Why do students at US colleges and universities have less access to online PhD programs than other students?

Posted November 02, 2018 09:53:31 Some students at the University of California, Berkeley, and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been told that their college’s online PhD program has been suspended. The decision, made in January 2018, came after the university received complaints about the academic content and “disturbing” behavior of students.The students were told […]

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How did black plague affect doctors?

A black plague pandemic that struck the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe last year has left doctors scratching their heads.How did the infection spread?What are the symptoms?The BBC’s health editor, Dr Tom Walker, explains how the pandemic affected doctors.What is the history of black plague?Black plague is a highly contagious and lethal infection, […]

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How to buy a new pair of socks

Here’s what you need to know about buying a pair of new socks.article A new pair or two of socks may be the next thing on the list, but a good pair of shoes can also make the difference.Here’s how to get the best bang for your buck when you decide on a pair.How to […]

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Why science matters

It’s not always easy to tell how the best science will make it to the next level.The science in the field is often a bit of a grey area.But if you’re looking for the science that is most effective in advancing our understanding of the universe, and most importantly, making life more enjoyable, you might […]

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How to treat PTSD with drugs

How to Treat PTSD With Drugs: The Basics (And What You Should Know Before Taking Them)A quick summary of some of the basic medications that can help with PTSD symptoms.1.Theophylline-A.A.F.M. (Amphetamine Fentanyl/Anamolin)A prescription pain reliever that is widely used for treating severe chronic pain.Its also known as a benzodiazepine.1 mgAmphetamines are highly addictive, and can […]

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When does an MRI really help?

A new study published in the British Medical Journal suggests that MRI scanners, used to scan patients in hospitals and in the workplace, do not help diagnose diseases or help predict who will develop them.The study, published in July, looked at more than 1,000 MRI scans of more than 11,000 people and found that most […]

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New ‘America’s frontline doctors’ group to launch nationwide campaign to raise awareness of opioid crisis

Breitbart News is proud to announce that the nation’s frontline medical professionals are set to launch a nationwide campaign on Tuesday to raise public awareness of the opioid crisis.The group, called America’s frontline physicians, is an initiative of the National Physicians Alliance and the American Medical Association.The initiative is to coincide with the national day […]

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‘Black doctors’ consortium: Black doctors’ signature online prescription data is ‘not going anywhere’

Posted November 03, 2019 17:31:49 A new initiative by the Black Doctors Association is seeking to provide online doctor signature data to the medical profession, following criticism that the data is not available.The “Black Doctors” coalition, led by Dr Johnnie Smith, an obstetrician-gynecologist, and Dr Johnathon Johnson, a psychiatrist and co-founder of the Australian Medical […]

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