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Soon, the public will be able to access every meal, concert ticket or service that drug and medical device companies have bought for doctors.

source: The Tennessean

Antibiotic resistance that turns ordinary disease-causing bacteria into illnesses that can't be controlled could bring about the "next pandemic," Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden warned at a recent National Press Club event.

source: USA Today

Academy Member Eileen M. Raynor, MD, is quoted. A 10-year-old boy in North Carolina suffered from ear pain and hearing problems for years before doctors were finally able to crack the case: He did not have an ear condition after all, but an underlying disease in the gut.

source: LiveScience via The Huffington Post

Academy Member Daniel J. Lee, MD, is quoted. More than a year after the bombings, charities and researchers are taking note of an increasingly noticeable aftereffect: a large group of civilians with blast-related ear injuries more commonly seen in the military. Problems...

source: The Wall Street Journal (subscriber article)

Academy Member Douglas D. Backous, MD, is quoted, and the Academy is used as a reference. Whether it was mom or grandma who said it first, she was definitely right: You probably shouldn't put anything in your ear that's smaller than your elbow.

source: The Huffington Post

Academy Member Christopher Y. Chang, MD, is quoted. Your body is weird. Admit it: You make strange sounds, feel misplaced shooting pains, or have secretions coming from places that shouldn't be secreting.

source: Slate


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