Sparsh Super Specialty Hospital after officials found the authorities offering foetal medicine training to students in an “unauthorised” manner. Foetal…

abc30.com - WATCH TODAY: Gov. Gavin Newsom to visit UC Merced's future medical school site
WATCH TODAY: Gov. Gavin Newsom to visit UC Merced's future medical school site
ABC30 Fresno

MERCED, Calif. (KFSN) -- Gov. Gavin Newsom will visit UC Merced on Monday morning to see the university's future medical school site. It will be the first public medical school in the Central Valley that will eventually serve more than 2,000…

medicalxpress.com - Keith Brannon - Scientists unravel 50-year-old medical mystery behind toddlers' deaths from RSV vaccine
Scientists unravel 50-year-old medical mystery behind toddlers' deaths from RSV vaccine
Medical Xpress

by Keith Brannon, Tulane University When scientists were developing a vaccine against COVID-19, a key worry was the potential to cause disease enhancement. It's a complication that occurs when a vaccine does the opposite of what it's intended to do…

forbes.com - Anita Gupta - Council Post: Five Trends In Digital Health Transformation
Council Post: Five Trends In Digital Health Transformation
Forbes

Dr. Anita Gupta is a C-Suite Healthcare Executive Leader, Board Member, and Anesthesiologist. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. We live in a digital age, so it's not surprising that the healthcare industry follows suit. From the data-driven…

news18.com - Aditya Raj Kaul - Will Set Example Through Case': UAPA FIRs Against Kashmir Medical Students for Anti-India Sloganeering
Will Set Example Through Case': UAPA FIRs Against Kashmir Medical Students for Anti-India Sloganeering
News18.com

The J&K Police has registered two FIRs against hostel wardens, management and students of two medical colleges in Srinagar where students created a ruckus and raised anti-India abusive slogans after Pakistan won the match against India in Dubai on…

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