Tag: Medicine

Medical Cannabis & its Impact on Human Health – Documentary – Marijuana as Medicine

Medical Cannabis & its Impact on Human Health – Documentary – Marijuana as Medicine

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments December 8, 2019

Medical cannabis and its impact on human health it’s truly amazing the number of conditions that respond favorably to cannabis we’re looking at an unacceptable medicine that has no comparison it would appear that cannabis and hemp are one of the first plants that have been grown in agriculture we came out of being hunters […]

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

Over the last 20 years from 1995 to 2015, R&D spending by pharmaceutical companies has averaged about sixty billion dollars a year and has increased about three hundred percent over that time. In spite of that unfortunately the number of new drugs that have been put onto the market every year has not changed very […]

Rebecca Lee, MD – North Shore Physicians Group – Danvers, MA

Rebecca Lee, MD – North Shore Physicians Group – Danvers, MA

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

My name is Rebecca Lee. I work for North Shore Physicians Group in the North Street, Danvers location. I went to Dartmouth College undergraduate, University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed my residency at Leahy Clinic where I did an additional year as chief resident. I became a doctor because of the mix of really […]

Pharmacy Technology at CRC

Pharmacy Technology at CRC

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

For students who are interested in entering our Pharmacy Technology Program, students will learn how to do calculations in terms of dosages for the patients, the amounts of dosages they need to dispense based on the doctor’s prescription, and more importantly is that they have to learn the calculations that enables them to do dilutions […]

Physician Associate Studies | Life as an Physician Associate student at UEA | Veronika

Physician Associate Studies | Life as an Physician Associate student at UEA | Veronika

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 7, 2019

Hi I’m Veronika and I’m a second-year Physician Associate student at UEA. So the Physician Associate career isn’t that well-established here in the UK, but it is in other countries, such as the U.S. And I have a few relatives who live there and they work there as doctors. And they do work alongside Physician […]

Ritter Pharmaceuticals: RP-G28 and Lactose Intolerance

Ritter Pharmaceuticals: RP-G28 and Lactose Intolerance

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

Welcome to the program. I’m your host Neal Howard here on Health Professional Radio. Glad that you could join us today for a conversation with Mr. Andrew Ritter. He’s Co-Founder and President of Ritter Pharmaceuticals. He’s joining us on the program to talk about the company, Ritter Pharmaceuticals, give us a little bit of history […]

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

So, my name is Anna Brown and I’m a medical student at Duke but working here at the NIH for the year and we’re in the molecular imaging clinic. Which is a clinic that focuses on different types of cancer and developing new imaging agents to look at the cancer. This year I’m focusing on […]

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Dr Nicole Kellow joins our “Food as Medicine” suite of courses on FutureLearn.

Dr Nicole Kellow joins our “Food as Medicine” suite of courses on FutureLearn.

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 7, 2019

NICOLE KELLOW: My name is Nicole Kellow, and I’m a Senior Researcher in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food at Monash University. And I’m really proud to be part of the “Food as Medicine” suite of courses that Monash University is currently running. I’m passionate about gut health, and also about advanced glycation end […]

Minds of Medicine: Solving Heart Valve Problems without Surgery – TAVR

Minds of Medicine: Solving Heart Valve Problems without Surgery – TAVR

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments December 7, 2019

Imagine having a heart attack and a stroke and being told there was nothing more doctors could do. In my case, 10 years ago, I would be having to prepare for death. That was — would be the only viable option for me. Now imagine you’re a young man. You’re faced with the prospect of […]