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2/11/2021 New Anti-Obesity Medication Almost Twice as Effective as Most Currently Approved Weight-Loss Drugs ... the most effective drug intervention we have seen for weight management‚Ao Robert Kushner, MD, professor of Medicine and of Medical Education, and corresponding the New England Journal of Medicine.A new anti-obesity medication ... associated with multiple complications such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, arthritis, sleep apnea, some forms of cancer and decreased life expectancy.‚AuThis is by far the most effective intervention we have seen for ...
10/14/2020 The Journal of Invasive Cardiology Announces Shift to All-Digital Format, Expanded Content PRWeb ... in clinical research and practice, concentrating on real-world outcomes around the use of therapeutic devices in cardiovascular and structural heart disease, drugs used in the cath lab and in post-PCI therapy, advances in ... a mission to improve patient care. The company produces accredited medical education events and clinically relevant, evidence-based content for the global health care community across a range of therapeutic areas. The CardioVascular Learning Network ...
10/12/2020 AMA, FDA Launch Continuing Medical Education on Newly Updated Nutrition Facts Label - Nashville Medical News AMA, FDA Launch Continuing Medical Education on Newly Updated Nutrition Facts Label Published: October 12, 2020 The American Medical Association (AMA), in collaboration with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), announced a new continuing ... of developing chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, obesity and heart disease. "An easy way for patients to make healthier food choices is by referencing the Nutrition Facts label found on food and beverage packages ...
9/29/2020 Senior Director, European Therapeutic Area Lead Infectious Diseases and Vaccines, Janssen Medical Affairs EMEA - Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies - België ... working hard to prevent, treat, cure and stop some of the most devastating and complex diseases of our time. From heart disease to HIV, Alzheimer’s disease to cancer, we are committed to issues that touch ... lead a EMEA team of Medical Affairs Directors, Medical Advisors, Medical Education and Scientific Relations Leaders. He or she will also be responsible for coordinating Medical Affairs activities within EMEA for the Therapeutic Area ensuring ...
9/28/2020 World Heart Day: Healthy lifestyles a must during Covid outbreak, say docs ... conditions can lead to heart complications, warn doctors.(Getty Images/iStockphoto) Chandigarh Heath experts at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, on the eve of World Heart Day (observed on September 29 ... infection should also be evaluated for any progression of underlying heart disease or a new manifestation, especially the elderly with associated co-morbid illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension, renal failure, and chronic respiratory diseases,” read ...
9/25/2020 This Doctor’s Health Journey Inspired a Plant-Based Mom Movement! ... and experience with you! Now, my story: Watching my father struggle with and succumb much too early to diabetes and heart disease deeply inspired me to pursue medical training in lifestyle medicine. This evidence-based ... sadly wasn’t taught the power of lifestyle change during my medical education and training, I figured that since I seemed healthier than my patients, I didn’t really need to improve my own health. When in ...
7/25/2020 MEDICAL MAFIA EXPOSED ... you risk whiplash. First garlic lowers bad cholesterol, then – after more study – it doesn't. Hormone replacement reduces the risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women, until a huge study finds that it does 't. But ... gives millions to the Academy of Pediatrics for conferences, grants, medical education classes and even helped build their headquarters. The totals are kept secret, but public documents reveal bits and pieces. A $342,000 payment from ...
7/21/2020 Prediction of adverse cardiac events in pregnant women with valvular rheumatic heart disease BMJ 1 Obstetrics & Gynaecology , Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) , Puducherry , India 2 Cardiology , Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) , Puducherry , India 3 Neonatology , Jawaharlal Institute of Post ... of adverse cardiac events in pregnant women with rheumatic valvular heart disease (RHD) and to derive a clinical risk scoring for predicting it. Methods This is an observational study involving pregnant women with RHD, attending ...
6/15/2020 Heartbeat Health and The American College of Cardiology Join to Revolutionize Cardiology With Breakthrough Virtual Care PR Newswire ... Heartbeat collaboration is focused exclusively on cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death worldwide. Complex disease management, like heart disease, requires this real-time data to effectively treat and manage virtually. "Cardiologists in ... health policy, standards and guidelines. The College also provides professional medical education, disseminates cardiovascular research through its world-renowned JACC Journals, operates national registries to measure and improve care, and offers cardiovascular accreditation to hospitals ...
6/2/2020 EMS primer: Positional asphyxia, traumatic asyphxia and strangulation ... support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation. Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by the police, his underlying ... toward refuting the fake news our layperson friends lack the medical education to spot. Respiratory distress, impairment First, let’s dispel the myth that says, “If you can say ‘I can’t breathe,’ then that is proof ...
6/1/2020 Olga Evelyn Brown (December 20, 1914 – May 29, 2020) Wordpress.com ... 105. When I first became her family doctor in 1999, she’d had an angiogram indicating she had some significant coronary heart disease, so I always considered her a cardiac patient. Fortunately, she was one who ... that caused disabling light-headedness with standing. At a Continuing Medical Education seminar I heard about the relatively new Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation procedure and at the end of the talk, I asked the speaker ...
5/31/2020 Namedropper 5/31/2020 A split Carbondale Area School Board hired a new district superintendent Saturday during a contentious meeting that also resulted in one member resigning because of infighting and stress from the position. (read more) BY KATHLEEN BOLUS, STAFF WRITER / Published: May 31, 2020 Article Tools – + Share This Dr. Linda Thomas-Hemak moderates the Wright Center for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education fourth annual Caring Hearts panel discussion on congenital heart ...
5/29/2020 Wright Center to air panel discussion on heart diseases HARRISBURG — The already fraught political fight over the coronavirus in Pennsylvania reached a fever pitch this week. (read more) BY KATHLEEN BOLUS, STAFF WRITER / Published: May 29, 2020 Article Tools – + Share This SCRANTON - The Wright Center for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education will air its fourth annual Caring Hearts panel discussion on congenital heart disease this weekend. Originally scheduled for April 25 at Genetti Manor in Dickson City, this ...
3/19/2020 'Only critical cases should visit JIPMER in view of COVID-19' | Deccan Herald ... ailments and requiring tertiary care should visit the hospital. Making this appeal through a circular, JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research) said this was part of the precautionary steps to save patients ... persons with such chronic ailments like diabetes, hypertension, cancer and heart diseases who are on regular and continued medication should avoid coming to the hospital simply for receiving drugs. They are advised to get the ...
12/3/2019 Training doctors to talk about the link between food and health could be the conversation we need to save lives - The Washington Post The Washington Post ... the nation’s capital would be doing everything possible — talk, scream, whisper, whatever it takes — to stem the ongoing epidemic of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension and even tooth decay. Talking to a patient about the ... courses mandatory.” AD A 2015 report in the Journal of Biomedical Education lends support to Cheh’s proposal. “There is no indication that ill-prepared medical school graduates usually make up for deficits in their medical ...
11/22/2019 New Division Chief Rounds Out Top Talent at Phoenix Children's Heart Center PR Newswire ... Dr. Breinholt's arrival," said Wayne J. Franklin , MD, FACC, Co-Director of the Heart Center and Director of Adult Congenital Heart Disease at Phoenix Children's. "There is no exaggeration in saying our Heart Center has ... 75 pediatric specialties. Recognized specifically for its patient-focused innovation, medical education, growth and research, Phoenix Children's was named Business of the Year and Exceptional Innovator by the Greater Phoenix Chamber in 2018. For more ...
11/11/2019 Nutrition Not Included In Medical Students' Curriculums Worldwide ... heart disease, among others. They will be taught cooking techniques that include baking salmon perfectly and cutting vegetables according to a certain style. Not just that, students will have to take lectures imparting evidenced-based information on healthy eating. “This is an evidenced-based program that fills important gaps in medical education by teaching about nutrition’s critical role in chronic diseases and how to use cooking to inspire healthy dietary ...
11/11/2019 In the News: Nov 7–14 ... medical education, calls for cost and price transparency, and changes to National Institutes of Health funding. Please register for the Experts Live Q&A: 2019 Policy Update for AMCs to join Sg2 experts as they discuss policies and actions with specific implications for AMCs in their roles as research and teaching institutions, safety-net organizations, and providers of tertiary care. Aging Population Increases Heart Disease Mortality Rate A recent American ...
10/3/2019 Robots can help doctors perform heart surgery remotely CNBC ... wrote Apex Heart Institute's cardiologists, Tejas Patel and Sanjay Shah, with Samir Pancholy, director at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education Cardiology Fellowship. The five patients had coronary artery disease, a condition wherein blood ... surgeries could be a step forward for the treatment of heart disease. Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death globally , according to the World Health Organization. Greater access to medical services Remote operations ...
9/19/2019 Cleveland Clinic, LSU's Pennington Biomedical to host Cleveland Clinic's Obesity Summit ... Obesity, and Cardiovascular Disease Summit (DOCS) on Sept. 26 and 27 in Cleveland and Baton Rouge. The summit - a continuing medical education event - attracts a diverse mix of healthcare practitioners, including physicians, nurses, therapists, scientists ... a complex disease that can trigger multiple comorbidities, including diabetes, heart disease, cholesterol, blood pressure, and sleep apnea," said Bartolome Burguera, M.D., Ph.D., co-director of the summit and chairman of Cleveland Clinic's Endocrinology & Metabolism ...
9/7/2019 High Blood Pressure Affects Young and Healthy Medical Students ... why young men would be significantly more prone to high blood pressure than women; however, the stresses of a demanding medical education in addition to anxiety, lack of exercise, lack of sleep and/or poor ... to protect one's health." According to the American Heart Association's "Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics-2019 Update," an estimated 103 million Americans--or about half of all U.S. adults--have high blood pressure, a major ...
8/5/2019 Pursuing Training in Structural Heart Interventions: Q&A With Mario Gössl, MD ... heart disease, percutaneous therapies for structural heart disease (SHD) have become an important alternative. There are currently 39 centers in the United States offering training in SHD interventions listed on the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) website. However, as none of these programs are yet accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), there exists considerable variability in training, exposure, and curriculum for trainees , a conundrum ...
7/14/2019 Complex Metabolic Patients A Medscape Continuing Medical Education Case Study introduced the topic of Complex Metabolic Patients . What does allopathic medicine recommend to deal with metabolic complexity where patients suffer a dangerous combination of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease? Their solution is to educate doctors to “improve statin management in patients with complex metabolic disease by using patient-centered strategies to minimize glucose and new-onset diabetes risks ...
7/13/2019 (USA-NY-New York) Clinical Nutritionist ... medical education, scientific research, and direct patient care. For more information, go tomed.nyu.edu, and interact with us onFacebook,TwitterandInstagram. Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Clinical Nutritionist. The Clinical Nutritionist supports the Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in its focus on diet and lifestyle in the improvement of heart disease. As part of a multidisciplinary care team, the individual will help ...
7/10/2019 Bariatric surgery should be offered to all patients who would benefit ... States, which equates to one in four individuals. Obesity has been linked to a number of other illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease, bone, and joint problems, metabolic disorders, and even cancer. One of the options ... 2019 Annual Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium by Global Academy for Medical Education. Suzanne Tucker Shutterstock Dr. Stacy Brethauer, a professor of surgery at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center's Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, explains that ...