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28 June 2017

20 Medical Technology Advances: Medicine in the Future – Part I

There are so many amazing things going on worldwide in medicine and healthcare, a shortlist of some of the greatest ideas and developments would give us a glimpse into the future of medicine. It is always a challenge to detect the projects with the biggest potential to be used in everyday medical practices, but here are the most promising candidates for fulfilling this notion.

Source: The Medical Futurist


26 June 2017

Breast implant techniques vary widely around the world

Hospitals test older physicians on mental and physical acuity, raising questions of fairness, scientific validity and ageism.

In February, Robert Brown received an email that left him troubled. The New Jersey hospital where the 71-year-old pediatrician was practicing informed him that doctors age 72 and older would have to take a test to assess their physical and mental health—or risk losing their privileges.

Source: Medscape


24 June 2017

When are doctors too old to practice?

Hospitals test older physicians on mental and physical acuity, raising questions of fairness, scientific validity and ageism.

In February, Robert Brown received an email that left him troubled. The New Jersey hospital where the 71-year-old pediatrician was practicing informed him that doctors age 72 and older would have to take a test to assess their physical and mental health—or risk losing their privileges.

Source: Wall Street Journal


22 June 2017

Cosmetic surgery checks so patients can check if doctors are trained

A former Health Secretary has tabled a bill to protect those going under the knife for cosmetic reasons.

The changes would mean that consumers are able to check whether their doctor has any qualifications in the field in which they work

Source:The Telegraph


22 June 2017

Millennial men cause a boom in male plastic surgery - with nose jobs, moob reductions and ear pinning at the top of the list.

  • Around 31% of men revealed they would be interested in plastic surgery
  • Millennials made up 92% of those who said they would go under the knife
  • Most said they wanted to have surgery to feel better about themselves
  • The most common procedures are nose jobs, ear pinning and breast reduction
  • Cosmetic surgery for men has skyrocketed 325 percent since 1997

Source: Mail Online