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Some Doctors Can Now Phone It In
The Washington Post

Teleconferencing hasn’t really taken off in most areas of medicine, as doctors still need to see patients in person. But in at least one field -- dermatology -- camera phones are making it easier to get a swift opinion.


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U.S. Working to Speed Transplants
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The federal government plans to spend $200 million to shorten the time people must wait for organ transplants.

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Berkeley Wellness—Good news for egg lovers: A relatively high intake of dietary cholesterol, including an egg a day, is not associated with increased risk of coronary artery disease, according to new research.
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