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Vaccines: Before Mandating Vaccines, What Every Legislator In The Country Must SEE

Here are two vaccines showing only a sampling of what is in GMO vaccines, which have degraded human DNA with the DNA of viruses and non-human species. 387 more words


15-09 Story 1: The Late Effects of Childhood Cancer


Synopsis: Doctors can cure cancer in children better than ever, but decades later, many survivors suffer from serious, chronic disease as a result of powerful cancer treatments. 2,178 more words

Radio Health Journal Podcasts

Amazon Who? Harvard Scientists Already Built 'Delivery Drones' That Will Save Lives

Being able to order anything you want online and have it air-delivered to your house an hour later sounds lifesaving, but it doesn’t come close to the drone advancement medical scientists just made. 261 more words

Scientists Discover A Wandering Mind Can Impart A Distinct Cognitive Advantage

Does your mind wander when performing monotonous, repetitive tasks? Of course! But daydreaming involves more than just beating back boredom. In fact, according to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a wandering mind can impart a distinct cognitive advantage. 849 more words

Leadership In Medicine

STEAM takes shape at Drexel ExCITe Center

After an exhilarating day of presentations and discussions on STEAM, I felt I had to share my notes.  Dr. Youngmoo Kim, the Director of the ExCITe Center at Drexel University, has long been a proponent of the addition of the A (Arts) in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).   1,009 more words

Arts Education

Could Intraoperative Handoff Checklists Prevent Medical Errors?

by Sean Power
February 17, 2015

The Joint Commission estimates that 80 percent of medical errors involve miscommunication between caregivers during the handoff between medical providers. 560 more words

Patient Safety

How to beat the winter blues

(CNN) – As another snowstorm barrels toward the already-buried Northeast this weekend, some folks have had just about all they can take.

Dr. Steve Schlozman, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, wrote this week that he has “developed a new sympathy for my daughter’s hamster,” on WBUR’s Common Health blog. 794 more words