Harm Reduction

“The implementation of EHR technology may be the root cause of some of these issues, [increased work burden, negative clinician emotions, burnout, and facilitated medical errors] beginning with developers designing a prod
Spain’s northern coast has been fighting a months-long assault from a ‘white tide’ of plastic pellets dumped by a Dutch-registered shipping-vessel.
Polypharmacy's grip tightens as we age
Recently, I spoke with John Batchelor on his radio program about a novel solution to combat climate change developed with my MIT classmate, Tom Hafer, an engineer and skilled systems developer.
Winston Churchill famously (but unoriginally) said, “Democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.” The same c
Last March, a report from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) projected a shortage of up to 86,000 physicians, including as many as 40,000 prima
Methylene chloride is used in adhesives, paint and coating products, metal cleaning, aerosols, and in the manufacture of other chemicals.  It is also used as a paint stripper and as a laboratory solvent.
What is Lifestyle Medicine? According to the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM), Lifestyle Medicine is
The rising gargantuan malpractice verdicts pockmarks the country, peaking in New York, Florida, and Illinois and bubbling in Utah and Georgia, where they were once
There can be little doubt that social media is becoming a more significant source of information for Americans.
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