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Opposition to Obamacare may doom the GOP, especially among Hispanic voters | The Republican Party is having a hard time dealing with the rebuke it received in the November elections. Party leaders pretty quickly determined that the growing Hispanic vote could not be ignored and that immigrant bashing might not be the wisest policy to pursue. That’s led to talk of some compromise on immigration reform with the Democrats, although I’ll believe it when I see a law passed by Congress.

2014 will continue to be a year of transformation as the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and its changes ripple through the healthcare industry.

Cleveland Clinic CEO: Four ingredients in our 'secret sauce' - The Advisory Board Daily Briefing

The Advisory Board Company helped to sponsor our Hokie Health Codeathon, showing their passion for the future of healthcare

Article: The impersonal nature of medical school personal statements via KevinMD.  Your personal statement is the ONLY chance to tell the admission committee members about who YOU are as a person! What will you ADD to the school? What event(s) have shaped you as a person and how will it translate into making you a better med student and doctor? ... Just a few tips.  #premed #medschool #personalstatement

The impersonal nature of medical school personal statements

‘Any experienced physician knows that there are fads in just as there are in fashion, and today’s may be tomorrow’s

ATVs: Injuries are part of the terrain  http://www.aaos.org/news/aaosnow/apr11/clinical2.asp#

Total Knee Replacement in the Younger Patient: It’s Happening, but Is It Reasonable?

New York researchers at Mount Sinai are easing the relentless itch of ‪eczema‬ with a new drug. Dubbed a “breakthrough” therapy by the FDA, it treats eczema’s source rather than just its symptoms.

A new treatment for eczema.sounds very promising.

Right to Know: Why the FDA Should Not Be Cut Out of Expanded Access Requests

Right to Know: Why the FDA Should Not Be Cut Out of Expanded Access Requests

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