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Medical Specialization (INACTIVE)

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  • AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics

    AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics
    The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents to stop taking kids to retail-based health clinics, located in grocery stores and pharmacies, sometimes a cost-effective, quick choice for busy moms and dads trying to deal with kids' common ailments,...
  • A Beautiful Plan

    A Beautiful Plan
    “You look beautiful!” Certainly, that’s one of the most common utterances of wedding guests. So common, in fact, it seems as if beauty comes naturally to every bride. Love’s glow may be a force of nature, but experts stress...
  • The Beauty Plan: Follow this treatment timeline in the lead up to your wedding day

    The Beauty Plan: Follow this treatment timeline in the lead up to your wedding day
    Your big-day hair and makeup are important, of course, but don’t forget about the other beauty services available in the months, weeks and days leading up to the main event. 3 to 6 Months Before the Wedding Plagued by pimples? Talk to your...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dinner With The Doc Focuses On Diabetes Complications

    A special Dinner with the Doc focusing on the complications of diabetes will be held Tuesday, April 22, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Arbor Rose at Jerome Home. The guest speaker will be Dr. Anthony Babigian, who is board certified by the American Board of...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Breast And Ovarian Cancer Prevention, Jewish Federation Holds Forum

    Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford will present "What's In Your Genes? BRCA?", a women's health forum, on April 29, at 7 p.m. at Beth El Temple in West Hartford. The event is free and open to the community. An expert panel will discuss new strategies...
  • Oscar Pistorius trial: Runner 'loved weapons,' former friend testifies

    Oscar Pistorius trial: Runner 'loved weapons,' former friend testifies
    PRETORIA, South Africa -- In court testimony during the athlete's murder trial Tuesday, a friend of South African Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius offered a portrait of a young man who “loved weapons” and shouted angrily at a policeman who...
  • Being Alive: A musical journey through a doctor's eyes

     
    Dr. Rick Boulay is something of a Renaissance man. As a gynecologic oncologist, specializing in the care of women with pelvic malignancies at Lehigh Valley Health Network, Boulay must constantly switch gears between being a friend and a physician. He must...
  • Teen's hair loss likely a result of genetics, but treatment options are available

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My son, 19, has been losing his hair for about a year. He's been using a hair growth foam for about 6 months without much difference. He is healthy otherwise and exercises daily. He's a baseball player and wears a cap often, but this...
  • Oscar Pistorius retches as his murder trial hears autopsy evidence

    PRETORIA, South Africa -- Oscar Pistorius bent over in his seat and retched violently at his murder trial Monday as a pathologist graphically detailed the wounds that killed the double-amputee Olympic runner’s girlfriend. It was by all appearances...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Take sunscreen along on spring break

    Spring break season has begun and young people, as well as families will be heading to the mountains for a final few days of skiing or the beach for some longed-for warm weather. Either destination requires sun protection, especially for the face. I've...
  • Dr. Robert W. Gibson, head of Sheppard Pratt

    Dr. Robert W. Gibson, head of Sheppard Pratt
    Dr. Robert W. Gibson, a seminal figure for more than three decades at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital where he oversaw the desegregation of its facilities, ended its bankruptcy and extended it into the community, died March 8 of heart failure at his...