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    honesty in medicine

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    When we discuss about the honesty in medicine, there will be multitudinous facts regarding this topic. First things first. Honesty in medicine is a fundamental pillar as well as cornerstone of our profession as a doctor who works in medical field. Honesty plays a crucial role in the field of medicine. In medicine, we are often the one who deliver the brutal honesty to our patients. In order to relieve the fears and anxieties of the patients, should physicians choose not to tell the naked truth to

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    Sports Medicine The career I chose is sports medicine. Sports medicine is a career based on helping those injured whether they are an athlete or a 23-year-old in a car accident. After doing some research on which career is best for me, I chose sports medicine because I have a fascination with helping those that may be hurt, out of shape, or in rehab and need to get back on their feet. Sports medicine has always been my dream job because it fills that desire for me to help those that are injured

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    Computers in Medicine

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    advancement of computers, medicine stands out from the rest. The medical field is continuously using the newest technology to better the treatment and diagnosis of patients in order to help people. There are many different aspects in which technology is being used to improve the field of medicine. This technology aids in administrative matters, non-direct healthcare, and specialized medical equipment in fields such as pharmaceuticals, radiology, virtual surgery and virtual medicine. In administrative

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    Herbal Medicine

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    Herbal Medicine I would like to start out by saying a verse from Genesis 1:29-30 “And God said, behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to everything that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so.” This verse from the bible has

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    The Ethics of Medicine

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    tea. Hard decisions always have to be made in medicine. These decisions include things as simple as whether or not to give a patient a minimally invasive surgery, and as complex as what to do in the case of a young girl becoming pregnant and wanting an abortion, against her parent's wishes or knowledge. I first became interested in the Hippocratic Oath after spending seven months researching medical ethics and fallibility of humans practicing medicine. While researching new medical practices, I stumbled

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    Medicine River

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    Medicine River I enjoyed the book Medicine River, by Thomas King as well as the movie, which was based on the book. Although there were profound differences between the two, they were both pleasantly constructed. Having been instructed to read the book first, I was able to experience the full effect of the story and the message that the author intended for his readers. Although the book and the movie clearly relayed the same story, I would’ve better enjoyed the movie if it had included more incidents

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    Medicine in the Future

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    important fields that is changing today is medicine. Medicine's goal is to not only increase the longevity of a person's life but also the quality so that they can enjoy the moments they have with their loved ones on this planet. In the future the medical field will become more technologically advanced through the new frontiers provided by genetics, bio-medical engineering, and nanotechnology in pharmaceuticals. In the past 30 years the foundation of medicine has been shaken by the discovery of the

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    Medicine as a profession encompasses numerous areas that strongly relate to everyday life. It provides us an opportunity to connect to people on multiple levels and maintain a lifelong relationship with them. This is the reason why I decided to pursue medicine. Diabetes in particular has always been my focus of interest. After completing my medical education, I started my professional career in Pakistan. Being a developing country, resources were scarce and general health care was not available

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    Marijuana in Medicine

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    receptors that will activate and deactivate through certain biological events.( "Medical Use of Cannabis") The most common type of cannabinoid used is Cannabis indica. This specific species of the plant has higher levels of THC, which can be used in medicine. While we have recently discovered the medical purposes, marijuana has been used from as early as 2737 B.C.E. An emperor of China, Shen Neng, used marijuana tea to treat memory loss, gout, and malaria. In India, medical marijuana was used as a remedy

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    possible. Medicine is very important to prevent diseases before infecting people or treat them after they get sick. In the last fifteen years, medicine has been incredibly improving from what it was previously, but it still shares several traits with traditional methods. Traditional and modern medicine are methods of treatment that have similarities and differences between them. Medicine is a science which deals with the study of diseases and injuries that impair human and how to cure them. Medicine means

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