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Cold medicine murder: Wife stabbed dozens of times by husband, autopsy shows
USA TODAY
A North Carolina woman whose husband told a 911 dispatcher he might have killed his wife after taking too much cold medicine had 123 stab wounds and cuts on her body, according to an autopsy. Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps, 29, had 123 stab wounds ...
Aspiring preacher who claimed too much cold medicine made him murder his wife 'stabbed her 123 TIMES and left her ...Daily Mail

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Crain's Detroit Business

DMC in talks to build new sports medicine facility for Tigers, Red Wings
Crain's Detroit Business
The Detroit Medical Center is in negotiations to build a sports medicine facility jointly for the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers sandwiched between the new Little Caesars Arena to the south and the under-construction Wayne State University Mike ...

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PEOPLE.com

'Cold medicine murder' victim was stabbed dozens of times, autopsy shows
ABC News
A woman whose husband told 911 that he thought he stabbed her to death after taking too much cold medicine suffered over 100 wounds, according to an autopsy report. The 123 sharp-force injuries to 29-year-old Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps included ...
Victim in 'cough medicine' slaying case had 123 cuts and stab wounds, autopsy showsNews & Observer
Cold Medicine Killing: Woman Had 123 Knife Wounds - PeoplePEOPLE.com
Autopsy: Wife stabbed 123 times in cold medicine murderKTRK-TV

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NPR

Drug Companies Make Eyedrops Too Big, And You Pay For The Waste
NPR
If you've ever put in eyedrops, some of them have almost certainly spilled onto your eyelid or cheek. The good news is the mess doesn't necessarily mean you missed. The bad news is that medicine you wiped off your face is wasted by design — and it's ...

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Medicine Man Technologies Secures a German Tender Client and Establishes a Relationship with Orion GMP Solutions
GlobeNewswire (press release)
DENVER, CO, Oct. 18, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Medicine Man Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: MDCL) (“Medicine Man” or “Company”), one of the United States' leading cannabis branding and consulting companies is pleased to provide an update on ...

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Phys.Org

New 3-D imaging technique for future precision medicine toolbox
Phys.Org
A 3-D-printed custom device holds a motor (left) that spins the tube containing the sample. The device sits on the stage of an upright microscope while a laser source below the stage creates 2-D images of the collagen contained in the rotating sample ...



Lexington Dispatch

Operation Medicine Drop returns to Davidson County
Lexington Dispatch
Through a program called Operation Medicine Drop, the organization will allow the public to drop off expired and unused prescription drugs to Thomasville Fire Station No. 2 at 815 S. Highway 109. The drop-off times will be 9:30-11 a.m. and 2- 4 p.m ...



Harvard Magazine

Stuart Harris and wilderness medicine | Harvard Magazine
Harvard Magazine
Stuart Harris and the austere practice of wilderness physicians.

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GoodHousekeeping.com (blog)

This Mom's Viral Hack for Getting Babies to Take Medicine Is Pure Genius
GoodHousekeeping.com (blog)
The American Academy of Pediatrics advises talking to your pediatrician before you administer any medicine to a child younger than 2. An expert can help you calculate the proper dose (based on the toddler's weight, not age) and answer any questions as ...
This Mom's Brilliant Hack For Giving Babies Medicine Will Change Your Life!POPSUGAR
This Mom's Hack for Getting Babies to Take Medicine Is GeniusUs Weekly
This Genius Mom Hack Makes Giving Baby's Medicine a BreezeCafeMom
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Healthcare IT News

Next-generation sequencing is bringing precision medicine into the clinical realm
Healthcare IT News
Genomic sequencing has come a long way in a short time, and its potential to drive even faster innovations in precision medicine is enormous. To capitalize on that opportunity, however, health systems need data – lots of it, from all sorts of people.


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