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Schizophrenia Study May Lead to New Innovative Solutions

Schizophrenia is a neuropsychiatric disorder that affects the brain's interpretation of reality. Thus far, a cure to schizophrenia has proven elusive. Still, a study by the University of Philadelphia has begun to change how we perceive schizophrenia, and further...

Dr. Mark Malone – Advanced Pain Care

About Dr. Mark Malone Dr. Mark T. Malone is a Board-Certified pain specialist currently residing in Austin, TX. After receiving his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, he attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. Dr. Malone...

Reprogrammed Immune Cells May Aid the Spread of Breast Cancer

In the United States, breast cancer accounts for the most common diagnosis in women, affecting at least 13% of women throughout their lifetime. It is invasive cancer that centers around the breast tissue, often appearing as irregular breast lumps, irregular nipple...

The Bright Side of Medicine: An Interview with Dr. Joshua Goldman

About Joshua Goldman Dr. Goldman received his bachelor's degree with honors from Stanford University in biological sciences and a minor in philosophy. His core interests lie in medical education, the intersections of reconstruction and aesthetics, and healthcare...

Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko

Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko was born in Ukraine and raised in New York, where he would eventually graduate from Medical School in 2000.  His entire time as a Doctor has been practicing in New York and he was most recently a family medicine physician in Monroe.  A true...

COVID-19 Test Breathalyzer is Here!

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, testing has been the key to detect and treat new cases. Until the rollout of vaccination completes globally, the world needs a more reliable and quick testing solution. The wonderful news is that scientists have designed a breath test...

Military Medicine: An In-depth Analysis With Dr. Chris Weisgarber

It isn't every day that we get to have a sit-and-talk with incredible servicemen and women who are also medical professionals. Dr. Chris Weisgarber had many stories, and as I interviewed him, there was this surreal feeling of, "Yes, I get to talk to one of the 4,400...

The Genetics of Eye Color are More Complex than We Thought

The pigmentation of the iris, which covers the tiny black hole in the middle of the eye called the pupil, helps regulate how much light can reach the eye and determines a person's eye color. The hue of the iris varies from very light blue to very dark brown....

Pain Management: It’s More Than Medicating

Chronic pain isn't just about diagnosis and medication. Dr. Tania Faruque, MD, knows this well, and she puts it into practice every day at Palomar Spine & Pain in California, where she serves as Medical Director. Her job is no walk in the park: "Being in pain...

Home Fitness Has Evolved

For most of us who've lived in the '90s, you'll often see the familiar sight of men and women in jogging clothes, dancing, and exercising on your TV screens. Some even have fancy equipment such as treadmills or exercise balls. Home fitness has been with us for quite...

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To Mask or Not To Mask

To Mask or Not To Mask

Introduction Could the use of masks jeopardize your health and put you at further risk of contracting COVID-19? What does the data show regarding...

What’s Your Fever Number?

What’s Your Fever Number?

by Justin Miller  Coughing, sneezing, chills, something is wrong. You are feeling miserable and reach for the thermometer. Upon taking your...

Dr. Louis Pierucci Spotlight

Dr. Louis Pierucci Spotlight

Born in 1928, Louis Pierucci was raised and spent most of his life in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. His father, Dr. Pierucci, describes a...

Dr. Scalise

Dr. Scalise

Dr. Scalise had a lifelong dream stemming from the Gemini and Apollo missions, to be an astronaut. Through his father's diplomatic connections, he...

Oz Sultan Spotlight

Oz Sultan Spotlight

A New HOPE For Underserved Urban Communities For 21st Century Healthcare With 21 years of experience working in technology and a decade of...

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To Mask or Not To Mask

To Mask or Not To Mask

Introduction Could the use of masks jeopardize your health and put you at further risk of contracting COVID-19? What does the data show regarding...

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The Telehealth Medical Cart That is Revitalizing the Dental Industry

Dental care includes regular visits to the dentist. However, this is a challenge for many people. The COVID-19 pandemic makes matters worse, not just for the patients, though. Even the dental industry struggles as well. The good...

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

In the words of the great Thomas Edison, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patients in care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” We believe that his vision came true, but with a simple...

Researchers Discover Protein May Block Nauseating Bacteria

After seven years of research, a team of scientists led by Nicholas Nigretti published ground-breaking findings on the inner workings of the notorious bacterial strain known as Campylobacter jejuni. Its name may not be as well-known as Salmonella or E. coli, but its...

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