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You should wear two masks to avoid COVID-19
According to Gulick, professor of medicine at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, using a well-fitting cloth mask over a surgical or disposable mask can…
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“Osteopathic profession booming,” says MSU dean “Diverse experiences empower our entire curriculum"
“The osteopathic profession is really booming right now,” Amalfitano tells Beekman. “It's the fastest growing of the health professions. One in five graduates of a medical school…
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Infectious disease expert praises vaccination rate
With the number of people vaccinated against coronavirus growing daily, people in Michigan are starting to wonder about life after getting their shots. WKAR’s Scott Pohl talks with…
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Is it safe to take ibuprofen and acetaminophen together? Doctors explain
Whether you’re dealing with an injury, illness, or chronic condition, chances are you’ve reached for a bottle of Advil or Tylenol at some point. Both drugs are extremely helpful…
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MSU, U-M study examining links between prenatal stress and emotional development in children
MSU CAMPUS — A team of researchers at Michigan State and the University of Michigan is working to track how pregnancy stress can impact children before they’re born.
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The 3 stages of HIV and how it can develop into AIDS - and what to know about testing and treatment
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) presents in three stages. It starts with flu-like symptoms and can progress to severely damage your immune system if left untreated.
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