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The Merger of Technology and Nutrition
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The Merger of Technology and Nutrition

jaredjaureguy - May 26, 2017

The influx of technology in healthcare has revolutionized the domain. It has opened doors for new opportunities in the field of scientific research in anatomy, morphology, and…

3 Surprising Facts About the American Healthcare System
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3 Surprising Facts About the American Healthcare System

Ryan Kh - May 24, 2017

The status of American healthcare has been in the news frequently over the past several months due to the new presidential administration and the desire to reform…

SEO vs Paid Search vs Social Media – Which is Better for Healthcare Marketing
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SEO vs Paid Search vs Social Media – Which is Better for Healthcare Marketing

Rehan Ijaz - May 23, 2017

Digital media has transformed marketing practices in just about every industry. Healthcare marketing has surprisingly been affected by the digital marketing revolution more than most other industries.…

New Protein Could Aid in Therapy for Mesothelioma
Medical Innovations
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New Protein Could Aid in Therapy for Mesothelioma

jennacyprus - May 22, 2017

In the world of oncology, there’s a common consensus that cancer rarely has a single cause. Instead, the majority of cancer forms emerge from a confluence of…

Does Legalized Marijuana Equal More Road Fatalities?
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Does Legalized Marijuana Equal More Road Fatalities?

John Tucker - May 19, 2017

Over the past few years, there has been a significant change in the public’s perception of marijuana. Once cast as a dangerous drug, marijuana has come to…

Antibiotics: Just What the Doctor (Shouldn’t Have) Ordered
Public Health
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Antibiotics: Just What the Doctor (Shouldn’t Have) Ordered

John Tucker - May 19, 2017

When was the last time you had a common cold, like a sore throat, an earache or a sinus infection? These are some of the most common…

What You Should Understand About Medical Negligence
Medical Ethics
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What You Should Understand About Medical Negligence

Larry Alton - May 18, 2017

Medical professionals know that the cost of malpractice insurance has risen dramatically over the past few years in response to changes in care delivery, such as medical…

How Addiction is Segmented Across the United States
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How Addiction is Segmented Across the United States

Ryan Kh - May 18, 2017

Drug use and addiction can happen anywhere in the U.S.; however, its prevalence varies dramatically. New reports are showing that addiction rates are climbing in some areas while…

New Research on Health Benefits of Marijuana Use
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New Research on Health Benefits of Marijuana Use

Ryan Kh - May 17, 2017

For decades, marijuana use has been a very controversial issue. Ever since former President Ronald Reagan launched his War on Drugs campaign, people have viewed marijuana use…

How Healthcare Providers Can Help Detect Pre-Ruptured Membranes
Diagnostics
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How Healthcare Providers Can Help Detect Pre-Ruptured Membranes

Jennifer E. Landis - May 13, 2017

Rupture of the amniotic sack is a normal part of delivery, but when the membranes rupture before the baby is due, both the mother and the infant…

3 Major Ways Cancer Care Has Improved
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3 Major Ways Cancer Care Has Improved

Jennifer E. Landis - May 11, 2017

  Cancer affects more than 1.6 million people every year. Of those cases, the National Cancer Institute estimates nearly 600,000 people will die of the disease or…

New Research Shows How to Lose Weight After 40
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New Research Shows How to Lose Weight After 40

Rehan Ijaz - May 04, 2017

Everyone is at a higher risk of weight gain as they age. There appear to be a number of factors that come into play. Although research hasn’t…

Joint Commission Report Leadership Safety Failures: How to Increase Safety at Your Healthcare Facility Today
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Joint Commission Report Leadership Safety Failures: How to Increase Safety at Your Healthcare Facility Today

JohnHenning - May 03, 2017

While hospital and other healthcare facilities do a wonderful job caring for millions of patients across America every year, often with very tight budgets and limited staff,…

Nutrition Tips to Prevent Childhood Diabetes
Wellness
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Nutrition Tips to Prevent Childhood Diabetes

Ryan Kh - Apr 30, 2017

For decades, scientists have known that poor nutrition is a leading cause of many health problems. These problems include diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer.…

New Research Highlights Treatment Options For Adrenal Fatigue
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New Research Highlights Treatment Options For Adrenal Fatigue

viabrain - Apr 28, 2017

Adrenal fatigue used to be considered a rare disorder, but it appears to be on the rise. According to data from the United States department of health,…

Ways Listen to White Noise Can Improve Your Health
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Ways Listen to White Noise Can Improve Your Health

viabrain - Apr 27, 2017

We live in a very stressful society. Part of the problem is that we are exposed to so many harsh sounds that cause our cortisol levels to…

Noise Disrupts Circadian Rhythms and Causes Other Health Issues
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Noise Disrupts Circadian Rhythms and Causes Other Health Issues

JohnHenning - Apr 25, 2017

Over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas.  In the United States alone, 80.7% of Americans live in cities. Dr Jacob Kumaresan, director of the…

Hidden Dangers of Walking Abnormalities
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Hidden Dangers of Walking Abnormalities

Annie Qureshi - Apr 24, 2017

You have probably read plenty of studies on the importance of sitting correctly. However, we don’t hear nearly as much about the importance of walking correctly, even…

How the Medical Marijuana Industry Is Impacting Big Pharma
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How the Medical Marijuana Industry Is Impacting Big Pharma

Jennifer E. Landis - Apr 24, 2017

With medical marijuana currently legal in its various forms in 28 states and upwards of 1.2 million people using this alternative to traditional medication, this trend is…

Five Reasons Why Physicians Need to Use Social Media
Social Media
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Five Reasons Why Physicians Need to Use Social Media

Rehan Ijaz - Apr 24, 2017

Physician participation in social media is a health care imperative according to Dr. Kevin Pho, a practicing internist and the founder of KevinMD.com, a leading online health portal;…