The biological reason why it's so hard for teenagers to wake up early for school - Independent Online - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 09:02

Independent Online

The biological reason why it's so hard for teenagers to wake up early for school
Independent Online
The American Medical Association now recommends that no classes for teenagers should begin before 8.30am. Yet early starts are still common in many countries around the world, among them Australia, UK, France and Sweden. There is further evidence that ...

News and events in business and industry - Ocala - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 07:15

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News and events in business and industry
Ocala
... • Rosa Sandoval (AAP, CCBCO, CBAP), to Finance Director. She began her career with the business on May 29, 2012, in Accountant/Back Office/BSA-AML Compliance. • Elizabeth “Liz” Hackney, to Operations Supervisor. She began her career with OCCU on ...

Part XVI. “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”: Response to Jeffrey Lieberman - HuffPost - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 05:42

Part XVI. “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”: Response to Jeffrey Lieberman
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And yet a vocal few in the mental health field—with schizophrenia drug researcher Jeffrey Lieberman as the chief mouthpiece—pontificate on the so-called Goldwater Rule of the American Psychiatric Association, stipulating an ethical violation for ...

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Part XVI. “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”: Response to Jeffrey Lieberman - HuffPost - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 05:42

Part XVI. “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”: Response to Jeffrey Lieberman
HuffPost
And yet a vocal few in the mental health field—with schizophrenia drug researcher Jeffrey Lieberman as the chief mouthpiece—pontificate on the so-called Goldwater Rule of the American Psychiatric Association, stipulating an ethical violation for ...

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The danger for cancer patients - Altoona Mirror - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 05:26

The danger for cancer patients
Altoona Mirror
The lead editorial in the current issue of the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association, by Stanford economist Victor Fuchs, claims the way to make universal health insurance affordable is to curtail use of mammograms, costly new drugs ...

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No Differences Seen Between Opioids, OTC Pain Drugs for Extremity Pain in ED - Pain Medicine News - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 05:11

No Differences Seen Between Opioids, OTC Pain Drugs for Extremity Pain in ED
Pain Medicine News
There were no clinically meaningful differences in pain reduction at two hours after ingestion among four oral analgesics—two opioids and two over-the-counter painkillers—to treat acute extremity pain in the emergency room, according to a new trial ...

Letters: Readers discuss Trump's mental state, Steve Alford, Putin and Icelandair - Kansas City Star - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 02:30

Kansas City Star

Letters: Readers discuss Trump's mental state, Steve Alford, Putin and Icelandair
Kansas City Star
As a result, the American Psychiatric Association's Principles of Medical Ethics were amended to state that psychiatrists may not ethically render professional opinions about public figures they have not examined in person, or obtained consent to ...

Letters: Readers discuss Trump's mental state, Steve Alford, Putin and Icelandair - Kansas City Star - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 02:30

Kansas City Star

Letters: Readers discuss Trump's mental state, Steve Alford, Putin and Icelandair
Kansas City Star
Similar statements are present in the ethical codes of the American Medical Association and the American Psychological Association. Although such comments by medical professionals would seem to undermine their credibility to the public, I can see a ...

Future of Springfield's physician training program in jeopardy without stable funding - Springfield News-Leader - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 01:19

Springfield News-Leader

Future of Springfield's physician training program in jeopardy without stable funding
Springfield News-Leader
In the next two years, the University of Missouri School of Medicine planned to admit another 64 students into a relatively new physician training program in Springfield. But with state funding up in the air, that is now in jeopardy. "The goal is to ...

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Report: Michigan physicians create $59.1 billion in economic impact - MiBiz - Monday, January 15, 2018 - 00:45

Report: Michigan physicians create $59.1 billion in economic impact
MiBiz
Physician practices in Michigan drive $59.1 billion in economic output and support more than 305,000 jobs, according to a new study from the American Medical Association. Each of the more than 23,500 active physicians caring for patients in the state ...

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John Baker, MD is Honored by the American Health Council for “Best in Medicine” - GlobeNewswire (press release)

John Baker, MD is Honored by the American Health Council for “Best in Medicine”GlobeNewswire (press release)Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Baker is proud to have been a former United States Navy Doctor and Officer.

Swamp Claims Trump Is Crazy as Russia Conspiracy Theory Fails - The New American

Swamp Claims Trump Is Crazy as Russia Conspiracy Theory FailsThe New AmericanIndeed, even the highly politicized and ultra-liberal American Psychiatric Association (APA) cautioned against doctors pretending to “diagnose” with alleged “mental-health disorde

Report: NJ's doctors pumped $55.4B in state economy in 2016 - NJBIZ

Report: NJ's doctors pumped $55.4B in state economy in 2016NJBIZDoctors are not only good for the health of state residents, they also boost the state's economic health as well, according to a recent study by the Medical Society of New Jersey and the American Medical Association.

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