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Best and worst states for doctors in 2019: Where docs can thrive, according to Medscape

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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05.15.19

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Where will the next measles outbreak strike? Chicago, LA and Miami beware

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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05.15.19

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Interested in specializing in OMM? Here’s what you need to know

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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05.14.19

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AOBOG tests potential online replacement for recertification exam

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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05.08.19

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Starving the fire: 5 things to know about the anti-inflammatory diet

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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05.08.19

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Putting health first: How I spent my summer between OMS I and OMS II

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

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05.08.19

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NASA’s top doc: A DO is helping launch the first human journey to Mars

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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05.01.19

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National survey planned to assess current use of osteopathic principles and practice

New insights on how DOs use osteopathic skills in clinical practice will be used to strengthen osteopathic content in certifying board exams.

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05.01.19

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A DO treated Oregon’s first child with tetanus in more than 30 years

Judith Guzman-Cottrill, DO, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, discusses her role in treating an unvaccinated 6-year-old boy with tetanus.

The DO

04.30.19