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Others, such as “ED Med Shop,” focused specifically on one condition (in this case, erectile dysfunction).
But many conventional doctors are also fed up and are jumping on the “alt med” bandwagon.
On Monday, there was Dr. Tara Margarella a trauma resident turned plastic surgeon who was once featured on the show New York Med.
The jurors were thus dually protected when the government called a former figure from New York Med to the stand on Monday.
War on the high seas of the Eastern Med is not inevitable, of course.
So I 'pathed my way through med by reading the minds of my fellows, who were all good espers.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
One time I took him to Greenock, and he couldn't stop wonderin' what med all the houses come together.Cedar Creek|Elizabeth Hely Walshe
According to the records, there's been no Med Ship inspection here for twelve standard years.
This is the first Med Ship visit in twelve standard years, I believe, which is inexcusable.
Things have pretty well gone to pot so far as the Med Service in this sector is concerned, but we're trying to straighten it out.