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What Can Crowdsourcing Do?

I’m often asked questions about crowdsourcing. Usually, they’re revolving around this central theme: what can crowdsourcing do? Can crowdsourcing solve this problem? Can crowdsourcing solve that problem? 431 more words

The Challenge To Educate Enough Doctors

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The nation is short on doctors and although 48,000 people applied to medical school last year for approximately 20,000 seats, admission is highly competitive. 119 more words

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Excellent Hypnosis Schools in California

Dr John Kappas founded his Hypnosis School in Anaheim in 1968. It is a non-profit nationally accredited hypnosis training college and clinic of hypnotherapy.

Dr. Kappas literally defined the profession of hypnotherapy in 1973, when he wrote and defined the profession of a “Hypnotherapist” in the Federal Dictionary of Occupational Titles. 55 more words

Alternative Healing

NATIONAL: Boston -- Be Part of the Change & Empower the Next Generation of Primary Care Providers with The American Resident Project, Medstro, and The Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care

By Dr. Jennifer M. Joe, MD, MedTech Boston

AUGUST 15, 2014 - As the Editor-in-Chief of MedTech Boston and because I’m leading a boot-strapped start-up company, I talk to a number of entrepreneurs, Angels, and venture capitalists every week. 945 more words

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A Gut Reaction to Arthritis

Researchers have found that a gut reaction—or more precisely, a reaction to a bacteria living in the gut—can trigger a cascade of responses that may ultimately lead to the development of… 309 more words


Caffeine intake associated with lower incidence of tinnitus

Researchers observe that women with a higher intake of caffeine had a lower incidence of unexplained ear ringing

Boston, MA – New research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) finds that higher caffeine intake is associated with lower rates of tinnitus, often described as a ringing or buzzing sound in the ear when there is no outside source of the sounds, in younger and middle-aged women. 527 more words

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Chautauqua Conversations: The Chautauquan who identified Lyme Disease

The weather reporters called it a July polar vortex, but by any name the weather was unseasonably cold and drove us inside from a capacious porch. 1,587 more words