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25 Oct 2020

Author: Dr. Sam Fillingane, OD

Dr. Sam Fillingane Daytime Nap
Research

Army study reveals daytime naps are not ‘good’ 

According to a study recently conducted by the United States Army, daytime naps may not be good for the body. It’s clear that a good night’s sleep is a much better option. But are daytime naps actually bad for the body overall? Much of Dr….

Dr. Sam Fillingane E-Learning
Osteopathic Medicine

Osteopathic Medicine School Goes Digital 

This school year, from Kindergarten to PhD level, things are looking a little different due to COVID-19. William Carey University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine followed suit in the adjustments. The school bell is ringing differently across the nation for the Fall semester of 2020.  This…

Sam Fillingane DO Noorda College
Osteopathic Medicine, Research

Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine 

The Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine was just recently proposed. Now, the institution is kicking things off by recruiting its first-ever inaugural class of students. Here’s what Sam Fillingane, DO has to say about the update: Just recently, Noorda College proposed an Osteopathic Medicine focus. …

Sam Fillingane Idaho State University
Osteopathic Medicine

ISU to Offer Dual MHA, DO Program 

Prospective and currently enrolled students at Idaho State College of Osteopathic Medicine will now have the opportunity to pursue a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) and Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) — simultaneously — beginning Fall 2020. For students interested in diversifying their academic qualifications…

Dr. Sam Fillingane, DO Mental Health Disorders
Mental Health

Destigmatizing Mental Health Disorders 

A recent study suggests that destigmatizing mental health disorders within youth populations could improve the likelihood that individuals in need of help will seek treatment. Dr. Sam Fillingane discusses Bruce Link’s research, as published in Pediatrics. A study conducted by Bruce Link and a team…