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Donna Brooks Through Donna Brooks' hands, a polio victim in an iron lung had a taste of Thanksgiving dinner. She cared for her ob-gyn patients from the intimacies of birth to death. Through her hands, she created methods of care for women with
Zenzile Brooks has joined The Glosten Associates in the role of Assistant Marketing Director. She will work closely with management and engineering staff to develop proposal and presentation content, and will strengthen and expand the firm's
Tell us Dr. Clarence Brooks had prostate cancer for the last three years of his life, but that didn't stop him from seeing patients. He went to his office until eight days before his death, his wife, Sonya Brooks, said Tuesday. Dr. Brooks died
Thom Brooks of Durham University criticised the inclusion of "trivial" facts such as the age of Big Ben and the date on which the country's first curry house was established. Most people in the UK would struggle with such questions, he added. But the
May 31, 2013 Dr. Dean Brooks, the superintendent of the Oregon psychiatric hospital where the Oscar-winning picture One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest was shot and who had a small, well-received on-screen role as the fictional hospital's superintendent
February 27, 2013 Dr. Brooks' column shines a bright light on the misconception that some subspecialists have about the core of primary medical care and family medicine. As a former nurse practitioner and current family physician, I'd like to point
Texas (AP) Dr. Marion Brooks ' care for the African-American community reached far beyond its medical needs. The trailblazing physician's clinic on Evans Avenue was not only the first and only option for residents in the black community; it also was
At dinner the other night, I sat next to Dr. Rebecca Brooks, who is gynecologic surgeon and assistant professor at the University of California San Francisco ...So one of the questions I had for her was how she tells people they are going to die. Dr.
Robotics designers seek to have their machines emulate human gestures and positions. The sensation that Baxter conveys is not creepy, but benign, perhaps even disarmingly friendly...Baxter, the first product of Rethink Robotics , an ambitious start-
swallowing a heaping spoon of cinnamon just for laughs and then posting the video on the internet. It's been happening for a few years, but just in the last week, a teenager nearly died from the so-called challenge.