Dr. Greg Tasian explains what causes kidney stones and how to reduce your child’s risk.
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Medical Notes: Trauma Shrinks Your Brain, Restoring Movement To Paralyzed Limbs, And Why Rates of Poverty Have Declined
Does trauma shrink your brain? Can spinal stimulation restore mobility for paralyzed limbs? Rates of poverty are in decline.
Dr. Herbert Fox helped discover a cure for tuberculosis, but his work wouldn’t have been possible without the help of the black nurses who monitored and cared for each patient. When all of the white nurses refused to work, these women stepped up.
Dr. Linda Eckert, an expert in cervical cancer prevention, believes the answer involves gender inequalities and sexual stigmas. She discusses these issues and offers life-saving prevention methods for women.
Dr. Chuck Weber explains why this is such an important area of service and how he fought to prioritize mental health services.
Medical Notes: How To Fix a Broken Heart, a New Hope for Amputee Victims, and How VR Can Help People With Autism Be Comfortable in the Real World
How can surgical patients recover without opioids? How do you fix a broken heart? A new form of pain relief for amputees. Virtual reality can help people with autism.
Medical Notes: Is Your Brain Shrinking? Why Are Suicides At An All-Time High? And Why Your Future Wristwatch May Be Prescribed By A Doctor
Is Your Brain Shrinking? Why Are Suicides At An All-Time High? And Why Your Future Wristwatch May Be Prescribed By A Doctor
Dr. Wes Ely gives us a unique look into how physicians can humanize patients in the ICU and, in turn, save more lives.
Our expert reveals why this is a double-edged sword and how you can feel empowered walking into your next doctor’s appointment.
Dr. Stephen Cohn takes us through a day-in-the-life, giving us an inside look at the hectic lives of emergency medicine physicians.
Medical Notes: Why We Need To Monitor Our Salt Use, How To Protect Babies From HIV, and Racial Bias in Medical Technology
Why We Need To Monitor Our Salt Use, How To Protect Babies From Hiv, And Racial Bias In Medical Technology
The key to living a long life? Chip Walter says it’s more about having less ‘bad’ genes rather than having more ‘good’ ones.