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Former Louisville Health Director Dr. Adewal Troutman dies at 76 | News

Louisville, Kentucky (WDRB) – A former medical chief in Louisville has died. Dr. Adewale Troutman passed away on Thursday at the age of 76. Trotman has focused his career on health equity and community activism. Troutman served as director of the Health and Wellness Department of the Louisville Metro from 2004 to 2010. During his …

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“Dear Jack, Dear Louise” at Northlight Theatre

While one can scroll through countless photos of potential romantic partners online, the concept of falling in love with someone you haven’t seen before feels like something out of reality TV. Rewind to 1942, and the story of pen-pals-turned-lovers in “Dear Jack, Dear Louise” feels incredibly sweet and whimsical—but it’s true. Now playing at the …

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Why it’s hard to sleep when it’s hot outside – and 3 tips for a better night’s rest

As temperatures continue to rise, Standard heightsShe may be tossing and spinning more than usual. Some people are more sensitive than others to temperature changes that can disrupt sleep. Light, pressure, and temperature can affect our circadian rhythm, the body’s natural clock that signals when it’s time to rest and wake up. Basal body temperature, …

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The Carroll County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to approve a $52,000 annual stand-alone contract with Johns Hopkins, which will hire the position.

Md. County Commissioners OK $52K for the new Fire Department/EMS Medical Director

Sherry Greenfield Carroll County Times Westminster, Maryland – The Carroll County government is forming a relationship with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to recruit a medical director who will oversee operations for the county’s new Fire and Emergency Medical Services. The Carroll County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to approve a $52,000 annual stand-alone …

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The family of civil rights leader Mays tours the Supreme Committee Museum

Dozens of members of the Benjamin E. Mays family tree gather at the Mays Preservation Site on July 8, 2022 in Greenwood, South Carolina. (Damien Dominguez/The Index Journal via The Associated Press) Damien Dominguez AP Greenwood, South Carolina Chris Thomas adjusts a stack of magazines on a table in front of the museum. Louis Sartain …

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Increased anesthesiologist coverage responsibilities associated with increased surgical patient mortality and significant morbidity

1. This retrospective cohort study with 866,453 adults showed that with an increase in overlapping anesthesiologist responsibilities, the 30-day risk of morbidity and mortality increased for surgical patients. 2. Future studies should evaluate the consequences of an anesthesiologist covering multiple operating rooms under the direct care of resident anesthesiologists. Directory rating level: 2 (good) Study …

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‘We are in very scary times’: what we heard this week

“We are in very scary times.” — Michele Elovitz, MD, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist in Pennsylvania, discusses the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ decision to make Virtual Board Certification Exam This year due to safety concerns after the coup Raw vs. Wade. “I thought it was an extreme act of bravery and courage and …

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Artificial intelligence in personalized medicine, advances in genomic sequencing, human brain organogenesis, building trust with patients, guiding patient decisions using mass spectrometry, and much more to be explored at the 2022 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Exposition

ChicagoAnd the 24 July 2022 /PRNewswire/ — At the 2022 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Expo, laboratory medicine experts will present the latest research and technology that is revolutionizing clinical testing and patient care. From July 24-28 in ChicagoOver 250 meeting sessions will provide insights on a wide range of healthcare topics in …

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Ankle Injuries: A Q&A with Scripps Orthopedic Surgeon Jacob Bronstein

As more people return to their active lifestyles, especially as public health restrictions related to the pandemic recede, the risks of foot and ankle injuries increase. In a Q&A, Scripps orthopedic surgeon Jacob Bronstein, who lives in Encinitas, discusses his first year with Scripps, ankle surgeries, and other aspects of being an orthopedic surgeon. This …

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4 signs you need to eat more protein, from weak hair to hunger

Protein is necessary to keep the body functioning optimally. If you are not consuming enough, you may lose muscle, and struggle to recover from workouts. Dietitian Nicola Ludlam-Rain told Insider that weak hair, nails, and skin can also be a sign. loading Something is uploading. Protein is an essential nutrient that is essential for maintaining …

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