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, 2011/03/02 - 22:09 by Amer KaissiPeople who are typically diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and associated dementia may actually be suffering from other types of problems, according to a new study.
Posted Wed, 2011/03/02 - 22:08 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that a common osteoporosis drug may be associated with “atypical” fractures for women who take it for longer than five years.
Posted Thu, 2011/02/24 - 21:00 by Amer KaissiA recent article suggests that a popular medical site preys on its users’ fears and vulnerabilities to sell them half-truths and drugs.
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 Wed, 2011/02/23 - 10:30 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that helmets can reduce spine injuries in motorcycle accidents, which debunks an old study that suggested the opposite.
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 Thu, 2011/02/17 - 21:00 by Amer KaissiA new study suggests that toddlers eating a diet high on fats and sugars may have slightly less IQ levels later on in their childhood.
Posted Wed, 2011/02/16 - 21:36 by Fred LeeA new compound derived from turmeric has been found to be effective in treating strokes in animal models.
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.