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Is it the Dawning of the Age of AI in Medicine?

Is medicine (and the greater world) entering a new dawn of artificial intelligence and technology? If so, will these AI technologies only assist doctors or will they replace physician in some tasks?
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CBD Has an Extremely Wide Range of Health Benefits

CBD is a non-psychoactive compound derived from Cannabis sativa. Studies are confirming its benefits in a variety of clinical conditions, including cancer, arthritis, and migraine.
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Just How Dangerous Are Substitute Addictions?

It’s not unusual for recovery from drugs or alcohol to be complicated by substitute addiction-trading in one bad habit for another potentially dangerous one.
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Addiction Should Be Seen as a Treatable Disease, Not a Moral Failing

Unlike other illnesses, addiction is one of the only afflictions where the patient is blamed for their condition even though addiction is a disease and not a character flaw.
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Studying Naked Mole-Rats May Have Profound Implications for Human Life

It may seem far-fetched to think that studying naked mole-rats could have profound implications for human beings but, in fact, they have already taught us things that could help save lives and improve longevity.
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What Everyone Should Know About the Infant Microbiome

Most parents (and even some doctors) are unaware of the critical role of the infant microbiome as a foundation for good health throughout a child’s life.
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Prevent Losing Your Patients by Focusing on These 4 Areas

Here are four areas practices should be attentive of in order to prevent losing current patients.
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Most Headache Sufferers Don’t Receive Appropriate Care

Despite being extremely common, headaches are often misdiagnosed and undertreated.
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4 Tips for Managing Medical School Debt in Residency

The average salary for a first-year resident was just over $54,000 in 2016, but the average medical school debt is a whopping $164,800. Knowing your options can make this debt more manageable.
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How Reliable are Drug Expiration Dates?

The process of setting drug expiration dates takes into account not just biochemistry, but also profits. How much could be saved by extending the dates just 10%?
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