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Baltimore Sun

Dr. Emile R. Mohler III, professor of medicine, dies
Baltimore Sun
Dr. Emile R. Mohler III, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania whose specialty was cardiology and vascular medicine, died Friday from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at his home in Newtown, Pa.



CNBC

Judge invalidates Allergan patents on dry-eye medicine Restasis
CNBC
A Texas judge invalidated Allergan patents on its dry eye medicine Restasis on the grounds that the patents cover obvious ideas. Allergan could now face generic competitors for the medicine, which accounted for more than 10 percent of the company's ...

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University of Michigan Health System News (press release)

Two U-Michigan faculty elected to prestigious National Academy of Medicine
University of Michigan Health System News (press release)
ANN ARBOR — Two University of Michigan researchers who have devoted their careers to improving health care, especially for people with chronic disease and eye disease, are among the new members of the National Academy of Medicine of the National ...
UPMC's Donald Yealy elected to National Academy of MedicineTribune-Review
Texas A&M's Carrie Byington elected to National Academy of MedicineBryan-College Station Eagle
Davidson elected to National Academy of MedicineUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
The Hub at Johns Hopkins -Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis -Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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CBS News

Health savings accounts: Good retirement medicine
CBS News
A common error in retirement planning is underestimating the often considerable costs of health care that older people require. Fidelity estimated that a couple retiring in 2017 will need at least $275,000 to cover their medical needs -- and that doesn ...

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The Gleaner

Concierge care: Local pediatrician offers cutting edge approach to medicine
The Gleaner
"So I've branched off from the traditional way of practicing medicine -- get them in, get them out -- because I was finding that I wasn't being a very effective physician. I was seeing patients at Wal-Mart or out at the Riverwalk that I hadn't seen in ...



Bloomberg

Drug Companies Fear Brexit Will Hit Medicine Trade - Bloomberg
Bloomberg
Time is running short for a Brexit agreement that will allow the free movement of medicines through the U.K. and the rest of the European Union.

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MIT News

Arup Chakraborty elected to National Academy of Medicine
MIT News
As of this year's elections, there are only 21 individuals in the United States who have achieved the trifeca of being members of the National Academy of Medicine, the National Academy of Sciences, and the National Academy of Engineering. Chakraborty ...



GQ Magazine

The Only Gym You Need Is a Medicine Ball
GQ Magazine
Although his most frequently-documented workouts involve him lifting the equivalent of a small- to medium-sized family in free weights, the man has also demonstrated a fondness for medicine balls, incorporating a series of hops, tosses, and even a ...

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Yale News

John Curtis retires after nineteen years with Yale Medicine magazine
Yale News
After 19 years, John Curtis is retiring from Yale Medicine magazine, where he started as staff writer before becoming editor of the magazine. He leaves behind an enduring legacy of journalistic excellence with the award-winning publication he helped shape.

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Remembering Medicine's Mission: Caring for the Sick
MedPage Today
Health insurance, covering both inpatient and outpatient medicine, took off in the U.S. after World War II: it was generally funded by employers, as it was deductible, and tax-free to employees. Most people were healthy most of the time, most illnesses ...

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