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George L. Blackburn, MD, PhD of Boston, Massachusetts, died at 81, on February 20, 2017 at his home. His many academic leadership roles included: the S. Daniel Abraham Chair, Professor of Nutrition Medicine and Associate Director of the Division of Nutrition at Harvard Medical...

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This new NHLBI-funded T32 training program at Washington University’s School of Medicine is currently accepting applications for pre- and postdoctoral fellowship positions....

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The Obesity Society’s Clinical Management and Early Career...

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Fellowship is one of the highest honors bestowed by The Obesity Society. The prestigious mark of FTOS distinction sets you apart by acknowledging your high level contributions to the field of obesity research, treatment and/or prevention. Once you become a Fellow, you...

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Fellowship is one of the highest honors The Obesity Society bestows. This prestigious mark of distinction...

source: By Camille Schneider

Bias can be explicit and intentional, or implicit and unintentional. But when a physician senses that bias may be affecting patient care, there are some concrete actions that can be taken to make patients feel more comfortable in the exam room. One aspect of Medscape's...

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