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  • Category: Medical Negligence

    Physician Burnout: a Public Health Crisis

    We have written about physician burnout in the past, but according to a new report by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, our country is now facing a major medical and public health crisis because of how widespread the problem has become. In the new report titled “A Crisis In Health Care: A[…]

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    Exercising After a Heart Attack

    According to findings from a recent study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, low amounts of exercise in the year following a heart attack can greatly reduce a person’s likelihood of dying from associated cardiac events. Quick Stats on Heart Attacks The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that every[…]

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    Healthcare Infections: Almost 100,000 Casualties Every Year

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), not enough progress has been made when it comes to preventing healthcare-associated infections. Even though medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the United States, the agency estimates that at any given point – and on any given day – an average of[…]

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    Stethoscopes and Deadly Infections

    According to recent medical research, stethoscopes that are used in intensive care units are teeming with dangerous bacteria, this leads to unhealthy and contaminated stethoscopes. Since healthcare acquired infections – also known as HAIs – are involved in at least 100,000 fatalities every year, limiting preventable infections is critical. Research shows that implementing safety and[…]

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    Are 80% of Heart Attacks and Strokes Preventable?

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are urging people to more seriously prioritize their health, especially since the agency’s new numbers on heart attacks and strokes were just released. The findings indicate that 80% of the heart attacks and strokes happening every year are avoidable – and largely by making simple lifestyle changes,[…]

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