Origins of the Drug Resistant Pandemic
Origins of the Drug Resistant Pandemic

For most, prescribing antibiotics is a simple decision made reflexively. However, that decision, seemingly logical in the moment, becomes dangerous when applied across all of healthcare.

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Summer of Healthcare
Summer of Healthcare

This summer promises to be tumultuous with many polarizing health issues coming to a head. The pending convergence provides an opportunity to see common underlying legal trends.

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Addressing Developmental Delays in Pandemic Babies Lacking Social Interactions
Addressing Developmental Delays in Pandemic Babies With Lost Social Interactions

It is hard to say if children who suffer from these delays can be caught up or if they will require continued services or special education into elementary school and beyond.

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Selective Outrage in Healthcare, RaDonda Vaught vs. William Husel
Selective Outrage in Healthcare, RaDonda Vaught vs. William Husel

The growing government encroachment in healthcare has led to high-profile criminal cases that otherwise would be administrative concerns. How we react to the inevitable injustice indicates how we empathize in healthcare.

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Achoo! Essential Reads for Pollen Season
Achoo! Essential Reads for Pollen Season

As pollen travels, it also triggers allergies in some 25 million Americans. Pollen exposure can cause sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes, runny nose and postnasal drip – unwelcome signs of spring for sufferers. This roundup of articles from our archives describes recent findings on protecting pollinators and coping with pollen season.

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Long COVID Leaves Newly Disabled People Facing Old Barriers
Long COVID Leaves Newly Disabled People Facing Old Barriers

Up to one-third of COVID-19 survivors will acquire the condition known as long or long-haul COVID-19.

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Why Black and Hispanic Seniors Are Left With a Less Powerful Flu Vaccine
Why Black and Hispanic Seniors Are Left With a Less Powerful Flu Vaccine

“Since you have an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease in the African American community, it inherently disadvantages this population to give them the standard-dose vaccine,” said Dr. Keith Ferdinand.

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Why the Opioid Epidemic is Poorly Reported
Why the Opioid Epidemic is Poorly Reported

Few medical crises as large as the opioid epidemic have been so poorly reported. We present the results from our internal surveys to explain how such rampant misreporting transpired.

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Alopecia is No Laughing Matter for Millions of Black American Women
Alopecia is No Laughing Matter for Millions of Black American Women

Alopecia is a medical word that refers to hair loss generally. And there are descriptors added which can refer to where the hair loss is occurring, or to the cause of it.

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Mapping Shifts in Healthcare Labor Markets
Mapping Shifts in Healthcare Labor Markets

For how much we discuss staffing shortages and limited access to care, we have a poor sense of the labor market in healthcare, and an even worse sense of the pending post-pandemic trends.

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The Fight Over Inoculation During the 1721 Boston Smallpox Epidemic
The Fight Over Inoculation During the 1721 Boston Smallpox Epidemic

Although inoculations were themselves a risky practice and carried a not-insignificant health risk, this data demonstrates that inoculations were significantly less fatal than the naturally occurring virus.


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