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N.H. (AP) A fundraiser in New Hampshire will take place to benefit Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeffrey Bauman, whose vivid description of one of the bombing suspects helped police crack the case. The fundraiser is set for Saturday from noon to 5 p.
May 11, 2013 A 27-year-old woman is evaluated during the fourth week of an uneventful pregnancy. She has a 3-year history of primary hypothyroidism due to Hashimoto thyroiditis that is treated with levothyroxine, 125 µg/d...On physical examination,
N.H. (AP) College commencement season is getting under way in New Hampshire. Rivier University in Nashua is celebrating its first commencement ceremony since becoming a university on Saturday. The ceremony, being held in Lowell, Mass., will highlight
He grew up on a farm rising before dawn, milking cows and working long days in the fields with hay or corn. He was never seriously ill as a child and was a good football halfback in high school...He had been through heart and lung tests and even a
A few years into the Meaningful Use program, it seems this quote from a 2008 Congressional Budget Office report entitled Evidence on the Costs and Benefits of Health Information Technology may have been written with the assistance of a crystal ball.
May 10, 2013 Interview season is winding down and budding physicians everywhere are clutching tightly to their hard-fought medical school acceptance letters. I thought now would be an opportune time to reflect on what I wish I had known before
Giving feedback and asking for it is vital to progressing medicine May 10, 2013 Giving and receiving feedback is really hard. When I left training and joined the faculty at a major medical school last year I found many things about my new position
N.H. (AP) An FBI agent says a New Hampshire man who has been on the run since he was convicted in 1991 of murdering his 2-year-old stepson is in Greece, where he was retried and convicted. Steven Kamberidis was convicted in New Hampshire of second-
The strange thing is, that despite my medical training (I may have bunked off a few of the relevant lectures in medical school), I didn't recognize the symptoms. I had lost my appetite and had lost weight. I wasn't sleeping and was irritable, angry
Her incredulousness was less about the how, and more about the where...When you consider that the overwhelming majority of practitioners will ultimately be practicing almost exclusively in the outpatient environment, and that cost-conscious