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Teen Helped Research Her Own Disease - Wall Street Journal

Teen Helped Research Her Own Disease - Wall Street Journal | Emergency medicine | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal Teen Helped Research Her Own Disease Wall Street Journal Beyond showcasing the ingenuity and determination of a teenager eager to learn about her own disease, the research underscores the growing impact genome sequencing and...
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Stethoscopes could play a part in spreading germs

Stethoscopes could play a part in spreading germs | Emergency medicine | Scoop.it
New study shows that the amount of bacteria on a stethoscope can be higher than all parts of the doctor's hand except for the fingertips after examining a patient.
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A mission to integrate yoga into mainstream medicine | Florida Health Watch

A mission to integrate yoga into mainstream medicine | Florida Health Watch | Emergency medicine | Scoop.it
Rajan Narayanan is a man on a mission, teaching the medical benefits of yoga to doctors and nurses.
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Should patients have direct access to their lab results?

Should patients have direct access to their lab results? | Emergency medicine | Scoop.it
New federal policy lets patients get their lab results without seeing a doctor, but not all medical professionals are convinced it's a good thing (Should patients have direct access to their lab results?
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New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Cell Phone Distraction Study - Wide Open Throttle

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Cell Phone Distraction Study published by New England Journal of Medicine looks at biggest sources of distraction in car, comparison of experienced, novice drivers. (#NewEngland Journal of Medicine publishes a cell phone distraction study!
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