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New Game Changers in Medicine Episode About the Discovery of the X-Ray Premieres October 14

NEW YORK, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Game Changers in Medicine, the new monthly podcast from Dramatic Health, premieres its fourth episodeX-Rays: This invisible diagnostic light was born in the dark 125 years ago” on October 14, 2020. The use of radiation in medicine and dentistry revolutionized diagnostic techniques, and its applications went beyond the healthcare field to areas like airport security.  Produced by Dramatic Health co-founder and CEO Sean T. Moloney, the series is hosted by renowned medical futurist Dr. Rubin Pillay of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).

For details on the podcast series, visit www.gamechangersinmedicine.com 

The Dramatic Health and Game Changers in Medicine teams have gathered a distinguished group of experts to discuss the science and serendipity behind the discovery of the X-ray. Dr. Daniel Margolis, professor of radiology for Weill Cornell Medical College and the head of the

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By iwano@_84

Longtime ex-Major Leaguer dies, NFL game postponed, Ohio travel ban, more – coronavirus timeline Sept. 26-Oct. 2

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Here is our regular roundup of coronavirus facts, figures and numbers regarding Cleveland, Ohio, the United States and the world Sept. 26-Oct. 2:

Sept. 26: Cleveland has 19 new cases of coronavirus. Longtime Major League Baseball player Jay Johnstone (above, top right photo) dies of complications resulting from coronavirus. He played for eight teams in 20 years (1966-85). The jovial prankster was 74.

Sept. 27: It’s reported that Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh (above, top left photo) has tested positive and spent time in the hospital. The Ohio Department of Health says the state has 800 new cases, bringing the total to 150,809. A total of 4,741 people have died from the virus. Cleveland records 11 cases, taking the city’s total numbers to 5,454. Ages of victims range from 9 to 69. Death toll worldwide stands around 998,000.

Sept. 28: Kent State University quarantines 44 students

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How a medicine ball can improve your game

Athlete. This isn’t the first word that comes to mind for most when describing a golfer.



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Over the upcoming weeks, Averee Dovsek will share golf related fitness tips to keep you in the best shape to start optimizing your game like an athlete. Core work, nutrition, spine mobility, glute strength, and more— she will cover it all.

Many golfers spend too much time worrying about what their game looks like on the course, but it all starts off the course.

Combine what you learn through these fitness videos with Steve Scott’s instruction series and you will be a different golfer on and off the course.

Watch the first episode of “Fitness with Averee” above and keep an eye out for future episodes.

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Regenerative Medicine, A Game Changer

One of the new up and coming fields that you should know about is regenerative medicine. It’s growing quickly and will likely affect the business you do in the near future, if it hasn’t already.

The reason regenerative could be a game changer, if it lives up to its potential, is that instead of treating diseases, these companies are working on being able to replace, re-engineer or regenerate human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function by targeting the root cause of disease. That means no more long term medicinal regimes or treatments to stave off diseases, a huge industry shift.

Regenerative medicine is at the nexus between several other existing areas in the medical world. Biology, chemistry, engineering and physical sciences all play a role in the emerging industry, so its a large and diverse playing field for researchers and its growing all of the time.… Read More