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Medical tourism in Romania & Medical tourism in Austria.

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Medical tourism in Austria Medical tourism in Romania:  Many Balkan countries rely on medical tourism, especially for its most sought form , namely dental  tourism, and Romania begins to be increasingly known. Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Hungary are investing in modern clinics to attract Western travelers seeking medical treatments not covered by insurance in […]

Outdoor Holiday Gift Ideas: ENO Hammock Accessories

For anyone on your Christmas shopping list who has an ENO hammock or would otherwise appreciate a jolt of fun to their outdoors and camping life, the ENO Echo Bluetooth Speaker can turn any camp or hammock session into a festive, music-enhanced party. This Bluetooth-enabled portable speaker not only weighs next to nothing and fits […]

Factors to Consider Use When Choosing Primary Care Doctors

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When looking for a primary health care provider, you need to ensure that you find doctors who are family practitioners and have build a formidable community relationship with the patients involved. They should also be upholders of the tenets of adult medicine that portray accountability and responsibility. Look for a professional who seeks to bridge […]

Vietnam is facing health calamities

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Cancer is becoming a health calamity in Vietnam as the disease’s burden accounts for 66 percent of total disease costs and badly affects to the socioeconomic growth. Treatment for a cancer case in Tumor Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City (Photo: SGGP) The country reports at least 126,000 fresh cancer infections every year and 190,000 […]

Even Casual Walking for an Extra 2 Minutes Each Hour May Help Prolong Life

In an observational study that followed participants for an average of just under 3 years, a “trade-off” of sedentary activity with low-intensity activity was not beneficial, but a trade-off of 2 minutes/hour of sedentary activity with an equal amount of light-intensity activity was associated with 33% lower risk of dying in the general population and […]

Polonsky Reappointed as Head of Biological Sciences, Medical School and Medical Center at University of Chicago

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Kenneth S. Polonsky, MD, the Richard T. Crane Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine, has been appointed to a second five-year term as dean of the Biological Sciences Division and the Pritzker School of Medicine and executive vice president for medical affairs at the University of Chicago. The reappointment is effective Oct. 1, 2015. Newswise: MedNews

4 coastal Labrador students accepted to MUN's medical school

Scoring an acceptance letter into medical school is no easy task,¬†with stiff competition for those coveted seats. Three seats are reserved for applicants of Aboriginal ancestry who meet the Newfoundland and Labrador residency requirements. Ramsey Powell and Brittany Chubbs, who are both from coastal Labrador, spoke with the St. John's Morning Show¬†about their acceptances. Medical […]

2016 Best Graduate Schools Preview: Top 10 Medical Schools

Thinking about applying to graduate school? Whether you're interested in pursuing an MBA, or attending law school or medical school, there are some big decisions to make. To help students find the right school for them, U.S. News & World Report surveys nearly 1,900 graduate schools and programs and ranks them according to our methodology. […]

Medical records found outdoors in Richmond Hill

Ontario's privacy commissioner is investigating after confidential medical records were found lying on a street in Richmond Hill. Most of the documents are records of patients of a doctor whose office is located in the Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive area. Brian Beamish, the province's acting privacy commissioner, told CBC News that health records […]

Development of Personalized Cellular Therapy for Brain Cancer

Immune cells engineered to seek out and attack a type of deadly brain cancer were found to be both safe and effective at controlling tumor growth in mice that were treated with these modified cells. The results paved the way for a newly opened clinical trial for glioblastoma patients at Penn. Newswise: MedNews

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