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Medical Specialization (INACTIVE)

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  • Hybrid Wolf-Dogs Menacing North Stonington-Ledyard Area

    State environmental conservation police have been alerted to the possible presence of one or more hybrid wolf-dogs in the Long Pond area in North Stonington and Ledyard that have recently attacked at least two horses, bitten a bicyclist and threatened a...
  • Does no-cost contraception promote promiscuity? No, says study

    New research has found that women are on average no more likely to have multiple sexual partners in a single month after they are provided no-cost access to birth control methods than they were before. And while women reported a slight uptick in their...
  • Harold Ramis' death puts vasculitis in the spotlight

    Harold Ramis' death puts vasculitis in the spotlight
    Thanks to the well-publicized death of actor/director Harold Ramis, the disease he suffered from — vasculitis — is getting more attention, which can help patients and doctors understand this elusive autoimmune disease. "His death was a...
  • Speaking up for Israel

    The Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, in partnership with Jerusalem U, hosted the third and last of its series, "Step up for Israel Education and Advocacy" on March 19 and 20 at both Jewish Community Centers...
  • TheaterWorks' 'The Other Place' Intense, Emotional

    TheaterWorks' 'The Other Place' Intense, Emotional
    The show: "The Other Place" at Hartford's TheaterWorks What makes it special?: Hartford production of recent Broadway play by Sharr White. First impressions: How do you talk about "The Other Place" without giving the revelations away? It's a challenge...
  • Lawmaker seeks to revamp Florida's medical malpractice system

    Lawmaker seeks to revamp Florida's medical malpractice system
    Within days of the Florida Supreme Court eradicating medical-malpractice damage limits, a Central Florida Republican laid out his vision for turning the entire system on its ear. Trial costs would be eliminated, and so would accusations of negligence or...
  • New strategy would drop college textbook costs to zero

    New strategy would drop college textbook costs to zero
    Holding a whiteboard, the University of Maryland, College Park students scrawled their complaints and posed for a picture. "My name is Justin and I spent $114 on ONE textbook," a student wrote. "My name is Jeff and I spent $736 on textbooks," wrote...
  • Caudalie makes Venice its first West Coast boutique

    Caudalie makes Venice its first West Coast boutique
    In youth-obsessed Hollywood, the idea of aging, even if it's like fine wine, may seem hard to swallow. But there may be something to that analogy. Since the virtues of red wine have been extolled for years — the antioxidants are said to prevent...
  • FDA wins high-profile support in consumer genetics kerfuffle

    When the Food & Drug Administration last November ordered the Mountain View, Calif.-based firm 23andMe to stop marketing its health-related genetic test kit to consumers, the ensuing debate took on a "rage against the machine" tenor. Entrepreneurs,...
  • Medical students meet their match

    Medical students meet their match
    Keith King was kicked out at age 18 from the religious commune in Pennsylvania where he grew up. He had $150 and no place to go after he defied the elders, telling them he wanted to leave and pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. Nearly a decade later,...
  • UMBC study among efforts to increase awareness of mental illness

    UMBC study among efforts to increase awareness of mental illness
    This spring, a group of college students will go about their usual campus routines, but with a voice only they can hear calling them names and making other distracting, disturbing sounds. In their case, the voice will come from a recording playing...