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Feb 8th, 2013
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As President and nation focus on human trafficking, CMA physicians call for intervention by medical professionals

Washington, DC - January 9, 2013--Following President Obama's proclamation marking January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the 16,000-member Christian Medical Association is calling for increased training and awareness among medical professionals to recognize, report and treat victims of modern-day slavery.

As CMA CEO Dr. David Stevens explains, "Studies show that victims of human trafficking often see health care professionals during their captivity, yet typically these cases go unreported. Part of the reason for this tragedy is that health care professionals simply lack formal training on how to recognize and report human trafficking victims."

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E-MD Cyber Crime Protection

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IntelliDex, Inc. News Release Announcement

We invite discussions with potential strategic partners and verified accredited investors (please refer to for the definition of accredited investor) for our start-up computational linguistic (AI) medication knowledge informatics system. IntelliDex Rx ( has developed a highly precise, visually cued and interpretative drug information system that provides pharmacists, physicians and researchers an advantage over...

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Medicine & Public Health Intensive Hybrid Course in Ft. Worth, TX

Concern over healthcare for all people continues to grow, fueled by economic globalization, worldwide news coverage, and the ease with which an epidemic or disaster in distant lands can affect other nations within hours. There also exists a heartening sense of caring that motivates individuals to respond with compassion and action to those who are most in need.

At the completion of the INMED International Medicine & Public Health Intensive Hybrid Course, students in the context of a low-resource community will be able to:

  • Advocate for literacy, economic development, and effective interventions to promote health and prevent death and disability
  • Prevent, diagnose and treat the leading diseases of poverty
  • Prevent, diagnose and treat HIV infection
  • Assure that healthcare interventions are culturally appropriate
  • Effectively mitigate and respond to disaster events
  • Design effective health interventions as part of a leadership team
  • Demonstrate technical proficiency in relevant clinical skills

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The Whole Story on Whole Grains

Whole-grain foods can help people to achieve the daily fiber consumption necessary to maintain cardiovascular health, yet much confusion exists about how healthy certain whole-grain foods actually are. Rebecca Mozaffarian, from Harvard School of Public Health (Massachusetts, USA), and colleagues reviewed 545 grain products commonly available in grocery stores, categorized each food as to its fiber, sugars, sodium, energy, trans-fats, and price. The team found...

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