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Learn how other Doctors are staying clinically prepared, growing their practices,
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Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

The refusal to go to bed when you should is a psychological phenomenon known as “revenge bedtime procrastination,” which describes the decision to sacrifice sleep for more pleasurable activities such as bingeing and scrolling through social media.

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Health Professionals on Finding the Time to Gym

Medical doctors highlight the benefits of adopting a gym-patterned lifestyle—and it’s undoubtedly for your good. Doctors see the worst, health-wise, every day; so, when they say, ‘take some time to take care of your body,’ their advice is well-founded.

Being a Boss in the Medical Industry

Being a Boss in the Medical Industry

In the ever-challenging field of medicine, the image of physicians putting their knowledge and resources to the patient’s use often summarizes the...

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

In the words of the great Thomas Edison, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patients in care of the human frame,...

How to Survive Nursing Burnout

How to Survive Nursing Burnout

Introduction Like most burnouts, nursing burnout also boils down to demographic traits and work conditions. According to NAM (National Academy of...

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

The refusal to go to bed when you should is a psychological phenomenon known as “revenge bedtime procrastination,” which describes the decision to sacrifice sleep for more pleasurable activities such as bingeing and scrolling through social media.

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Health Professionals on Finding the Time to Gym

Medical doctors highlight the benefits of adopting a gym-patterned lifestyle—and it’s undoubtedly for your good. Doctors see the worst, health-wise, every day; so, when they say, ‘take some time to take care of your body,’ their advice is well-founded.

Being a Boss in the Medical Industry

Being a Boss in the Medical Industry

In the ever-challenging field of medicine, the image of physicians putting their knowledge and resources to the patient’s use often summarizes the...

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

In the words of the great Thomas Edison, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patients in care of the human frame,...

How to Survive Nursing Burnout

How to Survive Nursing Burnout

Introduction Like most burnouts, nursing burnout also boils down to demographic traits and work conditions. According to NAM (National Academy of...

Recent Articles

Pain Management – A Comprehensive Care Guide with James Boesiger DMSc,PA-C

James Boesiger, DMSc, PA-C, has been at the forefront of pain medicine's evolution for over three decades. However, he still can't forget the profound effect of his childhood experience when he came home to his mother wearing sunglasses in bed and vomiting from...

Being a Boss in the Medical Industry

In the ever-challenging field of medicine, the image of physicians putting their knowledge and resources to the patient’s use often summarizes the way we understand the medical industry mechanics. Under this picturesque description lay thousands of ever-turning wheels...

IVX Health: Your Private Suite for Infusion Therapies Awaits

Over the years, IVX Health has grown tremendously in the medical sector. IVX Health is a nationwide supplier of infusion and injection treatment for people with rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and other serious illnesses. It plays a unique...

The Telehealth Medical Cart That is Revitalizing the Dental Industry

Dental care includes regular visits to the dentist. However, this is a challenge for many people. The COVID-19 pandemic makes matters worse, not just for the patients, though. Even the dental industry struggles as well. The good...

The Next Telehealth Revolution is Here

In the words of the great Thomas Edison, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patients in care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” We believe that his vision came true, but with a simple...

The Bright Side of Medicine: An Interview with Dr. Joshua Goldman

About Joshua Goldman Dr. Goldman received his bachelor's degree with honors from Stanford University in biological sciences and a minor in philosophy. His core interests lie in medical education, the intersections of reconstruction and aesthetics, and healthcare...

Military Medicine: An In-depth Analysis With Dr. Chris Weisgarber

It isn't every day that we get to have a sit-and-talk with incredible servicemen and women who are also medical professionals. Dr. Chris Weisgarber had many stories, and as I interviewed him, there was this surreal feeling of, "Yes, I get to talk to one of the 4,400...

Ground Breaking Telemedicine – Physician Promise, Inc. – A Word with CEO & Co-Founder – Dr. Shady Henien

About Shady Henien, MD, MBA Dr. Shady Henien is the CEO & Co-Founder of Physician Promise with Anand Narayan, CTO & Co-founder. Dr. Henien is an experienced and talented Structural Interventional Cardiologist. Academically, Dr. Henien obtained his B.S. from...

Achieving Ultimate Wellness: An Interview with Dr. Scott Williams

About Dr. Scott Williams Dr. Scott Williams specializes in primary and urgent care, working over the years to improve patient care. Dr. Williams offers a wide range of medical solutions to diverse patients. He continues to champion quality and non-bureaucratic...

*Stories from the ER: An Interview with Dr. Mark Bernardi

About Dr. Mark Bernardi Dr. Mark Bernardi is an Emergency Room physician practicing in the Greater Seattle Area, WA. He began his studies at Cornell University with a degree in Human Biology, graduated from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine,...
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Now your smartphone has a new function—a diagnostic tool for anemia. Recent studies have shown that pictures of the inside of your lower eyelid or your fingernail’s nail bed can detect signs of anemia. Given that almost everyone from the young to the old has a smartphone, this new technology expands access to medical care and early detection of disease.