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The Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle

The Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle

If you find yourself stuck behind a desk or sitting on your couch for much of your day, you are not alone. According to the World Health Organization, one in four adults are not moving enough – which becomes more alarming after a study from the University of...
The Need for Patient Safety Curriculums for Medical Students

The Need for Patient Safety Curriculums for Medical Students

Medical students are the future leaders in the healthcare industry, and it is essential that they are skillful and knowledgeable in regards to patient safety. Patient safety involves commitment from health care providers, entities, etc., to practice safely and do no...
What to Do If You Experience a Medical Error

What to Do If You Experience a Medical Error

The first thing we do as patients is put our trust in the healthcare system. But sometimes that trust can be broken and you are faced by a medical error. In this situation, don’t stay silent. The best thing to do is to speak up and report the error. Health care...
How Technology Is Improving Patient Safety

How Technology Is Improving Patient Safety

Technology has played an important role in advancing healthcare accessibility and certainly the driving force to change the landscape of healthcare delivery. The rate at which healthcare innovations have taken place underscores the importance of technology in...
Part 2: Hepatitis D through G Explained

Part 2: Hepatitis D through G Explained

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver – ranging in severity from A through E, and new research is suggesting F and G strains. The liver supports more than 500 roles in the human body which include vitamin and mineral storage, filtering blood, fat...