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The CDC statistics are alarming. More than one-third of adults in the U.S. are obese. You likely know that obesity can increase your risk of diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes and heart attack. But you might not know that it also increases your risk of a condition called obesity hypoventilation syndrome, or OHS.
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So you want to be an anesthesiologist. You like the idea of being in the operating room, being the patient’s guardian angel, and having a laidback lifestyle. Let’s debunk the public perception myths of what it means to be an anesthesiologist, and give it to you straight. This is the reality of anesthesiology. 💌 Sign
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When human cells wander in suspension, free of their normal attachments, many of them launch invasions into their neighbors. These “homeless” cells bore into other cells and hang out inside, where they either die or exit, apparently unscathed. This bizarre process, which the researchers term entosis, appears to underlie a natural phenomenon involving tumor cells
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In the United States, two-thirds of the population is said to be either overweight or obese. Now there’s a new option for those who might need medical help to lose weight but don’t qualify for weight loss surgery. This week Mayo Clinic surgeons were the first in the U.S. to implant a new device recently
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So you want to be a dermatologist. You like the idea of treating nails, hair, and the largest human organ, the skin. Let’s debunk the public perception myths of what it means to be a dermatologist, and give it to you straight. This is the reality of dermatology. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter
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The craze of intermittent fasting has gripped the world of fitness and nutrition — but is this a temporary fad that will pass, or the paradigm shifting dietary intervention we’re led to believe? Let’s find out. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website & blog – https://medschoolinsiders.com 📸 Instagram – https://instagram.com/medschoolinsiders
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On Nov. 13, 2014, Harvard Medical School officially launched The World Is Waiting: The Campaign for Harvard Medicine, a fundraising campaign that will empower its mission to alleviate human suffering caused by disease through education, discovery, service, and leadership. To learn more about the campaign, go to http://hms.harvard.edu/giving
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You want to be more productive. I’m here to help you do just that. Here are the 5 foundations of productivity that will help you get more done in less time. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website & blog – https://medschoolinsiders.com 📸 Instagram – https://instagram.com/medschoolinsiders 🐦 Twitter – https://twitter.com/medinsiders 🗣️
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Student Loans are an unfortunate reality for most pre-med and medical students who are training to become future doctors. Let’s discuss the basics of student loans so you can graduate in the best financial position possible. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website & blog – https://medschoolinsiders.com 📸 Instagram – https://instagram.com/medschoolinsiders
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Hearing loss is a natural part of the aging process. But, noise-induced hearing loss is on the rise, leading to May being recognized as Better Hearing Month. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, approximately 15 percent of adults in the U.S. from 20 to 69 and 5 percent of children
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It hurts when I run. That’s what many orthopedic surgeons hear when runners and other athletes come into their offices. Sometimes people have obvious problems, such as strains or sprains. Other times these issues can be tricky to diagnose. The runner you’re about to meet had symptoms he thought were no big deal. But he
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With the epidemic of burnout amongst doctors and the majority not recommending medicine to their children, how can you know whether or not you would be happy as a future physician? Here’s how to find out. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website & blog – https://medschoolinsiders.com 📸 Instagram – https://instagram.com/medschoolinsiders
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As the number of cases of COVID-19 rises, experts continue to learn more about the disease. They know that symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. But what does the virus do inside your body to cause those symptoms? Dr. Neal Patel, a Mayo Clinic pulmonary and critical care medicine specialist, says that like
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So You Want to Become a Military Doctor. Here’s how you can decide if military medicine is a good field for you, how to become a military doc, and some of the lesser known truths of being one. 💌 Sign up for my weekly newsletter – https://medschoolinsiders.com/newsletter 🌍 Website & blog – https://medschoolinsiders.com 📸 Instagram
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There’s nothing like a good night’s sleep. But for people with obstructive sleep apnea, decent shut eye is hard to get. They often snore and repeatedly stop breathing during the night. This not only causes daytime sleepiness, but also other health issues. More on risks of sleep apnea and what you can do about it
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Dr. Vishal Khullar joined the department of Cardiovascular Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota in 2018. He completed his residency training in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery from Bombay Hospital and Medical Research Center, Mumbai, India. He continued his training in advanced cardiovascular surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, and sub-specialization training in advanced
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Drug company Biogen Inc. intends to pursue regulatory approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their experimental Alzheimer’s drug, aducanumab, based on new analyses of data from their Phase 3 clinical trials. The study results showed reduced decline in people with mild cognitive impairment and mild dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease who received
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When people with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity continue to have symptoms, they may be interested in exploring new diets. Jacalyn See, clinical dietitian at Mayo Clinic, offers some insight into the FODMAP diet, and whether this diet could help people with gluten-related disorders. To learn more, visit https://mayocl.in/2Nz8cIz
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A talk by David A. Sinclair, PhD, professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School and co-director of the Glenn Labs for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging. Moderated by Freda C. Lewis-Hall, MD, DFAPA, executive vice president and chief medical officer of Pfizer and a member of the HMS Board of Fellows. Harvard Medical School MED-EDs
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Dr. Daniel Saris, an orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic, and Dr. Aaron Krych, an orthopedic and sport medicine specialist at Mayo Clinic, explain recycled cartilage auto/allo implantation, or RECLAIM — a novel stem cell therapy using regenerative medicine for knee cartilage repair. This interview originally aired Jan. 19, 2019. To learn more about RECLAIM, visit:
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