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Anatomic pathology goes paperless at Stanford Health Care

Anatomic pathology goes paperless at Stanford Health Care

All pathology orders at Stanford Health Care are now fully digitized, enabling faster results, ease of tracking, and greater patient safety. Since 2015, Stanford Health Care has used a software system, Epic System’s Beaker CP, to track analysis of bodily fluids such as blood and urine (CP refers to clinical pathology). Last month, it deployed …

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Rams RB Kyren Williams, G Logan Bruss and other Rams players team up with EVERFI to continue virtual mental health series for students

Rams RB Kyren Williams, G Logan Bruss and other Rams players team up with EVERFI to continue virtual mental health series for students

In partnership with EVERFI’s Character Playbook, the Rams continued their virtual mental health series for ninth graders in the Los Angeles area. At the start of the series’ second year, Rams guard Logan Bruss, running back Kyren Williams, linebacker Brayden Thomas and the Rams Cheerleaders joined two South Los Angeles schools in person for a …

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Health Care - White House to Solve Monkeypox Emergency

Health Care – White House to Solve Monkeypox Emergency

Netizens may rightly be scratching their heads over a Pepsi commercial featuring Lindsay Lohan in which the actress enjoys a glass of soda with just a little milk. On health today, the Biden administration says it does not plan to renew the public health emergency that was declared for the monkeypox outbreak earlier this year …

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OUWB medical students bring healthy dose of holiday cheer to local hospital

OUWB medical students bring healthy dose of holiday cheer to local hospital

Sixteen medical students representing all current OUWB classes took the time on Friday to spread some holiday cheer in the form of Christmas carols at Corewell Health William Beaumont University Hospital in Royal Oak. The event was led by student organization OUWB DocApella and Spinal Chords, as well as the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Interest …

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Minneapolis becomes a 'safe haven' for gender-affirming care

Minneapolis becomes a ‘safe haven’ for gender-affirming care

Minneapolis is now a safe haven for trans people and others seeking gender-affirming care. On Friday, Mayor Jacob Frey signed an executive order establishing sanctuary status for the city – considered the first in the state and at the forefront of cities nationwide to erect a “rainbow wall” of protection against anti-trans policies. “Here in …

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Hepatologist moves from New York to Palm Beach County to join TGH Gastro Group in Palm Beaches

Hepatologist moves from New York to Palm Beach County to join TGH Gastro Group in Palm Beaches

Sonja K. OlsenMD, brings world-renowned experience to the gastroenterology practice at Tampa General Hospital on florida East Coast. WEST PALM BEACH, Florida., December 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A board-certified internist, gastroenterologist and transplant hepatologist has left New York University (NYU) Langone Health to join the Gastro Group at Tampa General Hospital (TGH) in the Palm …

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Berkeley County launches mental health pilot program for inmates

Berkeley County launches mental health pilot program for inmates

MONCKS CORNER — Berkeley County is taking steps to prioritize mental health by launching a new pilot program at the county detention center covering inmates with mental illnesses. The program is a partnership between the Hill-Finklea Detention Center and the Berkeley Community Mental Health Center and made possible by a $373,000 appropriation from the state …

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Promising trial targets genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease

Promising trial targets genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease

In a bold attempt to halt the progression of some cases of Alzheimer’s disease, a group of researchers are trying something new: injecting a protective gene into patients’ brains. The trial only involved five patients with a particular genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease. They received a very low dose of gene therapy – a safety …

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Rise in youth suicides linked to shortage of mental health workers

December 02, 2022 3 minute read Source/Disclosures Source: Healio interview. Disclosures: Hoffman does not report any relevant financial information. Please see the study for relevant financial information from all other authors. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email …

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