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Will COVID-19 cause the end of private practice in medicine? | Expert Opinion – The Philadelphia Inquirer

It is sad that the era of private practice medicine may be ending. Many practices, even the largest ones, have seen income plummet during the pandemic. Some may not reopen, and others will struggle. Hospitals will absorb their practices and life will go on. In the scheme of loss and tragedy from COVID-19, this is… Read More »

What should you do if your usual pharmacy is closed right now? – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Around the country, affected businesses have included pharmacies. CVS, for example, has seen more than 250 stores in 21 states damaged over the last few days, with about 60 stores currently remaining closed, a CVS Health representative said. Related stories David Thompson, 50, who lives near 63rd and Lansdowne, said that in Philadelphia, residents in… Read More »

Medical mystery: A headache that wouldn’t go away – The Philadelphia Inquirer

After she tried pain medication, physical therapy and massage to the area, muscle relaxants, anti-seizure medications, and chiropractic treatments, her doctor performed various diagnostic tests. An MRI of the brain and sinuses, and a full eye exam all came back normal. This was good news, as it ruled out some more serious causes of headaches… Read More »

Suspect in custody after ‘potential threat’ directed at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine – The Philadelphia Inquirer

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Suspect in custody after ‘potential threat’ directed at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine  The Philadelphia Inquirer Temple University’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine closed due to potential threat  WPVI-TV Temple University’s Lewis Katz School Of Medicine Closed Due To ‘Potential Threat’  CBS Philly Threat Closes Temple University’s School of Medicine; Hospital, Health… Read More »

#MeToo Meets Medicine: Philly doctors fight sex harassment, pay gaps by joining Time’s Up Healthcare – The Philadelphia Inquirer

In response, Philadelphia signatories, found on the group’s website timesuphealthcare.org, include Drexel University College of Medicine, Einstein Health Network, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Penn State College of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, and Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden. So far, Penn has not signed. "Medicine|Pharmacology" –… Read More »