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Third Leading Cause Of Death In United States: Medical Errors

Posted on May 25th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

When you are in need of medical treatment you trust your hospital with your care. The nightmares of nurses giving the medications to the wrong patients or neglecting to diagnose a condition may not typically be thoughts that cross your mind. An analysis published in BMJ unrolls the fact that medical errors in hospitals are […]

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What Most People Don’t Know About Car Insurance

Posted on April 20th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

What Most People Don’t Know About Car Insurance Recent studies show that drivers are unfairly paying too much money for auto insurance. Most people are not aware that you can receive a large discount if you have not received a ticket or been in an accident in the past 3 years. Or that certain zip […]

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Doctors Who Have Been Sued Are More Likely To Be Sued Again

Posted on April 7th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Doctors Who Have Been Sued Are More Likely To Be Sued Again One percent of all doctors makes up 32 percent of all the paid malpractice claims. Likewise the more often a doctor is sued, the more likely he or she will be sued again. Researchers analyzed 10 years of paid malpractice claims using the […]

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Prenatal Parental Depression Increases Risk Of Premature Baby

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Prenatal Parental Depression Increases Risk Of Premature Baby A new study has found that having a mother or father who is depressed increases the risk of preterm birth. Using data on 366,499 singleton births, Swedish researchers assessed whether parents had been given a diagnosis of depression a year prior to conception and the end of […]

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Caffeinated Products and Cardiac Ectopy

Posted on March 16th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

Caffeinated products are typically not advised for individuals with irregular heartbeats. However, new research may suggest that they may not have to cut out coffee. Researchers had 1,388 people drink coffee, tea, and chocolate over a one-year period. They used Holter monitors to get 24-hour electrocardiograms. Over 60 percent of participants reported consuming one or […]

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