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By Tony / August 11, 2020

The Role of Pharmacists in Reduction of Inappropriate Emergency Department Use: Solution to the Problem?

With the focus of American healthcare system recently shifting from volume-based to value-based, high healthcare costs are a substantial issue....

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By Tony / August 11, 2020

Home Care for Cancer Patients during Pandemic: Can Disaster Management Strategies Help?

Cancer patients are considered vulnerable due to an increased risk of developing severe cases of COVID-19 disease compared with non-oncological...

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By Tony / August 7, 2020

Empagliflozin Trial Shows Positive Results for Reducing Risk of Cardiovascular Death or Hospitalization

Heart failure is the leading cause of hospitalization in the United States, and the risk of death in people with...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

Water Lithiation is Associated with Lower Suicide Rates

In 1949, an Australian psychiatrist named John Cade discovered therapeutic dosing of lithium as a mood stabilizer for the pharmacologic...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

Uncomplicated Appendicitis: Nonoperative Treatment in Children

After the first successful operation to treat acute appendicitis in 1759 in France and the invention of general anesthesia in...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

5 billion in covid relief, and still need more

Nursing home leaders are grateful for the $5 billion in additional Provider Relief Funds going towards nursing homes that will...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

FDAQuest pooling tests

FDA announces that Quest diagnostics now offers pooling sample testing for COVID-19 for use with pooled samples containing up to...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

Exercise has key benefits for patients with dementia

While many focus on the cognitive effects of dementia, there are also prominent physical changes. The most notably changes being...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

Study Examines if Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Affect Severity of Delirium

Experts estimate that by the year 2050, 13.8 million older adults in the United States will develop Alzheimer’s disease and...

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By Tony / July 31, 2020

Troubling Coverage Losses as Pandemic Scourges Forward

According to an analysis conducted by the healthcare advocacy organization Families USA, an estimated 5.5 million Americans who lost their...

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