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States of stress: Check out the most and least stressed states in 2019

Common stressors are highest on average in Louisiana and Mississippi and lowest in Minnesota and Utah, a Wallethub analysis finds.

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04.02.19

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Money matters: The public DO schools that award the most financial aid

Attending medical school can be incredibly expensive. U.S. News and World Report recently ranked American public medical schools by the percentage of students who received financial aid. Here are the DO schools reporting the highest percentage of students receiving financial aid.

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03.27.19

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Best and worst states for doctors in 2019: See where your state landed

Physicians in the Great Plains and Midwest states tend to have higher wages and the least expensive malpractice insurance, WalletHub analysis finds.

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03.27.19

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Celebrating National Physicians Week with stories of 10 inspiring DOs

From fighting for cancer screening to helping send astronauts into space, these osteopathic physicians are showing the world how to innovate, advocate and lead.

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03.25.19

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Anesthesiology board replaces 10-year re-certification exam

American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology (AOBA) diplomates whose certification expires between 2019-2021 will be the first to take an online, open-book assessment instead of the 10-year osteopathic continuous certification (OCC) exam.

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03.25.19

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Match Day magic: How students knew a residency program was right for them.

When a student finds the right residency program, there’s a spark. Here’s how these fourth-years knew they’d found the one.

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03.20.19

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Words of wisdom: The best advice students received about the Match

Watch this video as recently matched med students share their advice on how to get the residency you want and what you should do now to get there.

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03.20.19

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An emergency physician and health care executive will be the AOA’s next CEO

Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, will begin on or before May 31, as the AOA’s incoming CEO. As CEO, Dr. Klauer will oversee strategy, operations, organizational growth and advocacy for the osteopathic profession.

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03.20.19

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From agony to advocacy: How two DOs survived the loss of their two-year-old daughter

Denise Wunderler, DO, and her husband Mike Savino, DO, learned about Sudden Unexplained Death in Children in the most tragic way. Now they are on a mission to educate others about the term.

The DO

03.20.19