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10 Natural Ways to Combat Pain–Part 2

10 Natural Ways to Combat Pain–Part 2

Salmon, Sardines, Herring Sore neck? Joint pain? Achy back? Filling your diet with fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids and low in mercury have been shown to relieve some of these common ailments, back pain in particular. Taking fish oil supplements–1,200 mg or more...
10 Natural Ways to Combat Pain–Part 1

10 Natural Ways to Combat Pain–Part 1

The number of American’s who experience pain–chronic pain–on a regular basis is quite jarring: over 100 million individuals, according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine. At a number so high, it’s difficult to not view chronic pain as an...
Women & Anesthesiology Pt. 2

Women & Anesthesiology Pt. 2

This gender gap directly affects anesthesiology.  We starve ourselves of brilliant doctors solely because of their gender.  There is a common misconception that just because men and women are being paid the same, that they are being treated fairly.  A recent article...
Women & Anesthesiology Pt. 1

Women & Anesthesiology Pt. 1

Last month, I analyzed some of the top medical schools for aspiring anesthesiologists. There is a bright future for these doctors with a great education and formidable credentials. The problem remains, however, that not all of these schools can set women up for the...
New President of the ASRA Named

New President of the ASRA Named

On Saturday, May 16th, the annual Excellence in ASRA Awards Luncheon was held in Las Vegas, Nevada to celebrate notable cutting-edge research, research grants, and awards and presentations in the anesthesiology and pain management fields. Among those receiving honors...

Top Medical Schools for Anesthesiology

When searching for a doctor of any kind, you want the best of the best. When you’re a future doctor searching for a medical degree, you, too, want the best of the best. Here’s a breakdown of the top four medical schools in the country for anesthesiology and why...