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Food IS Medicine | Big Horn Radio Network

Food IS Medicine | Big Horn Radio Network

There are so many reasons why we should pay attention to what we eat. The processed foods many of us consume regularly may be convenient and tasty, but they compromise our health. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, we’re going to highlight the idea that the food you …

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SwedishAmerican welcomes physiatrist, family physician

SwedishAmerican welcomes physiatrist, family physician

ROCKFORD — SwedishAmerican recently welcomed physiatrist Dr. Daniel Painter and family physician Dr. Christopher Rhyne. Painter has a special interest in sports and musculoskeletal medicine, fitness, exercise, wellness and electrodiagnostic testing. He is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and was awarded the 2016 and …

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Baylor College of Medicine partners with Houston SaberCats

Baylor College of Medicine partners with Houston SaberCats

Baylor College of Medicine has partnered with the Houston SaberCats to be the official medical providers for Houston’s first professional rugby team. Through this collaboration, Baylor Sports Medicine physicians will handle all aspects of the team’s medical care, including on-site injury evaluation and assessment, treatment and follow-up clinic visits. “Baylor …

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Food IS Medicine!

Food IS Medicine!

There are so many reasons why we should pay attention to what we eat. The processed foods many of us consume regularly may be convenient and tasty, but they compromise our health. I’m Wendy Corr, and in today’s Wellness Tip, we’re going to highlight the idea that the food you …

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Integrative Medicine is the Key to Reducing Health Disparities

Integrative Medicine is the Key to Reducing Health Disparities

Integrative medicine is often seen in our culture to be for the wealthy, involving expensive supplements and treatments that low-income patients cannot afford. Yet, many integrative treatments are not only more effective but also more cost-efficient. In fact, many community clinics and other practices are already successfully using these strategies …

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Dr. Khullar: An AMA member who moves medicine

Dr. Khullar: An AMA member who moves medicine

The AMA Wire® “Members Move Medicine” series profiles a wide variety of doctors, offering a glimpse into the passions of women and men navigating new courses in American medicine. On the move with: Dhruv Khullar, MD, MPP (@DhruvKhullar), a physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, a researcher for the Weill Cornell …

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Your smartphone as medicine: Digital therapy is here to stay

Your smartphone as medicine: Digital therapy is here to stay

T he next blockbuster therapy is probably already in your pocket or purse. The FDA recently approved the first prescription digital therapy, Pear’s Reset app and program, which is focused on substance abuse. Others are likely to follow. That means your next trip to the doctor could include a prescription …

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Your smartphone as medicine: digital therapy is here to stay

Your smartphone as medicine: digital therapy is here to stay

T he next blockbuster therapy is probably already in your pocket or purse. The FDA recently approved the first prescription digital therapy, Pear’s Reset app and program, which is focused on substance abuse. Others are likely to follow. That means your next trip to the doctor could include a prescription …

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FSU College of Medicine hosts World AIDS Day vigil

FSU College of Medicine hosts World AIDS Day vigil

The World AIDS Day vigil honored those that have passed and raised awareness.(Photo: Morgan Dobbins/FSView) From 2008 to 2010, there were 31. 6 new HIV cases and 19.3 new AIDS cases in Leon County. During this time period, Leon County reported 1,392 cases of Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and Syphilis. Gonorrhea and Syphilis …

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