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CNBC’s Sharon Epperson learns about her

After Sharon Epperson, CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent, survived a brain hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm in September 2016, she devoted herself to learning more about her family’s medical history. Several relatives had died from cerebral hemorrhages in the past, but she had never asked many questions about it. “I knew my mother’s older sister […]

How Gathering a Family Medical History C...

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – According to National Institute of Health, knowing your family’s medical history can not only reveal warning signs of a genetic disease, but can also provide health care providers with information to recommend treatment, assess and possibly reduce the risk. risk. He also indicated that knowing your family’s history can help improve […]

Special forces’ “green beret” goes down

Army Lt. Alex Villahermosa recently became the very first Uniform Services University (USU) medical student to receive the Order of Military Medical Merit, or O2M3. The award was presented by the Army Medical Service (AMEDD) for his significant contributions to the regiment. On February 11, 2021, Villahermosa was awarded for his achievements in a small […]

10 black doctors who marked the history ...

February is Black History Month. DoctorSense takes a moment to honor the enduring legacy of black physicians’ many contributions to medicine. There have been barriers broken, breakthroughs created, and new ways of thinking about human health generated. These 10 black doctors changed and improved medicine forever. Born in 1762 and having lived and worked most […]