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'Cold medicine murder' victim was stabbed dozens of times, autopsy shows
ABC News
A woman whose husband told 911 that he thought he stabbed her to death after taking too much cold medicine suffered over 100 wounds, according to an autopsy report. The 123 sharp-force injuries to 29-year-old Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps included ...
Victim in 'cough medicine' slaying case had 123 cuts and stab wounds, autopsy showsNews & Observer
Autopsy: Wife stabbed 123 times in cold medicine murderKTRK-TV
Aspiring Pastor's Wife Had 123 Knife Wounds When He Claimed He Woke to Find Her Dead on the FloorPEOPLE.com

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Crain's Detroit Business

DMC in talks to build new sports medicine facility for Tigers, Red Wings
Crain's Detroit Business
The Detroit Medical Center is in negotiations to build a sports medicine facility jointly for the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers sandwiched between the new Little Caesars Arena to the south and the under-construction Wayne State University Mike ...



Harvard Magazine

Stuart Harris and wilderness medicine | Harvard Magazine
Harvard Magazine
Stuart Harris and the austere practice of wilderness physicians.

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Lexington Dispatch

Operation Medicine Drop returns to Davidson County
Lexington Dispatch
Through a program called Operation Medicine Drop, the organization will allow the public to drop off expired and unused prescription drugs to Thomasville Fire Station No. 2 at 815 S. Highway 109. The drop-off times will be 9:30-11 a.m. and 2- 4 p.m ...



News-Medical.net

Northwestern Medicine launches new Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause
News-Medical.net
Northwestern Medicine has launched a first of its kind center dedicated to providing comprehensive care to women for two often unmet areas of women's healthcare – sexual health and menopause. The Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause at ...

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Healthcare IT News

Next-generation sequencing is bringing precision medicine into the clinical realm
Healthcare IT News
Genomic sequencing has come a long way in a short time, and its potential to drive even faster innovations in precision medicine is enormous. To capitalize on that opportunity, however, health systems need data – lots of it, from all sorts of people.



J&J: Strong Earnings Is the Best Medicine
Barron's
J&J: Strong Earnings Is the Best Medicine. The world's largest maker of healthcare products blew past third quarter estimates, thanks largely to growing prescription drug sales. By. Johanna Bennett. Updated Oct. 17, 2017 10:13 a.m. ET. Text Size ...

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The Guardian

Alphabet tests Project Wing drones by delivering burritos and medicine
The Guardian
Google parent Alphabet has begun a new phase of testing its hybrid drones, dubbed Project Wing, by delivering burritos and medication to customers in rural Australia in a partnership with taqueria Guzman y Gomez and pharmacist Chemist Warehouse.
Google's Project Wing drones will deliver medicine and – yes – burritos in AustraliaSiliconANGLE News (blog)
Alphabet's Project Wing drone initiative is delivering burritos and medicine to Australian homesTechSpot
Testing in the Australian skies – The Team at XThe Team at X
The Team at X -The Team at X
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Huffington Post Canada

This Mom Hack Is The Baby Medicine Solution We All Need
Huffington Post Canada
For most parents, trying to get their baby to swallow medicine is akin to torture. Whether you're trying to slowly administer the offensive liquid while your baby spits it back in your face, or you've resorted to pinning your child down and prying ...
This Mom's Viral Hack for Getting Babies to Take Medicine Is Pure GeniusGoodHousekeeping.com (blog)
This Mom's Brilliant Hack For Giving Babies Medicine Will Change Your Life!POPSUGAR
This Mom's Hack for Getting Babies to Take Medicine Is GeniusUs Weekly
CafeMom -Cambridge News
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Patch.com

Man practices medicine without valid license for 13 years
WFMZ Allentown
Paramjit Singh, 59, was practicing medicine without a valid license at Medical Care Associates, Family Practice and Urgent Care in Hackettstown, New Jersey. According to Hackettstown Police Department, Singh was also using the name Dr. Reen.
Roxbury Doctor Practiced Medicine Without License, Prosecutor SaysPatch.com

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