Regenerative Medicine Market to be Driven by Rising Incidences of Chronic Diseases and Massive Growth in Geriatric …

Regenerative Medicine Market to be Driven by Rising Incidences of Chronic Diseases and Massive Growth in Geriatric …

Additionally, regenerative medicine is also inclusive of tissue engineering. Bioengineers along with biologists, nanotechnologists, physicians and other specialties are working upon connecting tissues and potential organs or scaffolds made of biological materials to resemble cartilage, bone and other structure that supports tissue and organ growth. Browse 104 page research report with TOC on “Global Regenerative […]

Commission gets a taste of its own medicine

Commission gets a taste of its own medicine

© Pierre Carril/ESA June 28, 2018 Print this page The European Commission should not be surprised by President Donald Trump’s trade policy. It seems remarkably similar to its own attitude to the UK. And just as EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom finds it “deeply offensive and wrong” that the US may impose tariffs on European […]

Not Just Back Talk by Crick and Crack: Medicine and Chiropractic – Part 5

Not Just Back Talk by Crick and Crack: Medicine and Chiropractic – Part 5

This is the fifth article in a series looking at the relationship between the medical and chiropractic professions. (To see the first four articles of the series, you can find them at www.caledonianrecord.com , or email us at the address below). As we have discussed, the story dates back to the 1500’s and the Renaissance, […]

Medicine Ball Caravan: June 27, 2018

Medicine Ball Caravan: June 27, 2018

Brother Dege is scheduled for a live sit-down Wednesday morning on THE MEDICINE BALL CARAVAN on KRVS (11am-noon Central Standard on 88.7FM locally or krvs.org). It’s all about his latest album, “Farmer’s Almanac” and his just completed recent massive European tour as he swings non-stop into a swath of solo shows……..catch up with Dege today. Source link

UF College of Medicine Searching For New Dean As Mike Good Takes Utah Job

UF College of Medicine Searching For New Dean As Mike Good Takes Utah Job

After 10 years as dean of the University of College of Medicine, Dr. Michael Good is leaving for the University of Utah. He was named Wednesday as Utah’s senior vice president for health sciences, CEO of University of Utah Health and executive dean of its School of Medicine. Good has been on the UF faculty […]

Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program welcomes new residents

Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program welcomes new residents

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – The Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program is pleased to welcome our new incoming residents, beginning July 1, 2018. The residency program is an education collaboration between UP Health System – Marquette, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), […]

IU School of Medicine receives grant to help opioid-dependent mothers

IU School of Medicine receives grant to help opioid-dependent mothers

Please enable Javascript to watch this video INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A new initiative is hoping to help opioid-dependent mothers after they give birth. The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation awarded Indiana University School of Medicine $844,065 to support CARE Plus. It will encourage new moms to start their recovery process. The goal is to help more […]

The Human Genome Project, and how it could change modern medicine

The Human Genome Project, and how it could change modern medicine

National Human Genome Research Institute Director Dr. Eric Green (National Institutes of Health photo) Before the current popularity of looking for your ancestors through websites that offer DNA testing, there was a large scientific undertaking called the Human Genome Project. It started in the mid 90s and wrapped up in 2003. It was controversial in […]

Medicine law overhaul could save lives

Medicine law overhaul could save lives

Shortages of potentially life-saving medicines must be reported to the drug watchdog under a proposed overhaul of medicine reporting laws. Health Minister Greg Hunt says some situations, like an EpiPen shortage in April, could put patient lives at risk. A voluntary scheme has been in place since 2014 but it has been ineffective, he says. […]