Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Season of Turmoil

This article was reported and written in collaboration with ProPublica, the nonprofit journalism organization. Hundreds of doctors packed an auditorium at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Oct. 1, deeply angered by revelations that the hospital’s top medical officer and other leaders had cultivated lucrative relationships with for-profit companies. One by one, they stood up to challenge the stewardship of […]

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New Brunswick’s top news stories of 2018: July to December

For many in New Brunswick, 2018 was a year marked by tragic events, dramatic change and a shift in the political landscape. Although New Brunswick is a province that operates under the nation’s radar, stories such as the Fredericton shooting, the New Brunswick floods and the provincial election drew Canada’s attention to its only bilingual province. Here are some of […]

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How to be a healthy hedonist: here are a few simple tweaks to limit the damage to your body after New Year's partying

It’s New Year’s Eve, the one night of the year where you’re guaranteed to want to let your hair down. But if you’re planning on partying tonight, you don’t have to overdo it. Why not try “healthy hedonism” instead? With a few simple tweaks, you can still enjoy yourself, while limiting some of the damage you’re doing to you body. […]

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Overweight, apparently, for a quarter of Asthma cases in obese children responsible

Connection between weight and Asthma diseases in obese children In the past few years, various scientific studies showed that Asthma risk increases due to Overweight. A recent study suggests that obesity for around a quarter of all Asthma diseases in obese children. More and more children are to thick In Germany more and more Obese. Also, many of the children […]

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'Building an unbreakable bond in 2019: How to make the most of your relationships in the new year'

It’s not an accident that New Year’s resolutions follow the festive season like a hungover apology follows a wild night out. We need to make amends for the sibling rows, the “just one more” at the local while pissed off babysitters check their watches, and the reproachful liver pains of Stephen’s Day morning. But what if this year you bonded […]

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Each cigarette is poisoning our body E-cigarettes can facilitate Smoking cessation

English health authorities recommend E-cigarettes to stop Smoking Through a large-scale campaign, the English health authorities want to motivate the population to give up Smoking, by demonstrating the drastic Health effects that arise from each cigarette. To Stop the experts recommend a change to the E-cigarette. Public Health England (PHE) has published a number of short films that show the […]

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After naloxone, when can opioid overdose patients be safely discharged? Study confirms one hour rule

  Naloxone has saved thousands of lives. But can patients be safely discharged from the Emergency Department (ED) just an hour after they receive the medication that curtails drug overdoses? According to the St. Paul’s Early Discharge Rule developed in 2000, that’s how long providers should observe patients after naloxone treatment, so long as their vital signs meet specific criteria […]

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