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Homeless People Are Getting Hospitalized More Often Than What We Thought

Homeless People Are Getting Hospitalized More Often Than What We Thought

3 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Hospitalizations for homeless people are on the rise, finds a new study. Mental illness and substance use have been found to be the main cause of their hospitalizations.
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Blanchfield Army Community Hospital hires Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician

3 hours ago   |   Topix

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's primary care team recently hired against a much needed vacancy in an extremely difficult medical specialty position to fill - a...
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Despite guidelines, more than 100 ways PPE doffing process can fail

13 hours ago   |   Healio

Experts at Johns Hopkins Hospital identified more than 100 ways that health care workers can potentially self-contaminate while doffing personal protective equipment, despite...
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Valve Surgery and Opioids; Hospital Alarm Fatigue: It's PodMed Double T!

14 hours ago   |   MedPageToday

This week's topics also include prostatectomy versus watchful waiting, and flu vaccines and heart failure
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Amy Schumer's Very Realistic Pregnancy Selfie Is So Damn Relatable

Amy Schumer's Very Realistic Pregnancy Selfie Is So Damn Relatable

17 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Pregnancy is the least glamorous thing ever and we love Amy Schumer for showing that There has been absolutely nothing glamorous or easy about Amy Schumer's pregnancy - and...
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CMS: Declines in hospital-acquired conditions saved almost $3 billion

1 day ago   |   Healio

Between 2014 and 2016, the nation's efforts to reduce hospital-acquired conditions and improve patient safety thwarted about 8,000 deaths and saved $2.9 billion in health care...
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ECDC: Average of 100 outbreaks per week in 2017

ECDC: Average of 100 outbreaks per week in 2017

1 day ago   |   Food Safety

There were an average of 100 food and waterborne outbreaks per week in Europe, according to the 2017 zoonoses report. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and...
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Researchers study abnormal blood glucose levels of patients after hospital discharge

1 day ago   |   News Medical

University of Minnesota Medical School researchers decided to delve into an area where little data currently exists. They wanted to know what happens after these patients with...
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Study finds increasing rate of hospitalizations among homeless individuals

1 day ago   |   News Medical

A homeless individual is one who lacks fixed and reliable housing, and it is estimated that 553,000 people fit that description on any given night in the United States.
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Two-year-old with severe epilepsy `unable to obtain' cannabis

Two-year-old with severe epilepsy `unable to obtain' cannabis

1 day ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Jorja Emerson's family fought for weeks to secure the landmark prescription from a private hospital in London - but they have now been told they face a further delay in...
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Obamacare Will 'Likely' Survive Judge's Ruling, Obama Tweets

Obamacare Will 'Likely' Survive Judge's Ruling, Obama Tweets

He reassures Americans as he reminds people to sign up for the health care program before the deadline. Read more ...

Squeezing in a Workout After Your Flu Shot Could Make the Vaccine More Effective

Squeezing in a Workout After Your Flu Shot Could Make the Vaccine More Effective

Just got your flu shot and wondering if it's safe to push through your usual workout? Your arm might be sore for a couple days, but that's no reason to avoid the gym. "There is... Read more ...

Bad back? Ayurvedic massage can reduce chronic lower back pain

Bad back? Ayurvedic massage can reduce chronic lower back pain

Many people try massage for relaxation and pain relief. In Ayurveda, massage and physical therapy have often been used to treat patients with chronic pain syndromes and... Read more ...

New evidence PROVES that air pollution affects the placenta of developing babies

New evidence PROVES that air pollution affects the placenta of developing babies

Women tend to be even more careful about their lifestyle and diet when they're pregnant, but there's one thing they might be forgetting. According to a study, even unborn... Read more ...

Priest Torments Mourners By Condemning Teen's Death By Suicide At His Funeral

Priest Torments Mourners By Condemning Teen's Death By Suicide At His Funeral

During 18-year-old Maison Hullibarger's funeral, a priest criticized him for dying by suicide When Jeff and Linda Hullibarger met with Father LaCuesta ahead of their son's... Read more ...

Study: PQQ may prevent and even reverse Alzheimer's

Study: PQQ may prevent and even reverse Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease may be one of the most fearsome health conditions common among the elderly. Imagine gradually losing your memory while your body weakens. But the risk of... Read more ...

Most Accurate Tool Yet to Predict Asthma in Kids: Study

Most Accurate Tool Yet to Predict Asthma in Kids: Study

Pediatric Asthma Risk Score will become the most common tool used to predict asthma in young children and help prevent the common airway disease from developing, reveals a new... Read more ...

How Allergies in Infants are Impacted by Diet During Pregnancy?

How Allergies in Infants are Impacted by Diet During Pregnancy?

In a longitudinal study of pregnant women across US, many of the women avoided certain allergenic foods to prevent food allergies in infants. Read more ...

BREAKING: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by federal judge. era of forced...

BREAKING: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by federal judge. era of forced government health insurance tyranny comes to an end

In a stunning ruling that's sending shock waves across the nation, a federal judge has ruled that Obamacare - the deceptively named “Affordable Care Act” - violates the United... Read more ...

New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

A study from the University of Geneva backs the age-old knowledge that losing weight requires reducing your caloric intake. However, the researchers say it's not so your body... Read more ...