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Research shows that by adhering to certain practices, doctors may have curbed CLABSI incidences over the past 20 years.
New research shows that insomnia may lead to increased use of health services and hospitals.
Dermatologic knowledge is often lacking in hospitalist medicine. Therefore, to treat certain skin problems, including those from hazardous work environments, dermatologists offer hospitalists several tips on skin care.
By following certain guidelines and vouching for their rights, patients and their advocates can ensure their safety while staying in hospitals.
New research shows that after-hours pediatric treatment in intensive care units does not increase death risk among child patients.
Research shows that more than a third of stroke patients fail to call EMS during their emergencies. Getting to an ER and beginning treatment quickly is imperative, suggesting the importance of calling up an ambulance.
Obesity, a growing trend in the U.S., is a costly health risk. Cardiovascular and orthopedic problems among obese individuals lead to pricey medical care.
There are several points to consider when trying to find a great physician job. With many physician job oppurtunities on the market, prospective employees can choose from a variety of facilities.
Medical professionals use online social media to assist their patients. A new guideline by the American College of Physicians explains how to use these online platforms professionally.