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, Human Longevity, End-of-life Care, and Preventable Health Problems

Human Longevity, End-of-life Care, and Preventable Health Problems

End-of-life care will only become more important over the coming decades, with millions of baby boomers meeting the age requirements for both social security and…readmore

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, Improving Air Quality in the Home

Improving Air Quality in the Home

Household plants can also do wonders for home air quality by reducing air pollution and producing oxygen. Depending on local temperature, sun exposure, and humidity,

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, Chronic Stress: the Physiological Changes in the Body

Chronic Stress: the Physiological Changes in the Body

Our bodies have instinctive responses to stress. Depending on the nature of the threat we perceive (perhaps a friend jumps out of a room to scare us as we walk by)

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, Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

With the multibillion dollar dieting industry in full swing, it’s often incredibly difficult to separate facts from hype. Many established dietary plans have large marketing campaigns that prioritize profit over physical health

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, Keeping the Brain Healthy as We Age

Keeping the Brain Healthy as We Age

While many believe the brain to be relatively unchanging from adulthood until death, the truth is that the human brain, depending on

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, Alleviating Chronic Muscle Tension: Effective Methods You Can Try at Home

Alleviating Chronic Muscle Tension: Effective Methods You Can Try at Home

Chronic tension can have a wide variety of negative repercussions on your health. Among them are chronic tension headaches, which usually last for around 30 minutes and can strike several up to several times a day.

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, Black Market Healthcare in the US

Black Market Healthcare in the US

The Affordable Care Act (also known as Obama care or the ACA) has been at the center of a political firestorm since its inception in 2010.

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, Herbal and Nutritional Supplements: How Are They  Regulated and Tested?

Herbal and Nutritional Supplements: How Are They Regulated and Tested?

With the market flooded by herbal and nutritional dietary supplements in the last few years, newcomers to healthy diet supplements might be paralyzed by the sheer number of choices.

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, Artificial Blood: Can It Be Done?

Artificial Blood: Can It Be Done?

Even with these advancements, continued federal revenue for medical research is absolutely essential.

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, Children Hospitals, Specialized Hospitals, and the Affordable Care Act

Children Hospitals, Specialized Hospitals, and the Affordable Care Act

Hospital performance is another concern for medical professionals, patients, and taxpayers alike. New changes in healthcare infrastructure mean that hospitals may be communicating regularly with several new health insurance providers on a daily basis.

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, Different Revenue Sources in a Single-payer Healthcare Delivery System

Different Revenue Sources in a Single-payer Healthcare Delivery System

As for employer-based health insurance, the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (also known as Obamacare or the ACA) was meant to address these growing concerns regarding widespread (over 50 million citizens as of 2012) lack of …

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, Emergency Room Etiquette

Emergency Room Etiquette

As it had long been said, “He who fails to plan, plans to fail.” With that said, most people do not plan for a visit to the emergency room.

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, What is Hospital Consulting?

What is Hospital Consulting?

In order to receive certain tiers of federal Medicare (a type of socialized health insurance available to all US citizens over the age of 65) revenue, hospitals must meet certain performance standards regarding mortality rates, readmission rates, average length of stay (LOS) for patients, etc.

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, Adjusting Your Pharmaceutical Drug Dosage: How to Get it Right

Adjusting Your Pharmaceutical Drug Dosage: How to Get it Right

Take careful notice of how your drug tolerance changes as you are taking your prescription. Many pharmaceutical drugs naturally lose their effectiveness at certain dosage levels as your body becomes accustomed

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, The Physician’s Assistant

The Physician’s Assistant

To become a physician’s assistant an undergraduate degree, along with a Master’s degree from an accredited institution is required. Qualification must include physician training and not nursing training…

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, Health Records and Patient Privacy: How to Strike a Balance

Health Records and Patient Privacy: How to Strike a Balance

Electronic health records are a staple of the modern healthcare industry. They allow for communication among physicians regarding a patient’s medical history, including their prescription medication use, allergy information, family..

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, Healthcare Spending Trends among Industrialized Nations

Healthcare Spending Trends among Industrialized Nations

According to the World Health Organization, healthcare spending in the United States comprised 40% of the world’s health expenditures, with a total of approximately 2.6 trillion dollars spent and a per capita expenditure of over $5000 in 2010.

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, How to Keep Private Health Insurance Companies  from Artificially Inflating Prices

How to Keep Private Health Insurance Companies from Artificially Inflating Prices

United States spends more than $500 billion a year on unnecessary healthcare expenses…..

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, Finding the Perfect Shift Length: Maximizing the Health  of Your Hospital Staff

Finding the Perfect Shift Length: Maximizing the Health of Your Hospital Staff

As such, many hospitals make as few shift changes as possible. This reduces the number of times incoming hospital staff must be brought up to speed on specific patient conditions, but it also stretches shift length far beyond the norm …

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, Do You Understand Hospital Ratings or Rankings

Do You Understand Hospital Ratings or Rankings

Keeping the ratings in the forefront of your mind, and your personal needs at hand, with some research you can find a hospital that meets your medical needs and addresses your standard for care.

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, How does Music Affect the Healing Process

How does Music Affect the Healing Process

Music therapy is an emerging field that integrates music into physical therapy and rehabilitative programs….

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, Nutrition During Post-Operative Care

Nutrition During Post-Operative Care

In addition to monitoring your caloric intake and getting exercise, a preventive lifestyle requires you to pay attention to the kinds of nutrients of nutrients you are ingesting (and not simply their total calories).

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, Public Hospitals Vs Private Hospitals

Public Hospitals Vs Private Hospitals

It is often difficult, or can feel overwhelming, when trying to find the best hospital to fit your specific healthcare needs. However, by researching different hospitals – private or public – a patient can find a hospital that will best address their specific needs. Regardless of the type of…

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, Recent Advances in Neuroscience

Recent Advances in Neuroscience

When current passes through the neuron (as it would during the transmission of a signal) the nanoparticle could then record and map the specific mechanisms of the signal itself. In this manner, nanotechnology may…

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, Recovering from Medical Bankruptcy

Recovering from Medical Bankruptcy

The Affordable Care Act also does not address the job loss-fueled lack of health insurance coverage that leads to so many medical bankruptcy claims. In moving forward, many public health advocates have called for universal coverage…

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, Folk Remedies: Dangerous or Harmless, Helpful or Ineffective?

Folk Remedies: Dangerous or Harmless, Helpful or Ineffective?

Much of the science behind nutritional supplements is murky, especially when it comes to marketing claims. If these dietary supplement companies do not make a specific claim about…

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, Health Benefits of Cleansing Diets

Health Benefits of Cleansing Diets

As the body is exposed to toxins over a long period of time, small amounts of these chemicals are stored in the body’s various tissues. In recent…

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, Refresher Training for Nurses, Physicians, and Hospital Staff

Refresher Training for Nurses, Physicians, and Hospital Staff

Whether it is more advanced hospital equipment, new medical technology, or new procedural techniques, medical professionals are expected to keep up with their professional education. For nurses…..

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, How to Avoid  Addiction to Pain Killers?

How to Avoid Addiction to Pain Killers?

So what is “true” addiction to painkillers and how can it be avoided?First, patients should adhere to the directions given by their physician and pharmacist. Pain medication…

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, How to Get Right your Drug Dosage

How to Get Right your Drug Dosage

Who is the drug meant to treat?
Will it be for adults, children, adolescents, the elderly, or some combination thereof ?

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, Rarest Resources in the Healthcare Industry

Rarest Resources in the Healthcare Industry

erhaps not surprisingly, one of the most precious resources in the healthcare industry is a qualified labor force. Even small hospitals typically have dozens of nurses, while larger metropolitan hospitals may …..

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, Materials Engineering in Medical and Hospital Equipment

Materials Engineering in Medical and Hospital Equipment

Materials engineering refers to the application of the properties of matter to various branches of engineering and science. Materials engineering examines the structure of matter at atomic and molecular levels to explore how the materials can be strengthened, improved, or otherwise …..

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, Do you Know about Human Pathogens and  Animal Vectors?

Do you Know about Human Pathogens and Animal Vectors?

With the entertainment industry’s preoccupation with world-devastating viruses in recent decades it’s easy to see how public anxiety has increased regarding apocalyptic scenarios. When it comes to the next world pandemic, the question is …

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, Regenerative Capacity and Advancements in Medical Science

Regenerative Capacity and Advancements in Medical Science

Fortunately, there are several incredible developments on the horizon for helping (and in some cases curing) long-term disability. Medical researchers have collaborated with roboticists to produce prosthetic arms, legs, feet……

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, How Stem Cell research is progressing in Medical field Instead of Religious Lobbying

How Stem Cell research is progressing in Medical field Instead of Religious Lobbying

Human stem cell research is one of the most dynamic areas in modern medicine. Stem cells are what are known as undifferentiated cells, meaning that they have yet to specialize into the various types of cells in the body.

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, Do you know about Department of Health and Human Services?

Do you know about Department of Health and Human Services?

What is the healthcare infrastructure actually like? Who oversees the implementation of new healthcare legislation? How are infrastructure changes implemented? In the US, the…….

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, Ethical Concerns in Pharmaceutical Drug Testing

Ethical Concerns in Pharmaceutical Drug Testing

New drugs developed by pharmaceutical drug companies must be tested in human subjects in order to eventually reach the open market. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently has three main phases of testing for new drugs….

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, How do Genes Affect the Human Immune System?

How do Genes Affect the Human Immune System?

First, it is necessary to establish that there is no single genetic component to human immunity and that genetics affects your immune system in an unfathomable number of ways depending on your ancestry.

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, The Future of Physical Therapy

The Future of Physical Therapy

Enormous technological advances in the last century have fundamentally changed the healthcare industry. New pharmaceutical drugs, stable and accessible hospital care, and advanced training for health professionals have combined to extend life …..

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, 3D Printing and the Healthcare Industry

3D Printing and the Healthcare Industry

Eventually, 3D printing in the healthcare industry will allow for the creation of fully functional human organs to give those waiting on a transplant a realistic chance for survival…..

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, Personal Health Concerns when Traveling Abroad

Personal Health Concerns when Traveling Abroad

Our personal health is incredibly easy to take for granted; when we don’t, there is seldom anything else that takes priority. When we travel abroad, we are in a uniquely vulnerable position……..

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, Research Pharmacy vs. Retail Pharmacy

Research Pharmacy vs. Retail Pharmacy

Research pharmacy, with its intense laboratory environment and competitive market, represents the cutting edge in drug development. Retail pharmacy, however, may involve significant amounts of interaction with members of the public who do not typically possess much pharmaceutical knowledge.

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, Renovating a Hospital

Renovating a Hospital

As municipalities grow, medical facilities may become overwhelmed by increasing demand, physical space limitations, and inadequate staffing. Before embarking on such a monumental project, however, there are a few things that need to be verified.

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, Healthcare Delivery and Bioterrorism

Healthcare Delivery and Bioterrorism

Bio-terrorism represents one of the most fundamentally difficult challenges for healthcare providers and governments alike. Namely, how does one reduce the potential effects of a terrorist biological attack while simultaneously minimizing public anxiety and the trimming of civil liberties?

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, Increase Life Expectancy with Preventive Lifestyle

Increase Life Expectancy with Preventive Lifestyle

One of the most important adjustments healthcare providers are trying to communicate via public education is the necessity of living a preventive lifestyle.

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, Should Surgeons be Forced to Retire Early?

Should Surgeons be Forced to Retire Early?

Older physicians and medical professionals often lose hospital privileges between the ages of 65 and 70, meaning that they can no longer work or be present in a hospital in a professional capacity.

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, How Could Medicare be expanded to Cover All US Citizens?

How Could Medicare be expanded to Cover All US Citizens?

In the United States, Medicare is a type of socialized health insurance coverage that is extended to all citizens over the age of 65 and others that meet specific criteria.

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, What is Boutique Medicine?

What is Boutique Medicine?

Boutique medicine (also known as concierge medicine or direct care) is a type of personal medical care that is once again gaining traction in the United States. A typical physician sees 3,000-4,000 patients in a year, whereas in boutique medicine the number is almost always under 1,000……

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, How Transparent is the Healthcare Industry in the United States?

How Transparent is the Healthcare Industry in the United States?

Transparency in the healthcare industry refers the cost of healthcare services, as well as how accessible the price and location information of healthcare services are to patients. Historically in the United States, patients often had to conduct detailed searches to obtain accurate price information.

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, How does Quarantine Stop the Spread of New Pathogens?

How does Quarantine Stop the Spread of New Pathogens?

Given the seemingly endless Hollywood fascination with zombies in recent years (as well as the oft-repeated viral origin for the undead themselves), there is an undercurrent of interest in pathology running through the American public. In the zombie movies, the quarantines always seem to fail, and doctors are left speechless. How do quarantines actually work? When are they deemed necessary, and what chances do modern quarantine protocols have at stopping the next world pandemic?

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, What is a Visit to the Emergency Room Actually Like?

What is a Visit to the Emergency Room Actually Like?

It’s all too common to take personal health for granted. When everything is operating as it should in our bodies, personal health is often a It’s all too common to take personal health for granted. When everything is operating as it should in our bodies, personal health is often a background concern. Yet we cannot underestimate the importance of knowing what to do in a health emergency. Where is the nearest hospital equipped with emergency services? background concern. Yet we cannot underestimate the importance of knowing what to do in a health emergency. Where is the nearest hospital equipped with emergency services?

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, How to Choose a Specialist

How to Choose a Specialist

Normally, a family’s medical care is handled by a primary care physician (PCP, also known as a general physician) who assists in diagnosis and prescribes a course of treatment for a wide variety of uncomplicated medical conditions. Specialists, on the other hand, have years of specialized training in a specific field, such as neurosurgery or nuclear medicine.

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, How to Choose a Hospital

How to Choose a Hospital

Choosing a hospital depends on a variety of factors. First the basics:How close are local hospitals, and how physically accessible are they?Will ambulances or other vehicles be able to reach your family members in time in the event of an emergency?What kind of health insurance coverage does the hospital accept and how secure is that relationship?

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, Do You Know What  Best Hospitals in the World mean?

Do You Know What Best Hospitals in the World mean?

Asking which hospitals are best in the world means we must first clarify what we mean when we say “best.” Are we referring to low readmission rates? Are we talking about access to specialized care, [...]

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, Did you have your routine blood work done?

Did you have your routine blood work done?

Routine blood work includes a complete blood count, lipid profiles, a metabolic panel and test which assess the function of major organs of the body, for example the liver and the kidneys…..

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, The Ethics of Human Cloning

The Ethics of Human Cloning

First, what rights would a cloned individual possess? Second, how could we justify experimentation or failed experiments? Third, would the risks of human cloning ultimately outweigh the benefits?

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, The Impact of Blood Shortages on American Healthcare

The Impact of Blood Shortages on American Healthcare

Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood.More than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day.A total of 30 million blood components are transfused each year in the U.S.

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, Obstacles Delaying Universal Coverage in the United States

Obstacles Delaying Universal Coverage in the United States

It is interesting to note that 32 of 33 of the industrialized nations presently have some form of universal coverage in place for their citizens, with the United States being the lone exception.

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, How do the Uninsured Impact the US Healthcare System?

How do the Uninsured Impact the US Healthcare System?

One of the most common excuses for the disproportionate spending in the American healthcare delivery system is the cost generated by the massive number of uninsured citizens (over 50 million as of 2013)…

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, How Medical Malpractice Insurance Impacts Healthcare Costs

How Medical Malpractice Insurance Impacts Healthcare Costs

Our health is vital to our survival, we are willing to pay whatever is requested. As it turns out, the most significant portion ($500 billion, by estimates) of total US healthcare spending is a direct result of …

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, Do US Euthanasia Laws Need to Change?

Do US Euthanasia Laws Need to Change?

Should there be a “right to death” in the same manner as many insist on a basis for a “right to life?”

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, What is the Difference between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis?

What is the Difference between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Arthritis is a malady which affects the joints. Inflammation can occur in one or more joints and causes joint pain. The two most common types of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis

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, How to Make the Most of the First Visit to a New Doctor

How to Make the Most of the First Visit to a New Doctor

Before even entering the waiting room of a new doctor, there are a number of things you should do so that your first visit with the doctor is as productive and helpful as possible. To [...]

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, What are the Most Valuable Natural Resources in the Healthcare Industry?

What are the Most Valuable Natural Resources in the Healthcare Industry?

Natural resources are critical to the delivery of modern health care in tertiary hospitals. Learn more.

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, Why Do Certain Surgeries Cost So Much?

Why Do Certain Surgeries Cost So Much?

In recent years, explosive cost increases in the United States healthcare delivery system have prompted a closer look at how healthcare providers and health insurance companies calculate baseline prices for certain advanced medical procedures. Health [...]

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, How Large is the Organ-trafficking Black Market?

How Large is the Organ-trafficking Black Market?

Human organ trafficking is an international problem in which victims are exploited with little consequence. It can be avoided to protect victims.

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, Why Do Some Hospitals Fail?

Why Do Some Hospitals Fail?

To avoid failure, hospitals need to have strategic planning and performance guidelines. Learn more about this.

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, What is Single-Payer Healthcare Coverage?

What is Single-Payer Healthcare Coverage?

Single payer, or universal healthcare coverage, has advantages and disadvantages. Learn more about them.

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, Why is the US Spending so Much on Healthcare Delivery?

Why is the US Spending so Much on Healthcare Delivery?

Healthcare costs are escalating at a tremendous pace. Why is that, and what can be done?

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, What is the Protocol for Disposing of Medical Waste?

What is the Protocol for Disposing of Medical Waste?

In order to prevent injury to the environment, the disposal of medical waste is undergoing significant changes.

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, Is Birth Control Really Changing the Way Women Choose Mates?

Is Birth Control Really Changing the Way Women Choose Mates?

Birth control methods may be changing the way women choose mates. The reason may lie with understanding the major histocompatibility complex.

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, What is Nuclear Medicine and how does it Impact the Modern Healthcare Industry?

What is Nuclear Medicine and how does it Impact the Modern Healthcare Industry?

Radiation has diagnostic and therapeutic uses in medicine. Find out more about them.

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, How likely is a World Pandemic on the Scale of the Black Death or Yellow Fever?

How likely is a World Pandemic on the Scale of the Black Death or Yellow Fever?

Pandemics are a significant problem and risk in the past and future.

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, How will the New Observation Rules Change Healthcare Delivery?

How will the New Observation Rules Change Healthcare Delivery?

New hospital observation rules impact the way healthcare is delivered to Medicare patients.

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, Effective Healthcare Advertising

Effective Healthcare Advertising

Healthcare advertising incorporates a combination of research and education presented in a manner which is politically correct and consumer friendly.

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, What is ERISA and how has it Changed Healthcare for the Elderly?

What is ERISA and how has it Changed Healthcare for the Elderly?

ERISA, a law signed into effect in 1974, has profound impact on healthcare.

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, How Might Delivery of Healthcare Services Change in the Future?

How Might Delivery of Healthcare Services Change in the Future?

Predicting the future of healthcare delivery is extremely challenging. Within a hospital, change is the only constant.

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, How is a Hospital Constructed?

How is a Hospital Constructed?

Hospital construction involves complex architectural, demographic, legal and financial planning.

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, Why is a Living Will Important for Patients and Healthcare Providers?

Why is a Living Will Important for Patients and Healthcare Providers?

Living wills are important for both medical and financial reasons. They are very helpful for both the patient and the next of kin.

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, How Might Cancer Treatment Change in the Future?

How Might Cancer Treatment Change in the Future?

New cancer treatments may be available in the future due to nanotechnology. Some of the current side effects of cancer treatments may be reduced or eliminated.

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, Are Contracted Healthcare Workers Really a Positive Trend?

Are Contracted Healthcare Workers Really a Positive Trend?

With implementation of the Affordable Care Act, businesses employing more than 50 full time workers will have to cover their healthcare, or pay penalties. The trend is showing that hiring contract workers is decreasing this cost.

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, What are the Root Causes of Healthcare Worker Strikes?

What are the Root Causes of Healthcare Worker Strikes?

Healthcare worker strikes are a serious problem for the surrounding community. Why do they occur, and how can they be prevented?

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, How do Pre-existing Conditions Affect the Healthcare Industry?

How do Pre-existing Conditions Affect the Healthcare Industry?

Pre existing conditions are not permitted in any health care plans, unless they were in place before March, 2010, and thus grandfathered in.

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, How Can We Fight the Obesity Epidemic?

How Can We Fight the Obesity Epidemic?

Obesity can predispose an individual to diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Prevention is possible.

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, Should Employers be Allowed to Drop Obese Employees from Company Medical Coverage?

Should Employers be Allowed to Drop Obese Employees from Company Medical Coverage?

Obesity may affect healthcare costs as well as leading to various illnesses. Should employers be allowed to drop obese employees?

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, What is a Preventive Lifestyle and Why is it Important to the Healthcare Industry?

What is a Preventive Lifestyle and Why is it Important to the Healthcare Industry?

Healthy lifestyles offer some of the best preventive care, reducing the incidence of morbidity as well as decreasing healthcare costs.

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, Who Benefits the Most from Privatized Healthcare?

Who Benefits the Most from Privatized Healthcare?

Privatized healthcare may provide increased freedom of choice when it comes to providers and services. This may come at an increased cost.

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, Why Has the Cost of Medical School Skyrocketed?

Why Has the Cost of Medical School Skyrocketed?

The cost of medical school education has disproportionately risen over the past several years. Find out why.

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, Who Benefits the Most from Socialized / Nationalized Healthcare?

Who Benefits the Most from Socialized / Nationalized Healthcare?

Nationalized healthcare is practiced in many nations around the world. It will have profound effect upon employees and employers in the United States.

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, How to Prevent Sepsis

How to Prevent Sepsis

Sepsis is a serious medical condition which can lead to severe morbidity and mortality. Understanding it will help with prevention and early treatment.

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, How to Reduce the Incidence of Hospital-acquired Infections

How to Reduce the Incidence of Hospital-acquired Infections

Hospital acquired infections post risks to patients, expense of medical treatment, and legal liability. The Affordable Care Act has initiatives aimed at reducing infections.

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, How Can Hospitals Reduce their 30-day Readmission Rates?

How Can Hospitals Reduce their 30-day Readmission Rates?

30 Day Readmission Rates affect hospital income, and adversely reflect upon hospital quality scores.

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, How Does ERISA Impact Self-Insured Insurance Plans?

How Does ERISA Impact Self-Insured Insurance Plans?

ERISA impacts self insured health insurance plans. What do you need to know about ERISA?

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, How will the Affordable Care Act Change Medicare?

How will the Affordable Care Act Change Medicare?

There is much concern and confusion about how Medicare will be affected by the Affordable Care Act. Do you have concerns?

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, Confused about the PPACA Sign-ups? Read This.

Confused about the PPACA Sign-ups? Read This.

Signup for the PPACA (Affordable Care Act / Obamacare) has been met with some confusion. The rules are straightforward and explained.

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, What are State Health Insurance Exchanges?

What are State Health Insurance Exchanges?

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as PPACA or Obamacare, utilizes state health exchanges. What are they?

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, Do Hospitals Have an Obligation to Provide Some Services for Free?

Do Hospitals Have an Obligation to Provide Some Services for Free?

Hospitals emergency room visits are governed by EMTALA, which mandates provision of healthcare regardless of ability to pay. Where are these costs absorbed?

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, How to Address the Student Loan Crisis for Medical Students

How to Address the Student Loan Crisis for Medical Students

Medical Student Loan Crisis and Affordable Care Act on crash course with each other.

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, Is Universal Healthcare Possible in the United States?

Is Universal Healthcare Possible in the United States?

Is universal healthcare in the United States possible, and how will it be implemented?

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, How Will Nanotechnology Change Medical Science?

How Will Nanotechnology Change Medical Science?

Nanotechnology may have tremendous impact on the future of medicine. What is it?

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