How Climate Change Adversely Impacts Women’s Health
Climate change not only threatens public health, but in particular, women’s health. Higher global temperatures, worsening air quality, rising sea levels, and more frequent and more extreme weather events all converge to produce an unhealthy environment.
Researchers Identify Common Type of Dementia Similar to Alzheimer's
Researchers have found a newly defined neurodegenerative disease with symptoms similar to Alzheimer’s but caused by a different misbehaving protein. The disease, called LATE, seems to develop more slowly than Alzheimer’s and to appear later, when people are in their 80s and 90s.
5 Reasons Why Physicians Should Use Social Media Professionally
Kevin B. O'Reilly
As social media has moved from a toy of the technorati to a mainstream facet of American life, many physicians have learned how to get the most out of Facebook, Twitter and the like while avoiding some of the ethical pitfalls. If you’re still trying to understand why smart use of social media could help your physician career, here are some answers.
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