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The PMD Critical List: NFL Doctors Don't Agree on What Jeopardizes Players' Health
Thanksgiving is around the corner and that means the three â€œFsâ€ are within armâ€™s reach â€“ family, football, and food. Speaking of football, the story topping this weekâ€™s PMD Critical List addresses how physicians in the NFL differ in opinion on playersâ€™ health.
The PMD Critical List: Celebrities Shell Out for Unusual Medical Procedures
Elective medical procedures are all the rage with celebrities â€“ and weâ€™re talking way beyond nose jobs and breast augmentations. That story tops this weekâ€™s PMD Critical List.
Crime Fiction Takes on a Touch of Travel Writing
Writers of crime fiction usually offer fast, intense reads to their fans. The field has expanded. The many forms of crime writing today include political thrillers, police procedurals, psychological suspense novels, detective fiction, and legal mysteries â€“ for starters.
The PMD Critical List: Median Compensation for Physician Leaders Increases to $350,000
Physicians in leadership positions experienced an 8% compensation increase from 2013 to 2016. That story tops this weekâ€™s PMD Critical List.
Minneapolis' Memories Part 3: Minnesota's Largest City Holds on to Its History
Thereâ€™s something cheerless about how a city gets developed and immediately the big upscale hotels start building to have a presence. That isnâ€™t an issue in Minneapolis.
The PMD Critical List: Doctors Face Discrimination, Too
Physicians arenâ€™t exempt from patientsâ€™ prejudice, but there are ways to handle those tough situations. That story tops this weekâ€™s PMD Critical List.
Minneapolis' Memories Part 2: Minnesota's Largest City Holds on to Its History
Minneapolis is essentially an American story â€“ a story of enterprising engineering, confident success, rolled-up sleeves hard work, then collapse of industry and the need to re-invent itself.
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