Posted Tue, 2013/11/19 - 23:31 by Fred LeeMedical tourism is an increasingly popular choice to obtain affordable and quality healthcare, and for good reason.
Posted Tue, 2013/01/29 - 21:44 by Fred LeeDoctors now believe that declining eye health could be an indicator of a larger problem with the brain.
Posted Tue, 2012/10/09 - 21:43 by Fred LeeAcupuncture has shown promise as a safe, effective, and more economical alternative to knee surgery.
Posted Thu, 2012/09/20 - 20:37 by Fred LeeWhile survivors of heart failure are advised to be sedentary, tai chi could be a safe and effective way to get some exercise in order to improve their quality of life and physical and emotional state.
Posted Mon, 2012/03/26 - 21:12 by Fred LeeA natural painkiller from the rainforests of Peru may offer patients effective relief from painful injections during dental procedures.
Posted Tue, 2011/03/29 - 03:53 by Amer KaissiWhile social media and instant messaging have taken over communication in the modern world, many people are still hesitant to use these new ways when interacting with their own doctor.
Posted Wed, 2011/03/02 - 22:09 by Amer KaissiA recent study suggests that that haphazard communication and poor coordination between ER and primary care doctors can negatively affect patient care.
Posted Wed, 2011/02/23 - 10:30 by Amer KaissiDoctors may be posting inappropriate messages on their Twitter sites, which is cause for concern.
Posted Thu, 2011/02/17 - 21:36 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that doctors’ uniforms get contaminated with bacteria a few hours after putting them on, but that there is no difference in contamination between short-sleeved and long-sleeved uniforms.
Posted Wed, 2011/02/16 - 21:00 by Amer KaissiSpecialty doctors are hesitant to provide on-call coverage for hospital emergency rooms, unless they get paid extra for it.