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Frontline physicians call on politicians to end political interference in the delivery of evidence based medicine

May 16, 2019
Statement from the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Osteopathic Association, and American Psychiatric Association Washington, D.C. – May 16, 2019 – Our organizations are firmly opposed to efforts in state legislatures across the United States that inappropriately interfere with the … Read More
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Best and worst states for doctors in 2019: Where docs can thrive, according to Medscape

May 15, 2019
Every year, Medscape attempts to chart the physician-friendliness of each state in the union. Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin lead the list of best states for physicians this year.
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Where will the next measles outbreak strike? Chicago, LA and Miami beware

May 15, 2019
A new study ranks the threat in U.S. counties based on the number of unvaccinated individuals and the relative distance to international airports.
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Interested in specializing in OMM? Here’s what you need to know

May 14, 2019
DOs who practice osteopathic manipulative medicine share insight on their passion for this specialty and what it takes to pursue it.
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AOBOG tests potential online replacement for recertification exam

May 8, 2019
The American Osteopathic Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology is currently piloting short web-based exams meant to replace its written six-year recertification exam to a group of 140 physicians.
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Starving the fire: 5 things to know about the anti-inflammatory diet

May 8, 2019
Patients with heart disease, diabetes and obesity are among those who may benefit from an eating plan aimed at treating low-grade chronic inflammation.
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Putting health first: How I spent my summer between OMS I and OMS II

May 8, 2019
In this essay, Katherine Kleinberg, OMS III, shares her journey having risk-reducing surgery because she’s BRCA 1 positive.
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ROME New England

May 6, 2019
ROME New England is one of three Regional Osteopathic Medical Education (ROME) conferences co-hosted by the AOA each year. Attendees participate in education sessions focused on osteopathic principles and practice, hear from world-renowned medical and health policy experts and collaborate with like-minded DOs from across the region.
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OMM Advanced Approach

May 3, 2019
The myofascial connective tissue system is one of only three holistic systems in the body. International Fascial Conferences where scientists and clinicians have come together to share what is known about this system have only been occurring since 2005. The fascial system has been likened to what Star Trek called the final frontier. Evidence has … Read More
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NASA’s top doc: A DO is helping launch the first human journey to Mars

May 1, 2019
As NASA’s chief health and medical officer, J.D. Polk, DO, is rising to the cosmic challenge of monitoring the health of all NASA employees.
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