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Food as medicine: PCOM students trade white coats for aprons in new culinary medicine curriculum

As chronic illnesses increasingly affect more Americans’ health, the link between dietary habits and disease prevention is taking on a larger role in medical schools and physician practices across the country.

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04.03.18

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Stroke intervention team brings life-changing techniques to patients

Two DOs bring rare expertise in endovascular surgery, 24-hour care to Wilmington, North Carolina, a coastal town in the Stroke Belt.

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04.03.18

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NRMP Match results: DO students participate and match in record numbers

More than 4,600 DO students and DO graduates participated in the National Resident Matching Program Match this year and, of those, roughly 3,770, or 82%, successfully matched. Both numbers are all-time highs, NRMP noted in a statement.

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04.03.18

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Physicians targeted in extortion scam by criminals posing as DEA agents

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency reports that physicians and the public have been targeted by criminals posing as DEA agents.

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04.03.18

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How healthy is your community? If you’re in Colorado or Virginia, U.S. News says pretty healthy

With the aim of arming local, public health and federal officials with information that would allow them to make decisions to improve population health, editors at U.S. News & World Report recently undertook an ambitious project—evaluating the health of nearly 3,000 American counties.

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04.02.18

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Best and worst states for doctors in 2018: How’s medicine where you live?

If you’re a physician in South Dakota or Nebraska, your job satisfaction is likely significantly higher than it would be if you resided in Rhode Island or New Jersey, according to personal finance website WalletHub, which recently released its 2018 list of the best and worst states for doctors.

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03.29.18

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Buying a car? What new DOs should know before splurging on a set of wheels

Medical students and residents toil for years, learning their profession and delaying gratification. So, it’s no surprise that many newly minted DOs can’t wait to spend a buck or two.

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03.28.18

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New laws affect DO opioid prescribing practices in Arizona and Mississippi

As the nation’s opioid epidemic shows little sign of abating, the AOA is actively monitoring and responding to any new legislation that has the potential to impact how osteopathic physicians address the pain needs of their patients. Arizona and Mississippi recently introduced new legislation intended to crack down on opioid overuse.

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03.28.18

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National Physicians Week: Learn about 10 inspiring DOs who are doing great things

Traditionally celebrated on March 30, National Doctors Day was initially conceived by a physician’s wife to honor the contributions of the nation’s physicians. Last year, the advocacy group Physicians Working Together led a campaign to extend National Doctors Day to a whole week, recognized March 25-31 this year, during which the group is offering an … Read More

The DO

03.28.18