Psychiatrists are seeing an increase in anxiety disorders during the COVID pandemic. Dr. Brendel shares some coping mechanisms.
Pediatric nurses are caring for the less vulnerable population when it comes to contracting COVID but the kids have no idea what’s going on.
Visiting nurses are adjusting to a new normal as patients don’t want them to enter their homes due to COVID-19.
For some African-American women, the natural features and body-types that were once celebrated as “black is beautiful” have evolved to represent a new meaning that involves cosmetic surgery/procedures to enhance their body shapes and facial features.
Herbs are a good alternative to some medications, and some drugs don’t do anything Midura said. “Even the FDA advises many be taken short-term,” he said.
Knowlton is in a good place now, but still hits some rough patches every now and again. “I have definitely experienced depression coming back and hitting me hard, and at this point I feel that it is the residual effects of over-medication. It can take up to six months or longer to get it all out of our systems,” she said.
While some health experts argue the benefits of electronic health records outweigh the risks, patient privacy rights activists argue that there may be dangerous unforeseen consequences to the move towards digital health records.
As frustrations mount over current health care policy legislation, consumers turn to a non-traditional approach to a longstanding problem. A look into some health care tracking devices.
Industry experts define Big Data in health care and provide insight into how new technology is on track to transform traditional health care.
Members of the health care community, including patient privacy advocates, address health information data ownership issues.