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POPULATION 20 MILLION: Ebola Confirmed In New York: Patient Rode Subway, Went Bowling, Took Taxi

POPULATION 20 MILLION: Ebola Confirmed In New York: Patient Rode Subway, Went Bowling, Took Taxi.

Mac Slavo
October 23rd, 2014
SHTFplan.com

A doctor who arrived in New York City from the Ebola stricken country of Guinea has tested positive for the Ebola virus, making him the fourth confirmed case in the United States. 1,189 more words

Medicine

Boys and Boys and Girls and Girls

(This isn’t event a queer-charged post, I’m just listening to ‘Welcome To New York’ on repeat and going happily insane)

So looks like I’m presenting at my first two conferences tomorrow! 377 more words

Med School

Giving the Doctor a Second Chance by DANIELLE OFRI, M.D.


By DANIELLE OFRI, M.D.

“Someone had said you were a good doctor,” my patient said derisively, “but I was not impressed.” What had I done? 11 more words

Doctor

Milk Choice May Affect Vitamin D Levels by NICHOLAS BAKALAR


By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

Children who drink rice, almond or soy milk instead of cow’s milk may have insufficient levels of vitamin D.

Published: October 22, 2014 at 08:00PM… 8 more words

Doctor

Take Advantage Of Bodybuilding Supplements - Read These 6 Tips

Human beings are not exactly the most patient creatures around. We wish exactly what we wish when we wish it and we won’t stop until we obtain it. 672 more words

Fitness

Werner Forssmann, perhaps the maddest of all mad scientists!

There’s a funny thing about applying yourself to your craft. You must do it in order to be successful, but then people start thinking you’re a tad wacky. 659 more words

Young, Wild, and Sick: ICC in Pediatrics

"The child is not a miniature adult."
This post is dedicated to my favorite pediatrician, the one 
and only Dr. Susan Dumatol. :* You're the best, Ma! 926 more words
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