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Robotics in Prosthetics and 3D Printing: E-Nable


The problem with technology is that especially when it first becomes available, many of those that would benefit from it cannot afford it. So while there are many growing options becoming available for amputees, those that don’t have access to funds are unable to benefit from them. 292 more words


Day 142-145

August 29-Sept 1, 2014

Michaela continues to grow stronger and improve in many ways.  Since her surgery she has been significantly more comfortable and less agitated.   217 more words


Hospital Jobs in Iowa Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare

Hospital Jobs in Iowa
Join nearly 3,000 associates and physicians in carrying out Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare’s powerful Mission and creating the best possible experience for our patients and families. 29 more words

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Oklahoma doctor making a run around ObamaCare

Dr. Keith Smith, director of the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, a year before Obamacare posted all the prices for his center’s surgeries online. Today, he’s in expansion mode, looking to build two more operating rooms. 129 more words

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EBOLA: Chukwu to meet state Health Commissioners as Virus Spreads

Following the spread of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease from Lagos State to Oil rich city, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, the  Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu, has scheduled an emergency meeting with all health commissioners in Nigeria, Monday. 133 more words


A Benefit of Legal Marijuana by NICHOLAS BAKALAR


A new study has found evidence that legal access to marijuana is associated with fewer opioid overdose deaths, but researchers said their findings should not be used as the basis for the wide adoption of legalized cannabis. 12 more words


Of Little Help to Older Knees by NEW YORK TIMES


Middle-aged and older patients are unlikely to benefit in the long term from surgery to repair tears in the meniscus, pads of cartilage in the knee, a new review of studies has found. 12 more words