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Tropical Medicine

Tropical Medicine is the study of diseases more commonly found in tropical regions than elsewhere. Examples of these diseases are malaria, yellow fever, Chagas disease, Dengue, Helminths, African tr...

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Alternative medicine are whole medical systems that did not fit with conventional medicine as they have completely different philosophies and ideas on the causes of disease, methods of diagnosis and...

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How does evidence-based medicine affect the art of medicine?

There’s no arguing the fact that evidence-based medicine (EBM) is moving us in the right direction as far as treating and preventing illness in medicine as a whole, but what does EBM, in its cur...

Women under-represented in academic medicine

Women are under-represented in academic medicine resulting in a waste of public investment due to loss of research talent. Writing in the July issue of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, au...

The Changing World of Family Medicine

How has family medicine changed in the 13 years since the Keystone III conference that set the stage for the Future of Family Medicine initiative? Annals of Family Medicine

'I've Had It With Medicine!' 16 Options for Second Careers

Are you tempted to leave the day-to-day grind of seeing patients for something more stimulating, but don't want to exit medicine completely? Here's how some of your colleagues have made it work. Med...

Zohydro will create new addicts, addiction medicine expert says

(Medical Xpress)—Few benefits and many risks will result from the marketing of Zohydro, the extended-release formulation of hydrocodone, according to Richard D. Blondell, MD, vice chair for addictio...

Precision Medicine: The Coolest Part of Medicine

One size rarely fits all. Most medical knowledge is derived from studying groups of subjects, subjects who may be different in some way from the individual who walks into the doctor’s office. Basing...

5 ways to improve hospital medicine

Hospital medicine has rapidly become one of the largest specialties in the United States. As the number of practicing hospital medicine doctors soars above the 30,000 mark and health care reform takes...

The Power of Personalized Medicine: It’s in the Stars

 Personalized medicine is a term you hear a lot in life science and drug industry discussions. This six-part video series from both Drug Discovery & Development and Bioscience Technology will exp...

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The p-medicine portal-a collaboration platform for research in personalised medicine.

The European project p-medicine creates an information technology infrastructure that facilitates the development from current medical practice to personalised medicine. The main access point to this...

Arnold S. Relman, 1923-2014.

Arnold ("Bud") Relman, who served as editor-in-chief of the Journal from 1977 through 1991, died on June 16 from complications of advanced malignant melanoma. Before accepting the post at the New Engl...

BMC Medicine: a decade of open access medical research.

On 24 November 2003, BMC Medicine published its first article. Ten years and over 900 articles later we look back at some of the most notable milestones for the journal and discuss advances and innova...

Occupational medicine versus work medicine: etymological and semantic aspects.

Avoidable challenges of a nuclear medicine facility in a developing nation.

The role of nuclear medicine in disease management in a developing nation is as impactful as it is in other regions of the world. However, in the developing world, the practice of nuclear medicine is...

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