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2019 ACAM Annual Meeting
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October 16-17, 2019
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Dr. Sakhshat Flowers' New Jersey practice of Harmonic Medicine flows from what he calls the Unified Theory of Disease: The African, Chinese, Ayurvedic, Native American, and Eclectic American Sages saw many acute, and

most chronic diseases as starting in the GI tract.

He initially started on a typical, modern medical training path. He earned board certification as an OB-GYN before pursuing a Master's degree in Chinese medicine, completing a fellowship in nutrition and learning even more techniques from there.

"I did a number of things to broaden my view of medicine," he said. "Because I began to feel that was an issue for me. There was just a lot more out there that I needed to know that I didn't know."

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Conferences are a critical part of career development, from forming lasting professional relationships and learning new skills to brushing up on the latest research and engaging in ethics discussions. But for many
of us, conferences are not just thrilling, but also exhausting, intimidating and stressful. To make the most of the packed schedules and your limited energy, try to:

  • take breaks
  • attend smaller conferences
  • start with a goal
  • schedule meetings in advance
  • experiment and practice

Read more from "An introvert's guide to networking at conferences."

 
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Despite a lack of testing, 5G is being rolled out nationwide. 5G networks will be substantially different than the 4G networks currently in use. Whereas current 4G networks use up to 6 GHz, 5G will use frequencies between 24 GHz and 100 GHz, known as millimeter-wave frequencies. These smaller waves are more easily blocked by trees, buildings, and other objects in the world, which necessitates erecting many "small cell" towers to support
the network.

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