“Chase’s Choice” Inspired by Chase Rief’s Decision to Stop Using Prescribed Medications – Canon City Daily Record

It was Chase Rief’s choice to stop using pharmaceuticals after prescription drugs left him in a wheelchair as a teenager. Since he started using CBD oils seven years ago, Rief, now 21, has not only led a full and active life, but he hasn’t had a single seizure. He had …

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New model describes how cultural trauma can lead to health disparities

Two researchers from the University of California at Riverside have proposed a new model of “cultural trauma” that describes how traumas such as colonization, hate crimes and recent anti-immigrant media and policies can lead to health disparities. in many American cultural groups. . Traditionally, studies of group trauma such as …

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RGV NATIVE RETURNS HOME TO PRACTICE ONCOLOGY AT DHR HEALTH

– Advertising – Dr Cruz is the newest member of DHR Health’s hematology and oncology team and says, “I have taken this career path to focus on cancer genetics and give back to the communities of the Valley of the Rio Grande. A place that I have always called my …

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My mom is taking too much medicine. What can we do?

DEAR SENIOR SAVY: My 75-year-old mom is currently taking 16 different prescription and over-the-counter medications, and I’m worried she’s taking too many medications. Can you suggest any resources that can help us? – worried girl DEAR CONCERNS: Sadly, millions of older Americans take far too many medications today, increasing their …

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UN HealthWise Pharmacy Now Offers Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines

Benjamin Rush, 8, and his grandfather, George Gulbis, enjoying play time in the pharmacy skills lab after Benjamin received his first COVID-19 vaccine. Ohio Northern University’s HealthWise Pharmacy administers Pfizer-branded pediatric COVID-19 vaccines on campus for children ages 5 to 11, by appointment only. Parents can register their child to …

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Rethinking Mental Health Treatment Using Clinical Virtual Reality –

Skip Rizzo, PhD, Research Director for Medical Virtual Reality at the Institute for Creative Technologies (USC ICT) at the University of Southern California, explains how his BRAVEMIND Virtual Reality (VR) Therapy is changing the treatment of PTSD and how pharma can benefit from clinical VR. “There is a strong evidence …

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Various satellite images refine our image of the Earth | Health and science

Being able to accurately detect changes to the Earth’s surface using satellite imagery can help with everything from climate change research and agriculture to human migration patterns and non-proliferation. nuclear. But until recently, it was not possible to flexibly integrate images from multiple types of sensors, for example, those that …

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‘Hands off the insulin supply’: Schumer tells GOP not to tamper with affordable diabetic drug plan in Build Back Better program

Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer blasted Republicans on Sunday for considering cutting supplies of affordable insulin for diabetics as the Senate begins to consider, and possibly …

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Increased incapacity for work, comorbid burden associated with concomitant psoriasis, RP

Results presented at the 2021 American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting showed that patients with concomitant psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis (RP) reported an increased incidence of obesity, hypertension, and diabetes, as well as a higher probability of incapacity for work than those with only psoriasis. According to results presented at …

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Colorado Mountain College Solves Pharmacy Technician Shortage With New Program

A new program at Colorado Mountain College could help fill pharmacy technician positions in the state, a spokesperson for the university said. “Most pharmacies in all of our CMC service areas hire at least two technicians at this point,” said Amy Connerton, CMC pharmacy technician program director and associate professor, …

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