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Johnston Health Named JCC’s 2020 Top Business and Industry Partner – Johnston Community College News

Published: February 17, 2021 College shows appreciation for support and resources to help local students succeed. Johnston Community College is pleased to name Johnston Health its 2020 Business and Industry Partner of the Year. The award was announced February 11 at the College's annual Breakfast before Business event, which was held virtually.

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Questions answered on the vaccine, kids and pregnant women – The Stokes News

With the COVID-19 vaccines beginning to roll out, many parents are wondering if its safe to begin vaccinating their children.

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Shore Capital Partners Announces Founding of Together Women’s Health – Business Wire

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Shore Capital Partners (Shore), a private equity firm, is pleased to announce it has founded Together Womens Health (TWH), through the completion of a strategic partnership with Eastside Gynecology Obstetrics (Eastside) and Comprehensive Womans Care (Comprehensive). TWH provides womens health practices with administrative support, allowing physicians to focus on delivering the highest quality of patient care. Eastside and Comprehensive are leading obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) practices in the Detroit area, offering a full suite of services including mammography, lab, ultrasound imaging, skincare, and rejuvenation services

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Antibiotics in Pregnancy Tied to Higher Odds for Asthma in Kids – HealthDay News

THURSDAY, Feb. 11, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Children whose mothers used antibiotics in pregnancy may have a slightly heightened risk of asthma, a new study suggests

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Computational Medicine – Moving from Uncertainty to Precision – Latest News – UT News | The University of Texas at Austin

Individual choices in medicine carry a certain amount of uncertainty. An innovative partnership at The University of Texas at Austin takes aim at medicine down to the individual level by applying state-of-the-art computation to medical care.

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Signs of a minor baby boom in southern Finland – YLE News

There was only a slight increase in January in the Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District, but a larger upswing is expected in February.Image: Nella Nuora / Yle The first indications of a burgeoning pandemic baby boom have appeared in southern Finland, with a small increase in births in the first months of this year. Significantly more babies are expected to be born in the Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) this spring than last year, says Aydin Tekay, head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Helsinki University Central Hospital.

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Marshall Health COVID-19 Testing Site Temporarily Closed Due to Weather – HNN Huntingtonnews.net

Huntington Due to freezing temperatures and expected weather conditions, Marshall Healths drive-thru COVID-19 testing site closed at 3 p.m. today and will be closed tomorrow, Feb.

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Coming up on Connections: Thursday, February 4 – WXXI News

First hour: Discussing the state of nursing homes in New York Second hour: What do you need to know about endometriosis and fibroids?

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You cant be what you cant see: Cleveland Clinic doctor shares inspirational journey to improve lives of women, minorities – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) From starting out wanting to be a chemical engineer to working as a Radio City Rockette, the path to success wasnt always a straight line for Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Dr.

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Maternity services will continue for moms already expecting – Medicine Hat News

By Medicine Hat News on February 5, 2021.

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Which companies will likely produce the most COVID-19 vaccine in 2021? – Mass Device

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash Since the beginning of the pandemic, much of society has pinned its hopes on the availability of a vaccine. Now that several are available across the world, there is hope, said Dr.

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Japan is moving closer to vaccinations: Here’s how the rollout will work – The Japan Times

Japans vaccine rollout is set to start in less than two weeks. But with the rollout in other countries, including the U.S., not going as smoothly as authorities would have wanted, there are worries that it could be chaotic for Japan, too

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Fluid Management Systems Market by Product, Application and End-user – Global Forecast to 2025 – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business Wire

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Fluid Management Systems Market by Product (Standalone (Dialyzers, Insufflators, Suction) Integrated Systems, Disposables, Accessories), Application (Urology, Nephrology, Laparoscopy) End User (Hospitals, Dialysis Centers) - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

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New Gynecology Division at USA Health for pediatric and adolescent patients – FOX10 News

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Williams to join Upson OB/GYN | Business | griffindailynews.com – Griffin Daily News

Upson Regional Medical Center has announced that Sherida Lynn Williams, M.D., to Upson OB/GYN will join the Thomaston and Barnesville locations beginning Feb.

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Patient Safety in Action: Building strong and effective Partnerships – World Health Organization

Change is possible in an African hospital through a partnership based approach.

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What to Know About Getting Pregnant Amid COVID-19 According to Mary Jane Minkin, M.D. – Business Wire

NEW HAVEN, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--While many couples may still be putting off having children until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, for others this year, baby-making is top of mind as both women and men consider moving forward with their family building plans.

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Eleven Class of 2021 members will enter military medicine residency | News | Campbell University – Campbell University News

The Class of 2021 will continue the School of Osteopathic Medicines proud tradition of having approximately 10 graduates per year enter military residency programs.

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CMV: Fetal and neonatal therapies improve prognosis of congenital infection – Outbreak News Today – Outbreak News Today

A cross-institutional research group has revealed for the first time in the world that infants with symptomatic congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection who were treated with a combination of immunoglobulin fetal therapy and neonatal therapy with antiviral drugs were less likely to experience the severe aftereffects associated with the infection than those who only received the neonatal therapy.

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ACLU sues to make medication abortion accessible on Guam – The Guam Daily Post

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday in the federal court on Guam to challenge two local laws the ACLU contends are blocking access to legal and safe abortions on the island. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Guam-licensed doctors, Shandini Raidoo and Bliss Kaneshiro, who are both board-certified obstetrician-gynecologists based in Hawaii. They'd like to provide medication abortion via telemedicine to Guam patients.

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Div Com visits Srinagar hospitals, takes stock of healthcare facilities during snowfall – United News of India

Srinagar, Jan 4 (UNI) Amid snowfall, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir Pandurang K Pole on Monday visited different hospitals and took stock of functioning and healthcare facilities being provided to patients in the city. Taking on spot stock of functioning of hospital during snowfall, the Div Com visited to SMSH, Chest Disease and Lal Ded Maternity hospital. During visit, the Div Com inspected various blocks and wards including OPD, Operation Theatres, Gynae wards, general wards, parking facilities and interacted with a number of patients to have first-hand feedback from them about the quality of services being provided.

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Mother and Child Hospital still far from completion – DAWN.com

RAWALPINDI: Another year passed, but the construction work on the 400-bed Mother and Child Hospital on Asghar Mall could not be completed and the project may take one more year for completion. The project worth Rs2.5 billion was launched in 2005 in the tenure of then military ruler Pervez Musharraf

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Experts: Too soon to call it a second wave – The Tribune

Naina MishraTribune News ServiceChandigarh, November 20 For the fourth consecutive day, the city recorded over 100 cases and is pacing towards a second wave.

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Monique’s best friend on Katlego Maboe: ‘He’s not the guy you see on TV’ | You – News24

Katlego Maboe faced backlash after he admitted to cheating on his partner in a confrontation video (Photo: Misha Jordaan) To millions of South Africans, he was the friendly face on breakfast TV, the guy with the infectious grin and boyish charm on adverts for an insurance giant. Katlego Maboe seemed to have a bright future ahead of him

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Rising Recovery Rate, Falling Active Covid-19 Cases Prove Success of Containment Strategy: Harsh Vardhan – Yahoo Singapore News

The continuously rising national recovery rate and progressively falling active cases of coronavirus infection have proven the success of COVID-19 containment strategy, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Wednesday. After inaugurating radiodiagnostic facilities and an MBBS student hostel in Bhatinda through a video link, he expressed deep gratitude to the dedicated efforts by all corona warriors and expressed grief over the death of those who sacrificed their lives saving others, according to a health ministry statement

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