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Anatomy of an NHL Goalie

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Other anatomy lessons: - Anatomy of an American Football - Anatomy of a Contact Precaution Stethoscope - Anatomy of CT Scanners - Anatomy of a Cute Baby - Anatomy of the Ear - Anatomy of a Pager - Anatomy of a...

Most Popular Medical Questions of 2016 by State

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2016 is complete, and we combed through the data at Google to find out what were the most popular medical questions asked by state (click the map to enlarge): What is New England's obsession with...
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MEDCOMIC Cartoons: Hilarious Medical Learning (Volume 1)

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MEDCOMIC creator Jorge Muniz has created a funny and effective way to help study for that next test!  We posted a few of his many cartoons below, and if you like them, be sure...
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CDC Issues Blood Gravy Content Chart for Thanksgiving

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ATLANTA, GA - Ahead of Thanksgiving, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has issued a new blood gravy content (BCG) chart, reminding family and other loved ones that "friends don't let friends drive...
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Infographic: Who Should Really Be Primary?

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It's a question that has plagued mankind since the beginning of time, or least, mankind: Who should really be primary on this patient?  Gomerblog has searched through the literature, spending well over 15 maybe...
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Florence Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing 2016 Interpretation

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Florence Nightingale, "The Lady with the Lamp," is the modern founder of the nursing profession and wrote Notes on Nursing: What It Is and What It Is Not in 1859, which has become a...
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Mutations in the Anti-Vaxxers’ Brain Discovered

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Scientists have made a major breakthrough in understanding the brain functions of anti-vaccine proponents (anti-vaxxers).  Mutations in the Y74 gene encode for these transformations.  Environmental factors, such as US/UK location, lack of a formal education, Facebook...
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