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The perks of living the life of a health care traveler
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At Advanced Health Education Center, we often have individuals visit from other countries and incorporate an educational activity into their stateside visit. Last week we had two physicians from Poland who are currently on contract at the only hospital in Aruba.

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Gov. Abbott names presiding officer, appoints 9 to the Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology
Office of the Governor
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Dr. Nicholas Beckmann, Anthony "Tony" Jaso and Scott Morren to the Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology for terms set to expire on February 1, 2021. He also appointed Dr. Faraz Khan, Regan Landreth and Carol Waddell for terms to expire on February 1, 2019, and Joe Chow, Jennifer Flanagan and Shannon Lutz for terms to expire on February 1, 2017.

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Parents surprised by the 'sports car' in their ultrasound
Scary Mommy (commentary)
It's scary enough going for an ultrasound and getting confirmation that there's an actual human being inside your wife’s belly. I don't know how this couple is handling their news. In the most shocking automobile-related reveal since Oprah surprised her audience with free cars, a couple on Reddit learned that the baby they’re expecting is not a baby at all, but a brand new car!

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  Don't fart during an MRI
Personal Health Guide (commentary)
I share this true but pathetic story to commiserate with other tortured souls who relentlessly endure and survive extreme humiliation. We're a group of accident-prone fools who regularly trigger embarrassing situations that would permanently traumatize a normal person. My experience this week will be difficult to surpass: I farted inside an MRI machine.

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Toxicology rounds: Opioid abusers using loperamide to get high or alleviate withdrawal, with fatal consequences
Emergency Medicine News
Loperamide, an opioid antidiarrheal medication, is, surprisingly, the latest drug of abuse, and was recently held accountable for two deaths in New York. Loperamide acts on mu-opioid receptors in the intestinal wall to inhibit gastrointestinal motility and decrease frequency of loose stools.

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