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Necessity remains the mother of invention. “Patients are a spectrum. Healthcare should be too,” that’s our mantra says Phil Williams, one of three principals in the development of an app … more
Health professionals in England are to be told to ask patients aged 16 or over about their sexual orientation, under new National Health Service guidelines. NHS England said no-one would be forced … more
By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Do you get criticized by others for thinking and acting “outside the box?” I wouldn’t be surprised. I certainly do. And, like attracts like! I … more
By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Have you notice how many requests you’re getting for donations or financial aid via email and letters to your home? Two major hurricanes, wild fires, worldwide … more
By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Do you find the complainers in your life a total drag? Do some people seem to suck the very life out of you? Psychic vampires. That’s what they’re called. This … more
During September, Hunger Action Month - a nationwide initiative to raise awareness and take action to help end hunger - the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank (CPFB) is partnering with Presenting Sponsor … more
By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Are we destroying history? Monuments and statues symbolizing the Confederacy are being removed from public view in the United States at an increasing rate. Doesn’t … more
Penn State College of Medicine graduate program alumni Varun Prabhu and Olivier Noel were recently featured by the Philadelphia Business Journal in a story titled "Millennials to Watch in Life Sciences." more
Two playwrights - Margaret Hopkins, MS research assistant, and Martha Peaslee Levine, MD - will present their one-act play, "Cutting to the Truth," performed by Penn State College of Medicine employees at noon Friday, Sept. 8, in Room C2860 of the … more
Dr. Mack Ruffin, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine, was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award for his work in research. more
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