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by Admin 05.05.2017

Kevin, M.D. Can Robots Take the Place of Surgeons? And if they can, asks Skeptical Scalpel, should they? In a recent post, I wrote about some unresolved issues with driverless cars and ended by saying, “So are you ready to have an autonomous robot perform your gallbladder surgery? I’m not.” But the robots are coming. […]

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Can Robots Replace Surgeons

by Admin 05.05.2017

https://www.medpagetoday.com/Blogs/KevinMD/65022?xid=nl_mpt_DHE_2017-05-05&eun=g270520d0r&pos=1

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A Layman’s Guide To Blood Sugar Levels

by Admin 04.14.2017

by John Hawthorne, Vitamonk.com What do you know about blood sugar levels? Depending on your experience, you may associate them with kids who have had way too much candy and are frantically running around the house. Or, if you suffer from diabetes, you probably think of regularly jabbing yourself with a needle to make sure […]

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Ebola Requires More Than an Isolation Unit

by Admin 10.15.2014

There is far too much misinformation out there about the spread of Ebola for me to keep silent. As an observer of the health care system for most of my life (married to not one, but two physicians) I was, for example, mystified that Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) has been treating Ebola since […]

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