Researchers recommend five practices to improve doctor-patient relationships

When Stanford physicians Donna Zulman, MD, and Abraham Verghese, MD, set out more than two years ago to lead a team in finding ways to heal a growing fracture in doctor-patient relationships, they knew the task would be complicated. In recent surveys, clinicians have reported that the current climate of medicine—with limits on the amount of time they can spend […]

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This Best-Selling Air Dryer Brush Has Over 13,000 Five Star Reviews—and It's Really That Good

Whether you’re a morning person or not, taking the time to style your hair everyday can be exhausting. Once out of the shower, you have to blow dry it—and then most likely follow up with a flat or curling iron. And don’t even get us started on round brushing (i.e. the bane of our existence). After five minutes of tackling […]

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Caution, Danger Of Injury! Lidl recalls minced meat

The manufacturer of the SB-Convenience GmbH informs about the recall of the product in the “land Junker, beef minced meat, 500g” with “use by” date 14.10.2019, the lot number 36862231 and the identification mark DE NW 20028 EC. As the company informs, can not be excluded that in the affected product blue plastic foreign body are included. Due to the […]

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At least five dead in US from vaping-related lung disease

At least five people have died in the United States after vaping, officials said Friday, in an outbreak that has sickened hundreds with severe pulmonary disease and left several teens in induced comas. Federal officials said that no single substance has been found to be present in all the laboratory samples being examined, however investigators in New York said they […]

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Five quirky outdoor fitness challenges to start training for now

Signing up for a fitness challenge is one of the best ways to get an all-natural adrenaline fix. You can’t beat the sense of achievement you get when you cross that finish line. But what if the thought of a marathon is your idea of hell on Earth? Luckily there are plenty of alternative fitness challenges for endorphin-seekers who are […]

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Nearly one in five parents say their child never wears a helmet while riding a bike

Despite evidence that helmets are critical to preventing head injuries, not all children wear them while biking, skateboarding and riding scooters, a new national poll finds. Eighteen percent of parents say their child never wears a helmet on a bike ride, and even more say their kids skip helmets on a skateboard (58 percent) and scooter (61 percent), suggests the […]

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Five ways to move more at work and make it count

With the recent news that even small bouts of exercise lead to significant health benefits, the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, is urging adults to move more and make it count where they spend most of their time—at work. “It doesn’t matter whether you get activity in short bursts […]

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Mother has ear amputated after skin cancer misdiagnosed as wart

Mother, 43, who was told her skin cancer was just a wart has her ear AMPUTATED after doctors took five years to diagnose the deadly disease Anthea Smith saw her ear become covered in a black warty growth which bled A GP ‘reluctantly’ referred her and a biopsy showed stage 3c melanoma  Mrs Smith had her whole ear removed in […]

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Seriously ill, and left alone: therapists deficiency endangers human life

In Germany, patients wait an average of 20 weeks to the beginning of a psychotherapy. It would be faster, if to the degree would be distributed – says the Minister of health Spahn. Or if there are more psychotherapists would get an approval – says your professional representation. Actually, it’s not a bad message, that there are more and more […]

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