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  • Veterinarians do better work when they're awake

    Veterinarians do better work when they're awake
    There were several entertaining bloopers in recent sports headlines, and I'll get to those in a moment. But let's begin with the death of a gorilla at the Philadelphia Zoo and some unusually selective rules about children on a mountain coaster. A...
  • Dental hygienist career: Good pay, flexible hours

    Dental hygienist career: Good pay, flexible hours
    If you're looking for a good-paying job in South Florida — even working part-time — you might consider a career as a dental hygienist. "You don't have to have a bachelor's degree, and you can make $50,000 to $60,000 [annually] working four...
  • Anesthesia tech demand rises

    Anesthesia tech demand rises
    You might be surprised to learn that you can work in an operating room without going to medical school, and that many hospitals will train you for a career as support staff to doctors and nurses. A career as an anesthesia tech gets you in the operating...
  • Anesthetist: Surgery halted when Jackson showed up 'a little goofy'

    The nurse who gave Michael Jackson anesthesia during medical procedures spanning a decade testified Thursday that he pulled the plug on one because of the star's "inappropriate" behavior. David Fournier, a certified nurse anesthetist who first worked...
  • Dr. Walter E. Dandy Jr., anesthesiologist

    Dr. Walter E. Dandy Jr., anesthesiologist
    Dr. Walter E. Dandy Jr., a retired Baltimore anesthesiologist who helped establish the intensive care unit at Union Memorial Hospital and later served as its medical director, died July 11 of pneumonia at the Broadmead retirement community in...
  • LVH honors 34 at its Friends of Nursing celebration

     
    Thirty four clinicians and seven care teams recently received awards at Lehigh Valley Health Network's Friends of Nursing Celebration. The program was attended by more than 725 colleagues and community members at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. The awards are...
  • Health officials consider increasing plastic surgery center oversight

    Health officials consider increasing plastic surgery center oversight
    Maryland health officials may ask state lawmakers for permission to oversee plastic surgery centers, a move inspired in part by the death of a Lochearn woman after liposuction. The state health department had already been considering whether to ask...
  • Mother of teen who died after dental surgery advocates for dental safety

    Mother of teen who died after dental surgery advocates for dental safety
    The mother of a Howard County teenager who died after dental surgery wants to see all pediatric dental procedures that use general anesthesia take place in hospitals someday. But for now, Cathy Garger hopes to shed light on dangers surrounding routine...
  • Otoplasty a simple solution for malformed or protruding ears

    http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Children and teens with ears that are overly large or protruding are often ridiculed by their peers. Boys grow tired of having to grow long hair to cover their ears, while girls affected by the problem are reluctant to even...
  • After death, Maryland to limit where cosmetic surgeries are performed

    After death, Maryland to limit where cosmetic surgeries are performed
    Maryland is moving to toughen regulations on the fast-growing medspa industry — a move designed to narrow a "loophole" and prevent deaths such as one last year following a liposuction treatment at a Timonium facility. Regulations being discussed...
  • Robert Lee Lyles Jr. of Annapolis, former Md. Health Care Commission member

    Robert Lee Lyles Jr. of Annapolis, former Md. Health Care Commission member
    Robert Lee Lyles Jr., who had two careers in his 69 years and excelled at each, died May 27 at his home in Annapolis. A scientist, physician and state policy adviser, Dr. Lyles "was a modern renaissance man with a tremendous curiosity," said Gene Ransom,...