Lifestyle Prescriptions with Johannes Fisslinger – Free Sample

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Presenter: Good, good, good! We kind a spread out but I guess that’s Ok, you know so anyways welcome, welcome back for workshop for you know something hopefully that is new which has been working on for a while. I guess we didn’t turn off the tape unless you want to get up and dance, […]



Physician, advocate, researcher
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Physician, advocate, researcher

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(music) I was born in Mexico and my mom and I decided to come to the US to pursue the American dream when I was about five. I grew up in Humboldt Park, the phenomenal neighborhood when it comes to culture, and the people are great however sometimes it is burned by violence and poverty. […]


Physician Recruitment | UnityPoint Health – Fort Dodge

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Coming to Fort Dodge is about the lifestyle. If you are someone who wants to be involved in raising your kids, having a family life, enjoying working with your partners, enjoying having dinner with your partners. It’s a small community. We all want each other to succeed. This is your place. The major attraction to […]



The Future of Medicine is Here

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Feinberg is a lot different than other medical schools. It challenges you to become a bigger and better person. This is where you go to become a physician who can solve any problem. At Feinberg, medicine is not just about learning how to treat a disease or illness it’s about learning how to treat a […]


Psychologists in integrated health care: Family medicine

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>>DAN MULLIN: So the Barre Health Center has been here in the community for more than 40 years now. It is a rural community at least by Massachusetts standards. Our patients prefer to get their care with us rather than going into the big city whenever possible. Unfortunately, it is a pretty good drive to […]


Physician Compensation in the U.S.

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Physician compensation in the United States Author: Ryan D. Mire, MD, FACP Editor: Rishi Desai, MD, MPH The way that physicians get paid in the United States has changed quite a bit over the years. For example, a long time ago, doctors got paid directly by patients – which was no different than how you […]


Short bowel syndrome – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

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In short bowel syndrome, bowel is another word for the intestines. It’s a condition that occurs when either the small intestine and/or the large intestine become physically shorter when a portion is removed by surgery, or functionally shorter, when a portion is damaged in a way that makes it nonfunctional. This can lead to poor […]


Was World War I good for medicine? (NATO Review)

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Was World War I good for medicine? From 1914’s grim reality to today’s virtual reality It’s hard to do justice with words what happened here in Ypres between 1914 and 1918. So numbers may help explain better. There were four major battles here, which were fought ferociously. The third one alone had 15,000 dead at […]