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Anthony Oyogoa
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Interesting topic regarding " Doctors and Depression" It is very believable that there is such an increase in suicide rates in the medical profession. Visit our website

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It’s Time to Train All Doctors on How to Talk to Patients About End-of-Life Care.
Medical professionals have now found an effective form of communication that can make a meaningful difference for ill patients and their families. Visit our website

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"Teaching Future Doctors About Addiction"

Due to the increased use of opioids, medical schools across the country, are beginning to teach students about the fight against addictions.
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#Addiction #Heroin #Painkillers

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Check out this video to learn more about Telemedicine:
Dr. Aaron Carroll. He explains healthcare policy, medical research, and any questions you may have about general health and medicine. You can also check our website:

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Who has experienced these incredible views in Ireland?!

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A trip to Patagonia remains on my bucket list. #patagonia   #chile   #argentina   #travel  

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Stumped for Father’s Day? We’ve got 50 ideas to get you started:

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Can you solve the puzzle? #puzzle   #brainteaser  

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The "Oort Star" -- Did a Rogue Star Pass Through Our Solar System?

A group of astronomers from the US, Europe, Chile and South Africa have determined that 70,000 years ago a dim star is likely to have passed through the solar system's distant cloud of comets, the Oort Cloud. No other star is known to have ever approached our solar system this close - five times closer than the current closest star, Proxima Centauri.

While the close flyby of Scholz's star likely had little impact on the Oort Cloud, "other dynamically important Oort Cloud perturbers may be lurking among nearby stars."

Currently, Scholz's star is a small, dim red dwarf in the constellation of Monoceros, about 20 light years away. However, at the closest point in its flyby of the solar system, Scholz's star would have been a 10th magnitude star - about 50 times fainter than can normally be seen with the naked eye at night.

Image credit: Michael Osadciw/University of Rochester

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