Liberal elites savor their own medicine |

Martha’s Vineyard should change its official name to NIMBY – Not Backyard – Island, given its swift deportation of 50 Venezuelan immigrants last week. The high-ranking Democrats with multimillion-dollar vacation homes in the exclusive enclave that voted overwhelmingly for Joe Biden in the 2020 election “by a margin of 77.7% to former President Trump’s 20.6%” … Read more

Rewriting the textbook for precision medicine

Precision medicine puts the patient at the center of healthcare, using a variety of tools to develop tailored and targeted treatments and diagnoses. Promising to “revolution” the modern medicine landscape, precision medicine requires an in-depth knowledge of the molecular underpinnings of healthy and diseased conditions. Advances in molecular biology technologies and bioinformatics platforms help provide … Read more

White House hosts local officials, touts impact of policies | Health, medicine and fitness

By Josh Bock – The Associated Press Washington (AFP) – The White House is making a new effort to show local governments what it can do for their communities, and is hosting North Carolina officials to highlight funding opportunities and hear firsthand how to do it. Relief from Corona VirusAnd the Infrastructure dollars Other policies … Read more

Genetic testing is key to early detection of ovarian cancer – Park Rapids Enterprise

According to the American Cancer Society, about 19,880 women this year will receive a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer, and 12,810 women will die from it. It is the fifth most deadly cancer in women, and the deadliest that affects the female reproductive system. For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in September, University of Minnesota College … Read more

An increase in Venezuelan immigration is felt across the United States | Health, medicine and fitness

By Acacia Coronado and Gisela Salomon – The Associated Press Eagle Pass, Texas (AP) – It cost Nerio two months and all he had to get him from Venezuela to the United States, traveling mainly on foot and watching exhausted immigrants being assaulted or left to die. Likes An increasing number of Venezuelans, Nerio made … Read more

Understanding laparoscopy in veterinary surgery

General practitioners are incorporating this increasingly common minimally invasive surgery into their menu of services George Kling performed the world’s first laparoscopy in 1901, and like many of the first medical procedures, this one was performed on a dog. 121 years later to the present day: Laparoscopic surgery has become the standard of care for … Read more

Smith, Carter

Smith Jr., Dr. Carter Carter Smith, Jr. died on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. He and his twin sister Prudden were born on December 15, 1933 to Drs. William Carter Smith and Sue Pruden Smith. Carter attended E Rivers School, North Fulton High School, and McAleigh School, graduating with honors in 1952. He has always credited … Read more