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Dr. Orin "Fred" Guidry, an anesthesiologist, describes how consciousness during surgery, as depicted in the...
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Bariatric Surgery: An Overview of Weight Loss Surgery
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Bariatric Surgery: The Typical Patient Profile and the Cost Involved
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Blood Transfusion: Receiving Blood
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Child Safety: Driving Education May Prevent Accidents Among Teenagers
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Childhood Obesity: Reducing Calories
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Colon Cancer: Prevention
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Doctors Without Borders: First-Hand Account
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Emergency Medicine: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
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Forensic Pathology: An Overview
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