Read article – Bruce Stanton, the Andrew C. Vail Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, will present at the next MDI Science Café in Bar Harbor, Maine, on the topic “Is There Arsenic in Your Drinking Water?”
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Read article – Quotes Brian Sites, professor of anesthesiology and orthopaedics, in an article that features an interview with David Sackler, a member of the family that owns and founded Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin.
Read article – Features comments from William Feero, assistant professor of community and family medicine, about how medical DNA tests work and the different ways they can be useful for understanding our health. “Diagnostic genetic tests look for specific changes in the DNA, in specific genes that are relatively well-proven to cause those genes not to work properly, and for the person to develop disease,” says Feero. “They are highly reliable and very accurate.” (Picked up by Business Insider Singapore.)
Read article – Brian Thomas, MED ’09, a board-certified otolaryngologist who specializes in head and neck surgery, recently joined the medical staff at Bingham Memorial Hospital (BMH), a member of Bingham Healthcare.
Read article – Cites a study conducted by researchers at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice that found that for accountable care organizations, transitioning some patient care back into the home is proving to reduce costs and improve care quality.
Read article – Briefly cites a study conducted by researchers at the Geisel School of Medicine that found that for every adult who uses vaping to quit cigarette smoking, 80 young people will take up the deadly habit after starting vaping products.
Read article – Cites comments by Joseph Anderson, associate professor of medicine, from the American Gastroenterological Association’s symposium on physician burnout. Anderson and a physician from the Cleveland Clinic stated that gastroenterologists are more prone to burnout than other physicians.
Read article – Quotes the testimony of Robert Drake, the Andrew Thomson, Jr., 1946 Professor, professor of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and of community and family medicine, in an article about how the U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge in a recent hearing that Mississippi provides too few mental health services in the community and confines too many people in state mental hospitals. Drake served as an expert witness for the federal government and testified that a review found 154 current and former state hospital patients didn’t appear to receive community services, even though state documents called for such services.
Read article – Quotes Arti Gaur, assistant professor of neurology, and Glenn Micalizio, the New Hampshire Professor of Chemistry, in an article about how they and fellow researchers at Dartmouth have developed a new strategy for drug discovery and development that can be used to produce targeted therapies against diseases such as cancer and neurodegeneration.
Read article – Quotes the testimony of Robert Drake, the Andrew Thomson, Jr., 1946 Professor, professor of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and of community and family medicine, in an article about how the U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge in a recent hearing that Mississippi provides too few mental health services in the community and confines too many people in state mental hospitals. Drake testified about his experience modifying mental healthcare in New Hampshire and Vermont in the early 2000s.