Posted Wed, 2011/01/26 - 21:00 by Amer KaissiOne in 16 surgeons report having contemplated suicide in the last year, with only one in four seeking professional mental help, according to a recent study.
Posted Tue, 2011/01/25 - 23:14 by Amer KaissiA recent survey reveals that the majority of doctors in the U.S. believe that the health care reform law will have a negative impact on quality of care and on doctors and patients in general.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/19 - 21:41 by Amer KaissiA health system in California has followed the example of other organizations in providing its patients an iPhone application to allow them fast, secure and convenient access to their medical records.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/19 - 21:40 by Amer KaissiConsumers are expected to turn more toward third-party media and information service companies when seeking health care-related information in 2011.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/19 - 21:40 by Amer KaissiEmployers are expected to keep raising deductibles and co-pays for their health plans in 2011, which can cause patients to reduce their utilization of health care services.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/19 - 21:00 by Fred LeeExercise may seem counter-intuitive as a way to treat eating disorders, but doctors now believe that it may be helpful for both treatment and prevention.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/19 - 06:00 by Fred LeeNew guidelines designed to protect seniors from falling injuries encourages Tai Chi and a reduction in the use of certain medications.
Posted Wed, 2011/01/12 - 20:13 by Fred LeeVitamin D has been shown to help antibiotics fight off tuberculosis infections in certain individuals, thus shedding light on possible ways to treat the disease.
Posted Mon, 2011/01/10 - 21:00 by Fred LeeEstrogen is believed to encourage the migration and proliferation of certain cancer cells, including tumors in the head and neck.