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The drug, Disulfiram, used historically to mediate chronic alcohol abuse, may be the new solution to resisting cancer. https://hubs.ly/H09r9ng0
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United Healthcare is buying a roster of over 30,000 physicians to add to its extensive provider network.
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Check out these fascinating medical breakthroughs that may change the way providers do their jobs.
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Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate! We hope that the next 8 days are full of joy and cheer. #happyhanukkah
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Luckily, in today’s day and age, technology can simplify some of the tedious work in our lives. Check out this list of awesome mobile applications for healthcare providers! https://hubs.ly/H09qJzN0
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National Influenza Vaccination Week is coming to an end. Did you get your flu shot?
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Today is the last day of Chron’s and Colitis Week. Take this Colitis IQ test to see how much you know about Colitis. Share your score below! #Chronsandcolitisweek
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Good news for GI providers and patients! Advancements in infrared technology
could limit the need for colonoscopies in the future. Blood tests may be the
future of Chron’s and Colitis testing. Unfortunately, colonoscopies will not be
replaced any time in the near future, but perhaps they can be used less
frequently—a healthcare shift that no provider or patient will protest.
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Combat the uncertainty of student loans with our in-depth guide to loan-repayment funding. Learn more about the future of student debt and repayment here. https://hubs.ly/H09nKNB0
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Gastroenterologists are not the only ones who can prevent IBD. New mice
studies demonstrate that antibiotic exposure during pregnancy can increase the
risk of IBD in offspring. OB-GYNs and Family Practice providers can spread
awareness and prevent more cases from arising as well. #myIBD
#chronsandcolitisweek https://hubs.ly/H09lnX50 offspring-of- mothers-exposed- to-antibiotics- mouse-study- shows/
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