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Running the Marathon: A Conversation with Pediatric Psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Goetz

Running a marathon is often used as a metaphor for endurance. This analogy might be familiar for some, yet it is ubiquitous for a reason.

Looking Beyond the Science: Caring for Underserved Communities with Dr. Imani McElroy

People’s health and well-being are heavily influenced by the communities in which they live. Ideally, people have ample access to medical services and the resources to pay for them.

A New Hope for Painful Diabetic Neuropathy: An Interview with Dr. Richard P. Winne

If you are struggling with nerve pain, you may feel like someone is following you around, randomly jabbing you with a needle. Maybe you ache all day or don’t sleep well. It’s difficult to lead an everyday life when your daily flow is constantly brought to a screeching halt by a jolt of sharp pain.

Hypertension Is on the Rise, and Almost Nobody Knows

Rates of hypertension have been on the rise for decades, and it’s time we start paying attention to this silent killer.

Drinking and Smoking while Young Could Age Your Heart

The teenage years are the threshold when we form our personalities for the future adult life. It is also the time for once-in-a-lifetime experiments, when we take a shot at all-known vices with a just-once mentality. Such endeavors, of course, are always risky, considering that most of our adult vices stem from our teenage years. “Just once” can quickly turn into “forever.”

Antibiotic Use May Now Be Linked to An Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer – PART II

Antibiotics have become an everyday part of the medical world. They are used to fight bacterial infections and have saved millions of lives worldwide since their discovery. If you’ve ever had a bacterial infection, you’re probably already pretty familiar with antibiotics. However, the prevalent overuse of antibiotics is leading to some serious unintended consequences.

Antibiotic Use May Now Be Linked to An Increased Risk of Colorectal Cancer

They have been widely used in Western medicine for decades to treat and heal illnesses caused by bacterial infections. However, there are some downsides to excessive antibiotic use.

From Industry Leader to Disruptor: How One Woman Revolutionized the Aesthetic Space and Changed how Practices do Business

In the hyper-competitive field of Aesthetics Practices and Medi-spas, it’s never been more vital to have a comprehensive system in place to ensure the practice’s growth and profitability.

How A Plastic Tube Is Playing A Pivotal Role In The COVID-19 Pandemic

After identifying the breathing tube as the problem, he realized that someone needed to make a better breathing tube. Such a device would need to prevent fluid, bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens from reaching the lungs, but more importantly, it would need someone to devote themselves to creating it.

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