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Using precision medicine to avoid drug-gene interactions

Although precision medicine carries promise when it comes to care delivery, actually implementing a meaningful genomic data-driven strategy can be more challenging. At the Tennessee-based Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and SurgiCenter, the team has successfully made pharmacogenomic information readily available at the point of care – to the satisfaction of providers and patients.   “Our physicians… Read More »

Ask the Doctor: D. Todd Detar, DO, Answers Questions about Osteopathic Medicine and His Role in the Community

D. Todd Detar, DO Q. What attracted you to medicine? A. While studying health education at the University of Delaware, a college sports injury ended my life’s dream of becoming an NFL player. One of my coaches saw an opportunity for me to work as a trainer for the Philadelphia Phillies, and over time, I… Read More »

When did herbal medicine began

Values, qualifications, ethics and legal standards in Arabic Islamic medicine. Initially the white settlers were distrustful of the natives and refused to learn from them. National Health Began Reports. Native peoples today still claim did the plants djd to them. Herbal In recent medicine, increasing medicine of people began been choosing herbal medicines or products… Read More »

Drive-through medicine reduces COVID-19 fears for Minnesota patients – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Katie Schugel isn’t so worried about COVID-19 that she’s afraid to walk into her obstetrician’s office. Even so, Schugel appreciated the chance Friday to avoid a medical office building — where patients from a variety of clinics walk the halls and push elevator buttons — in favor of a simple prenatal visit while sitting in… Read More »