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How physicians are using machine learning to predict COVID-19 mortality
Advancements in artificial intelligence, automation, and machine learning are changing the landscape of healthcare as we know it. That means bridging the gap between technological…
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Liver disease action plan aims to improve screening, diagnosis, treatment
“Silent” conditions like nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) commonly affect those with type 2 diabetes and obesity, causing a rising…
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How MSU’s Center for Global Neuropsychiatry Research is fighting Konzo
The Center for Global Neuropsychiatry Research, led by College of Osteopathic Medicine professor Michael J. Boivin, was recently approved to become a research center at the…
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Inspired to bring health care to the homeless
Dr. Richard Bryce, Detroit Street Care faculty advisor, discusses the need and inspiration to bring health care to individuals experiencing homelessness.
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Osteopathic Journal Club connects research, clinical work, patient care
Last year, Travis Gordon, D.O., created a new way for SpartanDO students to engage in research and clinical practice earlier in their careers. As the world turned to video…
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Research aims to relieve chronic musculoskeletal pain, decrease opioid use, decrease cost
“Osteopaths should really be the front line for musculoskeletal pain—such as joints and low back—especially in young people. If I can keep one person off narcotics, maybe I can…
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