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Year: 1984 Setting: Ouesso, Congo Position: Timber consortium medical expert We landed in Brazzaville and took a private jet to Pointe Noire where we spent …

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Big news this week for pregnant women, moms, babies and kids who receive food vouchers from the federal Women, Infants and Children program. For years, …

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A researcher at the University of Sydney is sounding the alarm on the increasingly common use of so-called "smart drugs" among college students. Cognitive-enhancing drugs …

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Year: 1984 Setting: Lome, Togo Position: Private practitioner at the branch of the St. Francis Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria In the consultation room on Ikoyi …

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Via the New York Times, here's a story that gadget-lovers and medical professionals alike can appreciate: With the help of a tiny camera and an …

I recall three years ago, at the International AIDS Conference in Toronto, hearing virologist Francoise Barre-Sinoussi of the Institut Pasteur in Paris question whether development …

Wireless technology is increasingly becoming a popular solution to streamline health-care practices, but one company is taking the integration of wireless services a step further. …

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Year: 1985 Setting: Bottom of the pyramid of Keops, Egypt Position: Emergency medicine physician for a French multinational company The flight from Paris was uneventful …

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