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    (CNN)Dartmouth College's Geisel School of Medicine has dropped all sanctions against 17 students accused of cheating on online exams this spring, according to an email from Dean Duane Compton to students this week. "Upon further review and based on new information received from our learning management system provider, I have decided to dismiss all the honor code charges for students...
    An Ivy League school has dropped its investigation into medical students after it accused them of cheating during online examinations. The Dean of Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine apologised to the 17 students that were charged with cheating in March in an email to the school community. 'I have apologized to the students for what they have been through and...
    The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association (JAPA) published a paper Wednesday, which described “whiteness” as a mental condition. In the paper titled “On Having Whiteness,” Dr. Donald Moss, a graduate of the University of Michigan’s medical school and a psychiatrist with 50 years in the field, defined whiteness as a “malignant, parasitic-like” condition that does not have a permanent...
    NUTLEY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine has graduated its first class. The medical school opened in 2018 with the goal of addressing a doctor shortage in New Jersey. READ MORE: MTV VMAs Returning In-Person To Barclays Center This September CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas shows us how it hopes it’s different approach to training can create healthier communities. With...
    "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak shared a personal milestone about his son earlier this week on the show.  Sajak is father to two children, son Patrick, 30, and daughter Margaret, 26, whom he shares with his wife, Lesly Brown-Sajak. The 74-year-old host and TV personality took time out of Monday’s episode to banter with co-host Vanna White about his...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Public Schools says it is aware of a federal lawsuit which names the district’s incoming superintendent, Alex Marrero. He and other leadership members of the New Rochelle School District in New York are being sued for their alleged response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit claims Marrero and other defendants silenced and impeded the school district’s medical...
    CALL the Midwife fans were reduced to tears as grown-up Timothy Turner left home to go to medical school in the series ten finale. Call the Midwife’s series ten finale on Sunday featured a poignant time for the Turner family as Timothy readies to leave for medical school in Edinburgh. 4Max first appeared in series two of Call the Midwife...
    YouTube removed a conservative account's video of a Georgia mother emotionally criticizing her local school board's mask mandates last month, saying it spread medical misinformation despite not contradicting World Health Organization guidelines. Courtney Ann Taylor called on suburban Atlanta's Gwinnett County school board to stop requiring children to wear masks, saying her 6-year-old daughter and other school-age kids were being...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New York City Schools will reopen fully in September. There will not be a remote option.The first day for students is set for September 13."It's time, it's really time to go full strength now," Mayor de Blasio said in a televised interview.By eliminating the remote option, this announcement also means...
    From tomorrow, May 12, citizens can start applying . 50.00 Federal Assistance For him Internet payment, As a part of Emergency Broadband Benefit Plan Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It offers up $ 100 at a one time discount Buy electronics such as tablets, laptops or desktops. However, to apply for the benefit, you must meet the following requirements: Persons...
    PORTSMOUTH — Southern Ohio Medical Center is accepting patients at its new Northwest Family Practice. The practice is located on the campus of Northwest Local Schools at 812 Mohawk Drive in McDermott, Ohio. This joins SOMC’s Eastern and Western facilities to become SOMC’s third school-based Family Practice. It provides easy access for students, as well as the general public. “We’re...
    A New York mother and her autistic son's neurologist joined "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to speak out after a New York school forced the autistic 5-year-old to wear a mask, despite a note from the doctor saying he was medically exempt. DANIELLE YOUNG, SEBASTIAN'S MOTHER: My son is coming home every day saying 'Mommy, I can’t breathe.  I pick him up and his...
    Dartmouth Medical School has accused 17 students of cheating while taking tests online. Seven of the cases have already been dismissed after the school admitted the students might not have cheated at all. In the past year, many students have had to take exams remotely, as in-person classes have been canceled due to rules implemented in response to the Chinese...
    Dartmouth College has accused 17 medical students of cheating in remote exams after tracking their online activity without their knowledge. The prestigious Ivy League college used its Canvas learning management system to conduct an audit of student's use of electronic devices after receiving a complaint of possible cheating from a faculty member. Canvas is an online platform for teaching and...
    DENVER (CBS4)– The decision for medical marijuana policy is in the hands of school districts in Colorado. Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law that moves the policy from individual principals to school districts. (credit: CBS) Each school board will create its own policy for medical marijuana. If an employee is uncomfortable being involved, they can withdraw themselves...
    NEWARK, New Jersey -- A renowned infectious disease expert and professor at Rutgers University who went to India to help care for his family as infections surge in the country has died from the virus.Dr. Rajendra Kapila, Professor of Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, had been in practice for 50 years in New Jersey.For 40 years, he was...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The current theory on Michael Hernandez’s death inside the Columbia Correctional Institution is that the 31-year-old died from a possible drug overdose, according to two sources familiar with the matter. There were no signs he had been attacked by any other inmates and the prison has video of him collapsing to the ground. READ MORE: Restaurants Nationwide,...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Another morning means another full day of treating patients for physician assistant Brett Feldman. Physician assistant Brett Feldman, the director of Street Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, brings medical care to Los Angeles’ unhoused residents. (CBSLA) “Johnny, how’s it going,” Feldman greets a man recovering from hand surgery. READ MORE: Restaurants Struggling...
    A YOUNG girl died after suffering a "medical episode" at a school in Hertfordshire. The tragic youngster passed away after being rushed to hospital from Marriotts School in Stevenage on Thursday. 1A young girl died after falling ill at Marriotts School in HertfordshireCredit: Marriotts.herts.sch.uk Police said she became unresponsive while at school with emergency crews scrambled at around 1.45pm. Officers...
    Connecticut has become the sixth state to remove religious exemptions from childhood vaccinations. Gov. Ned Lamont made it official on Wednesday, April 28, signing House Bill 6423 “An Act Concerning Immunizations” which removed religious exemptions for children attending pre-K - 12 schools, daycare centers, or other educational institutions. Now only select medical exemptions will be permitted for students entering schools...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired the next generation of doctors, as there's a surge in the number of students in the Tri-State area answering the call to serve.The hope is to bring underserved communities to the frontlines.As the pandemic spread throughout the country, straining hospitals and disproportionately affecting minority communities, many have answered the call...
    The Connecticut Senate has passed a bill that would remove the religious exemption for childhood vaccinations in schools. In a 22 to 14 vote, the Senate passed the controversial bill, which reportedly drew huge crowds of thousands to the State Capitol on Tuesday, April 27 of parents and concerned citizens who were against the legislation and opposed the removal of...
    Students and staff at a Maine elementary school are going above and beyond to care for a school service dog, WMTW reported. Ory the pup is part of the elementary school’s special education department and she has been diagnosed with dysplasia and degenerated hips. The school has set up a GoFundMe page for Ory, who’s only 16 months. The requested...
    A "BUBBLY" little girl has died after suffering a "medical episode" at a primary school in West Yorkshire. The five-year-old has been described as "happy" and "friendly" by her headteacher in a statement announcing her death. 1The 'happy' little girl died after suffering 'a medical episode' at St Matthew's C of E...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- By this coming Monday, San Francisco public school students Pre-K through fifth grade will be fully engaged in in-person learning, a major accomplishment for that school district. Except that, not every teacher is back in the classroom. In fact, close to 20% of the overall staff has obtained medical exceptions, allowing them to continue to work...
    More On: COVID vaccine CDC probing ‘handful’ of new potential J&J vaccine reactions NYC’s COVID infection rate dips below 5% for the first time in months COVID-19 deaths in US rise again during ‘complicated stage’ Walgreens injects saline instead of COVID vax in troubling mix-up Columbia University will require students and staffers to get COVID-19 vaccinations to return to...
    TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans was slammed for asking fans for medical advice about her rash after she claimed she went to "med school". The reality star showed off a red rash on her arm as she asked fans where she might have gotten it. 6Jenelle showed off the rash on her armCredit: TikTok Speaking on her TikTok, Janelle...
    Chika Okeke is a med student at University California, Irvine School of Medicine. She is also a Leadership Education to Advance Diversity–African, Black, and Caribbean (LEAD-ABC) Scholar.Source: Serena Tally As we head into the second year of the coronavirus pandemic, health-care workers have been applauded as heroes for fighting an unpredictable and deadly virus. It's taken a toll on them...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Ron Nixon, global investigations editor at The Associated Press, has won the first-ever News Leader of the Year award from the News Leaders Association. Nixon’s investigative team produced an award-winning series on labor abuses in the palm oil industry. He was nominated by his team, which credited Nixon’s leadership in building diversity and infusing the company...
    A Florida school district fired a teacher after learning she had been using medical marijuana prescribed by a doctor. Allison Enright, who was a teacher at Space Coast Junior/Senior High School, told the school district about the medical marijuana from her doctor after a student pushed her down a flight of stairs and she had to take a drug test,...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – An Orlando-area teacher has been fired for using medical marijuana. The Brevard County School Board voted 3-2 on Tuesday to terminate Allison Enright from her position at Space Coast Junior/Senior High School, Florida Today reported. READ MORE: Family Of South Florida Student Who Choked On Chicken Nugget Gets $2 Million From School District Medical marijuana is...
    A California high school football player has died after he collapsed during a game, officials said. Emmanuel “Manny” Antwi, 18, a senior lineman at Kennedy High School, fell on the sidelines to the ground during the fourth quarter of the team’s season opener Friday night in Greenhaven, the Sacramento Bee reported. He received medical attention, including CPR, before he was...
    More On: high school football Jets bust lands NJ high school coaching gig ‘Healthy’ high school football player dies after first day of practice Texas football player banned from HS sports after attacking ref High school football players suspended following playoff game brawl A California high school football player has died after he collapsed during a game, officials said....
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Kennedy High School football player had a medical emergency during a game against Hiram Johnson Friday night. It’s unclear what caused that medical emergency. The player was reportedly taken to an area hospital. Their condition is unknown at this time. READ MORE: Deadly Crash Forces Lane Closures On Highway 99 In Elk Grove “We do not have...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The University of Minnesota Medical School is studying whether a common diabetes drug could help treat COVID-19. Researchers are in the process of recruiting volunteers for the clinical trial involving Metformin. The drug is FDA approved to treat Type 2 diabetes. READ MORE: Minnesota Officials Link British COVID Variant To Recent Rise In Cases As COVID-19 vaccines...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated guidelines Friday that recommend reducing school social distancing from 6 feet to 3 feet. The move would theoretically allow for more students to be present in classrooms and enable a fuller reopening of schools. “These updated recommendations provide the evidence-based roadmap to help schools reopen safely, and remain open, for in-person...
    Miami : Miami Dade County determined that as of this Wednesday, all employees of the school system, police and firefighters, will be able to receive vaccines in centers operated by the county, regardless of how old they are and without requiring a medical order. Until now, employees were required to be over 50 years of age to be inoculated....
    As efforts to get the country vaccinated against COVID-19 continue, the effects of the vaccines are just now being studied on a group that represents about a quarter of all Americans — children. The vaccines that are currently available to Americans — Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson — have not been tested on children as of yet, but that...
    The Alabama state Senate voted Tuesday to make it a felony for medical professionals to treat minors with hormone therapy or sex change surgery. The bill, sponsored by Republican state Sen. Shay Shelnutt and dubbed the Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, passed through the chamber by a margin of 23-4, according to CBS News. The bill would result in...
    Former Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir asserted Monday that states are causing "irreparable harm" to kids by keeping schools closed. Students need to return to school "immediately", Gioir told "America’s Newsroom"  and jurisdictions like California, Washington D.C., and Oregon are negatively impacting children by sticking with virtual learning. "One thing I want to make sure that everybody knows is we should...
    MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — A small college on the Alabama coast said it will begin offering a new medical degree that will be unique to four Deep South states. The University of Mobile's new doctor of nurse anesthesia practice program will be the only such course of study in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi, the school said in a statement....
    Dr. Princess Dennar (Photo: Tulane University School of Medicine) A running joke in the NFL is that Black assistant coaches only get a head coaching opportunity after the implosion of a white-run regimen. The perception is that Black head coaches are not adequate leaders and their presence may deter fans. Apparently, this idea persists in some medical circles as...
    Researchers from Harvard Medical School are claiming that slavery reparations would have helped limit the spread of COVID-19 for Black people in the U.S. "A restitutive program targeted towards Black individuals would not only decrease COVID-19 risk for recipients of the wealth redistribution, the mitigating effects would also be distributed across racial groups, benefiting the population at large," reads the study...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – In an effort to increase diversity among medical school students, the University of Colorado School of Medicine is celebrating a new scholarship fund. Organizers chose to name it after Dr. Charles J. Blackwood who became the first African American to graduate from the school in 1947 and was in the top 10 of his class. (credit: CU...
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — The University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine has been granted full accreditation in the U.S., campus and state university administrators announced Friday. Recognition by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education completed a process that began in 2016, before the charter class of students arrived at the school in July 2017. Those students are due...
    Dr. Saideh Farahmandnia in Sacramento, Calif., on Feb. 12, 2021. (Salgu Wissmath/The New York Times) Dr. Kristy Cromblin knew that as the descendant of Alabama sharecroppers and the first person in her family to go to college, making it to medical school might seem like an improbable dream. Her parents watched in proud disbelief as she inched closer...