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  1. Cultural Competence & Medical Education: The teaching of associations that negatively impact patients
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Cultural Competence & Medical Education: The teaching of associations that negatively impact patients
  2. The role of programming in combating Racial Bias
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on The role of programming in combating Racial Bias
  3. The rash on your skin looks different on mine
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on The rash on your skin looks different on mine
  4. Revisiting hypertension in black Americans: The role of implicit bias in perpetuating adverse health outcomes
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Revisiting hypertension in black Americans: The role of implicit bias in perpetuating adverse health outcomes
  5. Everyone deserves healthy staples
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Everyone deserves healthy staples
  6. Racial disparities in pediatric humeral condyle fractures in the emergency department
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Racial disparities in pediatric humeral condyle fractures in the emergency department
  7. Multidisciplinary initiatives to tackle racial bias: Reflections from Uc San Diego, School of Medicine
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Multidisciplinary initiatives to tackle racial bias: Reflections from Uc San Diego, School of Medicine
  8. How a formalized, medical student-led mentorship program aims to encourage underrepresented minority undergraduate students to pursue medicine
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on How a formalized, medical student-led mentorship program aims to encourage underrepresented minority undergraduate students to pursue medicine
  9. An e-mail conversation between a medical student and an ethics lawyer
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on An e-mail conversation between a medical student and an ethics lawyer
  10. Axiology and racial bias in medicine: A discussion of utilitarianism and moral desert
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Axiology and racial bias in medicine: A discussion of utilitarianism and moral desert
  11. Twenty-Four Times
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Twenty-Four Times
  12. Racial bias in the context of medical education
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on Racial bias in the context of medical education
  13. The importance of cultural competency in achieving clinical excellence in Medicine
    2Feb18 • Comments Off on The importance of cultural competency in achieving clinical excellence in Medicine
  14. Call for Submissions: JSNMA Spring 2018 – “Filling the Gaps with Socially Conscious Physicians”
    31Jan18 • Comments Off on Call for Submissions: JSNMA Spring 2018 – “Filling the Gaps with Socially Conscious Physicians”
  15. Fall 2017 JSNMA Issue: Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine Highlights
    24Jan18 • Comments Off on Fall 2017 JSNMA Issue: Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine Highlights
  16. Fall 2017 Issue of the JSNMA, Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine
    23Jan18 • Comments Off on Fall 2017 Issue of the JSNMA, Addressing Racial Bias in Medicine
  17. Your Story Matters: Dr. David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. FAAFP, FACPM, FACP
    28Nov16 • Comments Off on Your Story Matters: Dr. David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. FAAFP, FACPM, FACP
  18. Your Story Matters: Dr. Kyron Tamar, MD, FACS
    21Nov16 • 1 comment
  19. Your Story Matters: Dr. John Ogunlade, DO
    14Nov16 • 1 comment
  20. Your Story Matters: Dr. David Malebranche, MD, MPH
    6Nov16 • 1 comment
  21. Streptococcus Pneumoniae Sepsis in children with sickle cell disease in the Prevnar era
    25Mar16 • Comments Off on Streptococcus Pneumoniae Sepsis in children with sickle cell disease in the Prevnar era
  22. Your Story Matters: Medical Students & Research
    11Jan16 • Comments Off on Your Story Matters: Medical Students & Research
  23. Your Story Matters
    6Jan16 • Comments Off on Your Story Matters
  24. #LeadwithSNMA
    23Nov15 • Comments Off on #LeadwithSNMA
  25. #LeadwithSNMA
    22Nov15 • Comments Off on #LeadwithSNMA
  26. #LeadwithSNMA
    18Nov15 • Comments Off on #LeadwithSNMA
  27. #Lead with SNMA
    17Nov15 • Comments Off on #Lead with SNMA
  28. #Lead with SNMA
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  29. Lead With SNMA
    16Nov15 • Comments Off on Lead With SNMA
  30. MAPS Minutes Spring 2015 Edition has been published!!!
    2Apr15 • Comments Off on MAPS Minutes Spring 2015 Edition has been published!!!
  31. Obama takes stock of health-care law — and presidency
    27Mar15 • Comments Off on Obama takes stock of health-care law — and presidency
  32. Company Thinks It Has Answer for Lower Health Costs: Customer Service
    27Mar15 • Comments Off on Company Thinks It Has Answer for Lower Health Costs: Customer Service
  33. How much will health care cost in retirement?
    14Mar15 • Comments Off on How much will health care cost in retirement?
  34. Health Officials Say Listeriosis Not The Cause Of Deaths Linked To Contaminated Ice Cream
    14Mar15 • Comments Off on Health Officials Say Listeriosis Not The Cause Of Deaths Linked To Contaminated Ice Cream
  35. Four Health-Care Workers Being Flown to U.S. After Ebola Exposure
    14Mar15 • Comments Off on Four Health-Care Workers Being Flown to U.S. After Ebola Exposure
  36. Upcoming Issue of the JSNMA–Call for Submissions!
    23Feb15 • Comments Off on Upcoming Issue of the JSNMA–Call for Submissions!
  37. Integrative medicine a welcome new trend
    21Feb15 • Comments Off on Integrative medicine a welcome new trend
  38. Amazed by Grace: Laughter best medicine
    21Feb15 • Comments Off on Amazed by Grace: Laughter best medicine
  39. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Darryl Cannady , MD Candidate at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
    12Feb15 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Darryl Cannady , MD Candidate at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
  40. Match Not to Blame for Low Resident Salaries
    2Feb15 • Comments Off on Match Not to Blame for Low Resident Salaries
  41. Physician Burnout: It Just Keeps Getting Worse
    2Feb15 • Comments Off on Physician Burnout: It Just Keeps Getting Worse
  42. Obama seeks $215 million for precision medicine
    2Feb15 • Comments Off on Obama seeks $215 million for precision medicine
  43. Your Story Matters
    19Jan15 • Comments Off on Your Story Matters
  44. A Bad Flu Season Hits the Halfway Mark, C.D.C. Says
    11Jan15 • Comments Off on A Bad Flu Season Hits the Halfway Mark, C.D.C. Says
  45. Are Teenagers Capable Of Making Life-Or-Death Decisions?
    11Jan15 • Comments Off on Are Teenagers Capable Of Making Life-Or-Death Decisions?
  46. Is Facebook hazardous to your health?
    11Jan15 • Comments Off on Is Facebook hazardous to your health?
  47. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Christen Johnson, MD Candidate at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.
    23Dec14 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Christen Johnson, MD Candidate at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.
  48. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Marc Parris, MD Candidate at The University of California, San Francisco
    4Dec14 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Marc Parris, MD Candidate at The University of California, San Francisco
  49. In First Week, More Than a Million Apply for Health Insurance on Federal Website
    29Nov14 • Comments Off on In First Week, More Than a Million Apply for Health Insurance on Federal Website
  50. Global Health Looks To BRAC And Gates Foundation For Mobile Money
    29Nov14 • Comments Off on Global Health Looks To BRAC And Gates Foundation For Mobile Money
  51. Mass Imprisonment and Public Health
    29Nov14 • Comments Off on Mass Imprisonment and Public Health
  52. MAPS Minutes Fall 2014 Edition has been published!!!
    10Nov14 • Comments Off on MAPS Minutes Fall 2014 Edition has been published!!!
  53. Genes May Determine Body Weight by Shaping Gut Bacteria
    9Nov14 • Comments Off on Genes May Determine Body Weight by Shaping Gut Bacteria
  54. New drug for common liver disease improves liver health
    9Nov14 • Comments Off on New drug for common liver disease improves liver health
  55. Worst Habits For Your Mental Health
    9Nov14 • Comments Off on Worst Habits For Your Mental Health
  56. Stanford engineers develop tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device
    19Oct14 • Comments Off on Stanford engineers develop tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device
  57. The 10 Most In-Demand Physician Specialties
    19Oct14 • Comments Off on The 10 Most In-Demand Physician Specialties
  58. Doctors Make House Calls Again: DASH Becomes Medicare-Eligible for Seniors
    19Oct14 • Comments Off on Doctors Make House Calls Again: DASH Becomes Medicare-Eligible for Seniors
  59. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Terrance Weeden, DO Candidate at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Georgia Campus
    6Oct14 • 6 comments
  60. Avoid Medical School Pitfalls as a First-Year Student
    27Sep14 • Comments Off on Avoid Medical School Pitfalls as a First-Year Student
  61. Water on Earth predates the solar system, and even the sun
    27Sep14 • Comments Off on Water on Earth predates the solar system, and even the sun
  62. Obama tells global health officials: After Ebola, ‘we have to do better.’
    27Sep14 • Comments Off on Obama tells global health officials: After Ebola, ‘we have to do better.’
  63. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Brittany Bruce, MD Candidate at the University of Kansas School of Medicine
    21Sep14 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Brittany Bruce, MD Candidate at the University of Kansas School of Medicine
  64. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Ekene Ajufo, MD Candidate at Temple University School of Medicine
    10Sep14 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Ekene Ajufo, MD Candidate at Temple University School of Medicine
  65. Osteopathic Medicine Meshes With New Health Care Needs
    6Sep14 • Comments Off on Osteopathic Medicine Meshes With New Health Care Needs
  66. The Underreported Side of the Ebola Crisis
    6Sep14 • Comments Off on The Underreported Side of the Ebola Crisis
  67. How People Feel About Their Employer-Sponsored Health Plans
    6Sep14 • Comments Off on How People Feel About Their Employer-Sponsored Health Plans
  68. Preventive Medicine Keeps Soldiers Safe
    27Jul14 • Comments Off on Preventive Medicine Keeps Soldiers Safe
  69. Federal Appeals Court Delivers Serious Setback To Obama Health Care Law
    27Jul14 • Comments Off on Federal Appeals Court Delivers Serious Setback To Obama Health Care Law
  70. Health Products Like Wristband Monitors Prompt Privacy Worries
    27Jul14 • Comments Off on Health Products Like Wristband Monitors Prompt Privacy Worries
  71. Circumcision Does Cut HIV Risk in Africa
    22Jul14 • 4 comments
  72. Blacks & HIV: 5 Reasons It’s Only Getting Worse
    21Jul14 • Comments Off on Blacks & HIV: 5 Reasons It’s Only Getting Worse
  73. Dr. Fauci Reflects on HIV Colleagues Lost in Flight MH-17
    21Jul14 • Comments Off on Dr. Fauci Reflects on HIV Colleagues Lost in Flight MH-17
  74. Florida tries new approach to mental health treatment
    6Jul14 • Comments Off on Florida tries new approach to mental health treatment
  75. To Encourage Preventative Care, Movie Tickets Trump a Clean Bill of Health
    6Jul14 • Comments Off on To Encourage Preventative Care, Movie Tickets Trump a Clean Bill of Health
  76. Integrative Medicine Breaks Into Convention
    6Jul14 • Comments Off on Integrative Medicine Breaks Into Convention
  77. Legalizing Medical Marijuana Doesn’t Lead To More Teens Smoking Pot: Study
    22Jun14 • Comments Off on Legalizing Medical Marijuana Doesn’t Lead To More Teens Smoking Pot: Study
  78. The U.S. Has The Most Expensive And Least Effective Health Care In The Developed World
    22Jun14 • Comments Off on The U.S. Has The Most Expensive And Least Effective Health Care In The Developed World
  79. Less Than Half of America Is Getting Tested for HIV. Here’s Why
    22Jun14 • Comments Off on Less Than Half of America Is Getting Tested for HIV. Here’s Why
  80. US Doctors Migrating North
    22Jun14 • 1 comment
  81. Startup Launches ‘First Wearable Health Record’ for Google Glass
    14Jun14 • Comments Off on Startup Launches ‘First Wearable Health Record’ for Google Glass
  82. Living With Cancer: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
    14Jun14 • Comments Off on Living With Cancer: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
  83. First Lady Pledges to Fight for Lunch Standards
    14Jun14 • Comments Off on First Lady Pledges to Fight for Lunch Standards
  84. MAPS Minutes Spring 2014 Edition has been published!!!
    25Apr14 • Comments Off on MAPS Minutes Spring 2014 Edition has been published!!!
  85. AMEC 2014 Updates: SNMA and MAPS Chapter Awards and Chapter Charterings
    24Apr14 • Comments Off on AMEC 2014 Updates: SNMA and MAPS Chapter Awards and Chapter Charterings
  86. 2013-2014 LMSA/SNMA Residency Guide!!!
    17Apr14 • Comments Off on 2013-2014 LMSA/SNMA Residency Guide!!!
  87. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Chelsea Friedman, Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at Florida International University.
    17Mar14 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Chelsea Friedman, Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at Florida International University.
  88. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Harold Gomez, MD Candidate at the University of Michigan Medical School
    18Feb14 • 1 comment
  89. MAPS Minutes Winter 2013 – Holiday Edition
    5Jan14 • Comments Off on MAPS Minutes Winter 2013 – Holiday Edition
  90. Blackness, Fear and Health
    18Nov13 • Comments Off on Blackness, Fear and Health
  91. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Michael Harrell, MD Candidate at Boston University School of Medicine
    16Nov13 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Michael Harrell, MD Candidate at Boston University School of Medicine
  92. HPV Vaccines May Be Less Effective for Black Women: Study
    30Oct13 • 1 comment
  93. UM researchers take new view in understanding metastatic breast cancer
    29Oct13 • Comments Off on UM researchers take new view in understanding metastatic breast cancer
  94. Do We Invest in Preschools or Prisons?
    29Oct13 • Comments Off on Do We Invest in Preschools or Prisons?
  95. New surgery intern reflects on first month: ‘The hardest 31 days of my life’
    29Oct13 • Comments Off on New surgery intern reflects on first month: ‘The hardest 31 days of my life’
  96. Should Medical School Last Just 3 Years?
    29Oct13 • Comments Off on Should Medical School Last Just 3 Years?
  97. To Halt AIDS, Stop Brief Risk Counseling and Concentrate on Testing, National Study Finds
    29Oct13 • Comments Off on To Halt AIDS, Stop Brief Risk Counseling and Concentrate on Testing, National Study Finds
  98. After Breast Cancer Surgery, Patient Assistance Programs Can Help
    27Oct13 • Comments Off on After Breast Cancer Surgery, Patient Assistance Programs Can Help
  99. Finding Dr. Right: New Survey Reveals Word of Mouth the Most Used Resource When Looking for a Physician
    27Oct13 • Comments Off on Finding Dr. Right: New Survey Reveals Word of Mouth the Most Used Resource When Looking for a Physician
  100. Bird flu vaccine developed by Chinese researchers
    27Oct13 • Comments Off on Bird flu vaccine developed by Chinese researchers
  101. MAPS Minutes for Fall 2013 has been Published!!!
    27Oct13 • Comments Off on MAPS Minutes for Fall 2013 has been Published!!!
  102. Bryn Mawr student advocates for mental illness awareness
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on Bryn Mawr student advocates for mental illness awareness
  103. University of Maryland Health Equity Center Launches Trust Campaign Targeting Minorities, Health Researchers
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on University of Maryland Health Equity Center Launches Trust Campaign Targeting Minorities, Health Researchers
  104. HIV cure dealt a setback
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on HIV cure dealt a setback
  105. Baby ‘cured’ of HIV: New details offer hope for other patients
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on Baby ‘cured’ of HIV: New details offer hope for other patients
  106. Rising drug resistance threatens global progress against TB
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on Rising drug resistance threatens global progress against TB
  107. Fight to cure HIV gets tougher as study sheds light on hidden virus
    26Oct13 • Comments Off on Fight to cure HIV gets tougher as study sheds light on hidden virus
  108. Get Published in the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) for our Winter 2013 / Spring 2014 Editions.
    22Oct13 • Comments Off on Get Published in the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) for our Winter 2013 / Spring 2014 Editions.
  109. John F. Kennedy’s Vision For Mental Health Never Realized
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on John F. Kennedy’s Vision For Mental Health Never Realized
  110. Why I Left Medicine: A Burnt-Out Doctor’s Decision To Quit
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on Why I Left Medicine: A Burnt-Out Doctor’s Decision To Quit
  111. Malaria vaccine could be approved by 2015 after successful trials
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on Malaria vaccine could be approved by 2015 after successful trials
  112. 5 studies you may have missed
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on 5 studies you may have missed
  113. Single-sex schooling can empower black boys
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on Single-sex schooling can empower black boys
  114. The Soaring Cost of a Simple Breath
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on The Soaring Cost of a Simple Breath
  115. Many Teens Admit To Coercing Others Into Sex
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on Many Teens Admit To Coercing Others Into Sex
  116. Haitians sue UN over cholera epidemic
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on Haitians sue UN over cholera epidemic
  117. The One Thing They Never Tell You About Medical School
    20Oct13 • Comments Off on The One Thing They Never Tell You About Medical School
  118. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Denise Della, Bachelors of Science in Speech & Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
    15Oct13 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Denise Della, Bachelors of Science in Speech & Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
  119. The Freshmen Ten – 10 Essential Tips for Premedical Students
    10Oct13 • Comments Off on The Freshmen Ten – 10 Essential Tips for Premedical Students
  120. Doctor Shortage: Doctors Encourage Minority Students to Learn Medicine
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Doctor Shortage: Doctors Encourage Minority Students to Learn Medicine
  121. Young Black and Latino Men Are, in Fact, Going to College
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Young Black and Latino Men Are, in Fact, Going to College
  122. Understanding the Drivers of the Patient Experience
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Understanding the Drivers of the Patient Experience
  123. Obamacare’s coverage gap: The poor caught in between
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Obamacare’s coverage gap: The poor caught in between
  124. No, Doctors Don’t Hate Obamacare
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on No, Doctors Don’t Hate Obamacare
  125. Obamacare premium rates lower than expected
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Obamacare premium rates lower than expected
  126. HIV in cells eradicated with antifungal drug
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on HIV in cells eradicated with antifungal drug
  127. Nazis, Lynching and Obamacare
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Nazis, Lynching and Obamacare
  128. Obamacare open enrollment: Here’s everything you need to know
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Obamacare open enrollment: Here’s everything you need to know
  129. Is the end near for small community hospitals?
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Is the end near for small community hospitals?
  130. Scans More Likely if Doctors Have Financial Stake
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Scans More Likely if Doctors Have Financial Stake
  131. Long Work Hours By Doctors Linked With Work-Home Conflict
    8Oct13 • Comments Off on Long Work Hours By Doctors Linked With Work-Home Conflict
  132. Professionalism in the time of social media: Do’s and don’ts for DOs
    5Oct13 • Comments Off on Professionalism in the time of social media: Do’s and don’ts for DOs
  133. WIC Programs Shutting Down As Federal Government Comes To Halt
    1Oct13 • Comments Off on WIC Programs Shutting Down As Federal Government Comes To Halt
  134. Free Pizza and Fighting Back
    30Sep13 • Comments Off on Free Pizza and Fighting Back
  135. Soledad O’Brien on Diversity in the Media: ‘It’s not that hard’
    27Sep13 • Comments Off on Soledad O’Brien on Diversity in the Media: ‘It’s not that hard’
  136. What the Affordable Care Act Means for You
    27Sep13 • Comments Off on What the Affordable Care Act Means for You
  137. POLL: More oppose ‘Obamacare’ than ‘Affordable Care Act’
    27Sep13 • Comments Off on POLL: More oppose ‘Obamacare’ than ‘Affordable Care Act’
  138. Statins Are the Greatest Medical Fraud of All Time: Study Reports
    26Sep13 • Comments Off on Statins Are the Greatest Medical Fraud of All Time: Study Reports
  139. UNAIDS: Decline Seen in New HIV Infections
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on UNAIDS: Decline Seen in New HIV Infections
  140. Copper may be a trigger of Alzheimer’s disease
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on Copper may be a trigger of Alzheimer’s disease
  141. When the Patient Is Racist
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on When the Patient Is Racist
  142. Lower Health Insurance Premiums to Come at Cost of Fewer Choices
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on Lower Health Insurance Premiums to Come at Cost of Fewer Choices
  143. Racial Health Disparities Persist 50 Years After ‘I Have a Dream’
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on Racial Health Disparities Persist 50 Years After ‘I Have a Dream’
  144. How Poverty Taxes the Brain
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on How Poverty Taxes the Brain
  145. In Life, Man Immune To HIV Helped Scientists Fight Virus
    23Sep13 • Comments Off on In Life, Man Immune To HIV Helped Scientists Fight Virus
  146. How Male Power Spreads HIV
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on How Male Power Spreads HIV
  147. Playing for time: Can music stave off dementia?
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Playing for time: Can music stave off dementia?
  148. Toward making people invisible to mosquitoes
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Toward making people invisible to mosquitoes
  149. Saving U.S. Health Care With Skype
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Saving U.S. Health Care With Skype
  150. Alicia Keys: Women Can Drive the Conversation on HIV/AIDS In Their Communities
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Alicia Keys: Women Can Drive the Conversation on HIV/AIDS In Their Communities
  151. Vaccine seems to clear monkeys of HIV-like infection; humans next?
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Vaccine seems to clear monkeys of HIV-like infection; humans next?
  152. LIVING Study: Black professionals sleep less than whites
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on LIVING Study: Black professionals sleep less than whites
  153. High debt load anticipated by majority of medical students; African-Americans most affected
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on High debt load anticipated by majority of medical students; African-Americans most affected
  154. DeVry Lures Medical School Rejects as Taxpayers Fund Debt
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on DeVry Lures Medical School Rejects as Taxpayers Fund Debt
  155. Are You Going to Be a Specialst? Or Just a GP?
    22Sep13 • Comments Off on Are You Going to Be a Specialst? Or Just a GP?
  156. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Andrew Hillman, MD Candidate at Weill Cornell Medical College
    4Sep13 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Andrew Hillman, MD Candidate at Weill Cornell Medical College
  157. Nelson Mandela returns home ‘to see out his final days’
    1Sep13 • Comments Off on Nelson Mandela returns home ‘to see out his final days’
  158. Bacteria Study Offers Clues to Typhoid Mary Mystery
    1Sep13 • Comments Off on Bacteria Study Offers Clues to Typhoid Mary Mystery
  159. Lackluster advising forces pre-meds to scramble for guidance
    1Sep13 • Comments Off on Lackluster advising forces pre-meds to scramble for guidance
  160. Will Stage 3 Meaningful Use help reduce health disparities?
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on Will Stage 3 Meaningful Use help reduce health disparities?
  161. 50 years after March On Washington, health disparities still exist: Five ways to overcome
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on 50 years after March On Washington, health disparities still exist: Five ways to overcome
  162. Can NGOs and pharmaceutical firms partner to solve global health issues? Working together, NGOs and businesses have the potential to better tackle ailments from malnutrition to malaria
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on Can NGOs and pharmaceutical firms partner to solve global health issues? Working together, NGOs and businesses have the potential to better tackle ailments from malnutrition to malaria
  163. Scientists grow mini brains from stem cells
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on Scientists grow mini brains from stem cells
  164. Baby circumcisions in US hospitals on three-decade decline
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on Baby circumcisions in US hospitals on three-decade decline
  165. CVS cuts off docs who prescribe too many narcotics
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on CVS cuts off docs who prescribe too many narcotics
  166. Opinion, money can dictate who gets organs
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on Opinion, money can dictate who gets organs
  167. How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV
    30Aug13 • Comments Off on How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV
  168. Genetic map of cancer reveals trails of mutation that lead to disease
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Genetic map of cancer reveals trails of mutation that lead to disease
  169. Good education policy can improve our health
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Good education policy can improve our health
  170. Ghana’s HIV prevalence rate reduces
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Ghana’s HIV prevalence rate reduces
  171. Opinion: A Diverse Perspective
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Opinion: A Diverse Perspective
  172. Michelle Obama continues obesity fight with a musical collaboration
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Michelle Obama continues obesity fight with a musical collaboration
  173. Cure Watch 2013: Two More People ‘Cured’ of HIV
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Cure Watch 2013: Two More People ‘Cured’ of HIV
  174. Awareness, Medicaid expansion key to covering young adults
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Awareness, Medicaid expansion key to covering young adults
  175. Weigh Applying to Medical School After Third, Fourth Year
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on Weigh Applying to Medical School After Third, Fourth Year
  176. WHY DOESN’T MEDICAL CARE GET BETTER WHEN DOCTORS REST MORE?
    23Aug13 • Comments Off on WHY DOESN’T MEDICAL CARE GET BETTER WHEN DOCTORS REST MORE?
  177. Developing a Strong Work Ethic
    22Aug13 • Comments Off on Developing a Strong Work Ethic
  178. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Dr. Nina Joy Butler M.D. , Resident Physician at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
    22Aug13 • 2 comments
  179. I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Lawrence Brown, Masters of Health Science Candidate at Meharry Medical College
    16Aug13 • Comments Off on I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Lawrence Brown, Masters of Health Science Candidate at Meharry Medical College
  180. Fearing Life With HIV: Using ‘HIV-Negative’ as a Substitution for ‘Haven’t Been Tested’
    13Aug13 • Comments Off on Fearing Life With HIV: Using ‘HIV-Negative’ as a Substitution for ‘Haven’t Been Tested’
  181. New screening tool for ADHD
    11Aug13 • Comments Off on New screening tool for ADHD
  182. How to find summer enrichment programs
    11Aug13 • Comments Off on How to find summer enrichment programs
  183. Obesity declining among low-income preschoolers in some states
    11Aug13 • Comments Off on Obesity declining among low-income preschoolers in some states
  184. Young people are the key to ending HIV
    10Aug13 • Comments Off on Young people are the key to ending HIV
  185. Time to drop ban on blood donations by gay men
    9Aug13 • Comments Off on Time to drop ban on blood donations by gay men
  186. ‘Paying Till It Hurts’: Why American Health Care Is So Pricey
    9Aug13 • Comments Off on ‘Paying Till It Hurts’: Why American Health Care Is So Pricey
  187. Investigational Malaria Vaccine Found Safe and Protective – NIH Vaccine Researchers Publish Results of Early-Stage Clinical Trial
    9Aug13 • Comments Off on Investigational Malaria Vaccine Found Safe and Protective – NIH Vaccine Researchers Publish Results of Early-Stage Clinical Trial
  188. What Makes For a Good Test-Taker?
    9Aug13 • Comments Off on What Makes For a Good Test-Taker?
  189. Why I changed my mind on weed
    8Aug13 • Comments Off on Why I changed my mind on weed
  190. NIH, Lacks family reach understanding to share genomic data of HeLa cells
    8Aug13 • Comments Off on NIH, Lacks family reach understanding to share genomic data of HeLa cells
  191. The Public Eye: UC Davis study challenges magazine’s medical school rankings
    8Aug13 • Comments Off on The Public Eye: UC Davis study challenges magazine’s medical school rankings
  192. A Family Consents to a Medical Gift, 62 Years Later
    8Aug13 • Comments Off on A Family Consents to a Medical Gift, 62 Years Later
  193. The Bipartisan Plan To Eradicate Family Medicine
    8Aug13 • Comments Off on The Bipartisan Plan To Eradicate Family Medicine
  194. Five Things To Know About Obamacare Premiums: A Guide For The Perplexed
    5Aug13 • Comments Off on Five Things To Know About Obamacare Premiums: A Guide For The Perplexed
  195. Young men of color, breaking the school to prison pipeline
    5Aug13 • Comments Off on Young men of color, breaking the school to prison pipeline
  196. “566,046 HIV patients on ARVs — Rugunda”
    4Aug13 • Comments Off on “566,046 HIV patients on ARVs — Rugunda”
  197. Medical practitioners urged to ensure healthy ageing (aging)
    4Aug13 • Comments Off on Medical practitioners urged to ensure healthy ageing (aging)
  198. Therapists say African Americans are increasingly seeking help for mental illness
    3Aug13 • Comments Off on Therapists say African Americans are increasingly seeking help for mental illness
  199. What is gestational diabetes?
    2Aug13 • Comments Off on What is gestational diabetes?
  200. Angelina Jolie’s Message Important for African American Women
    2Aug13 • Comments Off on Angelina Jolie’s Message Important for African American Women
  201. 5 Key Trends in Healthcare for 2013
    1Aug13 • Comments Off on 5 Key Trends in Healthcare for 2013
  202. Student Debt: Crippling for All Ages and Not Going Away Soon
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  205. Blood pressure drugs may help Alzheimer’s, study suggests
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  206. Health Law Boosts Status Of Alternative Medicine — At Least On Paper
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  207. 80 Percent Of U.S. Adults Face Near-Poverty, Unemployment: Survey
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  208. HIV/AIDS: The Fight Isn’t Over
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  209. Why breast cancer kills more black women: They’re sicker
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  210. Scientists give mice false memories
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  211. Pre-Med Programs Eye Curriculum to Prep Students for New MCAT® Exam
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  212. What Is Your Weakness?
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  213. Cancer chat: Hookah, sweeteners, prostate cancer and more
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  214. Homicide ‘directly affecting’ racial gap in U.S. life expectancy, study shows
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  215. ‘Crack baby’ study ends with unexpected but clear result
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  216. HPV Vaccine: What’s All the Fuss About?
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  217. Obesity is now a disease: What it means for blacks
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  218. Breaking Medicine’s Color Barrier
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  219. Hampton University to Lead Minority Male Health Initiative
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  220. HPV Vaccine Might Shield Women Against Throat Cancer: Study
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  221. ‘Death By Zip Code’: Health Disparities Between Rich And Poor Areas Are Only Getting Worse
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  222. Never Lose Sight
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  224. Brain Train: My MCAT study strategy
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  225. Medical interns may be more awake, but are they getting enough training?
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  226. In Girl’s Last Hope, Altered Immune Cells Beat Leukemia
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  227. What The High Court’s Affirmative Action Decision Might Mean To Med Schools
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  228. The Fallacy of Medical School Rankings
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  229. Social Services: Prescribing the Basics of Good Health AN INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA ONIE
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  230. Insurers Will Address Obesity Under Obamacare
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  231. CU-Boulder offers pre-med preparation for post-graduates
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  232. Economist explores the roots of global health
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  233. Matchmaking medical research
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  234. How to Get Summer Experience as a Pre-med (Without Making Yourself Miserable)
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  235. How will a changing global landscape affect health care providers?
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  236. Malveaux: Health disparities are a function of assets, access and attitudes
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  237. New drug may be best treatment for leukemia yet
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  238. FDA, facing cybersecurity threats, tightens medical-device standards
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  239. Child obesity a global health issue, according to WHO
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  240. Dr. Kate Scannell: There’s no rap song about health care disparities
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  241. US says providing $9b to curb global malnutrition
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  242. Namibia: 25 Cuban Specialists Arrive
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  243. “I was Rejected from U.S. Medical Schools: Now what?”
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  244. Call for submissions for fall 2013 JSNMA
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  245. Teaching about race and health
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  246. Minorities Harmed Most By Fast-Food Outlets Near School: Study
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  247. Research Assistant – Global Health
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  248. Researchers Identify Genetic Signature of Deadly Brain Cancer
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  249. I want to be a Doctor…and a Researcher…and an Educator…and a Magician!
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  250. How physician-owned hospitals are making teaching hospitals pay
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  251. Study: Cheap vinegar test cut cervical cancer deaths in India; could help many poor countries
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  252. New Discoveries in Head and Neck Cancers
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  253. Minorities and Medicine: Why Diversity is Key
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  254. A new degree plan speeds students towards addressing S. Texas’ physician shortage
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  255. Crystal Brown, med school graduate, has heart to help community
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  256. For A Black Doctor, Building Trust By Slowing Down
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  257. Consequences of not screening for prostate cancer prove dire
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  258. Teen Birth Rate in U.S. Declined to All-Time Low in 2011
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  259. Polio Outbreak In Kenya: A Threat To Global Eradication
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  260. Valerie Jarrett on Ending HIV/AIDS in the United States
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  261. Living Near Fast-Food Outlets Might Boost Obesity Risk
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  262. What’s e-health and what does it mean for you?
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  263. Penn Medicine Researchers Identify Four New Genetic Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer
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  264. Fitness protects you from cancer, even 20 years later
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  265. What it means to give back: Mentorship
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  266. YOUNG LEADERS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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  267. Program addresses shortage of healthcare professionals in less developed countries
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  268. Doctors Transform How They Practice Medicine
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  269. A conversation about digital literacy in medical education
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  270. A shift toward improving patient safety in medical education
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  271. Tips for the MCAT
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  272. Scientists report first success in cloning human stem cells
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  273. Government-Backed Group Calls for Universal HIV Testing of Adults
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  274. New discovery may be step toward ending malaria
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  275. Boonshoft School of Medicine student selected president-elect of Student National Medical Association
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  276. SLU SNMA students receive Leadership in Institutional Diversity Award
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  277. Inspiring Stories : Amanda Colbert
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  278. A census first: Black voter turnout passes whites
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  279. How African doctors can cure medical ‘brain drain’
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  280. Mobile Xhosa translator helps the medicine go down
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  281. Army Medicine’s First African American Female Two-Star General
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  283. The Opportunities and Challenges of a Lifelong Health System
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  284. Merck And Pfizer Collaborate To Develop New Diabetes Drug
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  285. Holistic Review — Shaping the Medical Profession One Applicant at a Time
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  286. Heart attacks: What you should know
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  287. The Changing Face of Medical School Admissions
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  288. Medical School SNMA chapter named best
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  289. Nanoparticles loaded with bee venom kill HIV
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  290. New-Age American Health Care System (Part 1)
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  292. 3 Inexpensive Ways to Study for the MCAT
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  293. New technique to deliver life-saving drugs to the brain
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  294. Reforming Premedical Education — Out with the Old, In with the New
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  295. What African Americans Need To Know About Mental Health
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  296. How Do I… Decide Where to Apply?
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  297. The importance of reading and writing English
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  298. Bridging the gap between the worlds of Medicine and Law
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  299. Practical advice for the parent of a pre-med
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  300. Dr. Connie Mariano- Inspiring Stories
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  302. Geographic Technology Helps Put Ethiopia on Map of Global Health Success
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  303. Researcher Awarded $2.5 Million to Study Effects of Stress on Substance Abuse
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  304. Transgender health disparities still a problem
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  305. Health Disparities, Lack Of Exercise Not Connected, Vanderbilt University Study Finds
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  306. Somalia Launching New Five-In-One Child Vaccines
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  307. Tracking global health funding on Capitol Hill
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  308. 6 Medical School Trends to Watch For in 2013
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  309. Alabama family is making a run at a healthy lifestyle
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  312. Addressing shortage of minority students in medical school
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  313. NAACP Voices Concern Over Erroneous CNN Report of Bomber Suspect
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  314. Civil war survivor creates ‘perfect fit’ bionic limbs
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  315. An Interview with Charee’ Howard, D.O. Candidate
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  316. National President Nisha Branch Welcomes You to AMEC 2013
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  317. Black Americans and Health Insurance: an Alarming Infographic
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  318. We’re All Created Equal—But Not When It Comes to Health
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  319. Health-care providers working to combat language barriers
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  320. Annual Medical Education Conference: Louisville, KY – March 27-31, 2013
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  321. Call for Abstracts for the Dr. Wilbert C. Jordan Research Forum. Deadline 2/28/13
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  322. Pre-medical Opportunities!
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  324. Black Males Not Applying to Med School
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  325. Disparities in care for blacks linked to segregation, unconscious bias
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  326. Hispanic paradox—Latest findings confirm Latinos live longer
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  327. Canadian pediatric lupus severity varies with ethnicity
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  328. The Big Push to Defeat AIDS, TB and Malaria
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  329. Addressing shortage of minority students in medical school
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  330. Contribute to SNMA Pulse!
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  332. Latinos likely to skip cancer screening, distrust medical providers
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  333. Minorities face surge in Alzheimer’s cases in California
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  334. Pre-medical Opportunities!
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  335. January 2013 National Leadership Institute will be in Las Vegas, NV
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  336. Cultural, Social Factors Identified As Barriers To Participation By Minorities In Unrelated Stem Cell Donation Registries
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  340. Massachusetts General Hospital Summer Research Trainee Program
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  341. SNMA David M. Satcher, MD, PhD Fellowship Program
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  343. Get Published in the JSNMA!
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  344. Federal Initiative Aims to Raise Number of Minority Scientists
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  346. Big rise in Americans with diabetes, especially in South
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  347. Growing concerns over ‘in the air’ transmission of Ebola
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  348. Racial Disparities Still Seen in Use of Breast Cancer Treatments
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  349. Will national health reform close ethnic and racial disparities?
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  351. Pediatrics Group Calls for Easier Access to Emergency Contraception
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  352. Physicians: Birth control should be sold without a prescription
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  353. Rethinking HIV: After Five Years of Debate, a New Push for Prevention
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  356. Med Student Sets Up Makeshift Clinic to Help Red Hook’s Sandy Victims
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  357. Co-op/Internships and Summer Research Opportunities for 2013 in Biomedical Research and for Pre-Medical Studies Students
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  358. Mentoring in Medicine Webinar is November 17!
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  359. Latino medical school enrollment on the rise
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  360. Plasmonic nanosensors developed for sophisticated HIV detection test
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  361. Prostate Cancer Hits African-American Men Especially Hard
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  362. Pre-Meds: Remember your values when interviewing for medical school
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  363. Multivitamin Use Linked to Lowered Cancer Risk
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  364. 10 things medical schools won’t tell you
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  365. At Polio’s Epicenter, Vaccinators Battle Chaos And Indifference
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  366. Fungal meningitis victims face long, uncertain recovery
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  367. Pre-meds: Get Application Secrets from a Pro Courtesy of the Tour for Diversity in Medicine!
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  368. New York City Health Officials Investigating Deadly Bacterial Meningitis Outbreak Among HIV-Positive Men
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  369. Medical students lack knowledge of healthcare overhaul
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  370. Deadly New Salmonella Spreads In Wake Of HIV In Africa
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  371. HIV Docs May Be Missing Signs of Heart Disease
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  372. Cancer now No. 1 cause of death for U.S. Latinos
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  373. Pre-meds: Apply to Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholar’s Program!
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  374. Pre-meds: Preview Guide for the MCAT 2015 Exam!
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  375. Pre-meds: Do what it takes to get into medical school
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  376. Headed to the September NLI in Boston & looking for a way to get around?
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  378. Global Health & Innovation Conference 2013 at Yale University
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  379. National Leadership opportunity for MAPS Members
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  380. Get Published in the JOURNAL OF THE STUDENT NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION!
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  382. The Effects of Discrimination Could Last a Lifetime
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  383. Initiative Aims to Improve Health, Success of Young Men of Color
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  384. Behind Mental Health Stigmas In Black Communities
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  385. September National Leadership Institute at Harvard Medical School
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  386. FDA approves first pill to help prevent HIV
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  388. I Still…
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  391. International Fellowship in Translational Biomedical Imaging—call for applications
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  393. MAPS Opportunities! – Physicians Medical Forum
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  394. Massachusetts General Hospital – 2012 Summer Research Trainee Program
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  396. LMSA National Scholarship for U.S. Medical Students
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  397. 2012-2013 SNMA Satcher Fellowship – Taking Applications Now!
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  398. BSCP Conference
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  400. Global Mission Trips
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  410. NY Prebysterian Hospital/Weill-Cornell Open House – 10/29
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