Dr. James Cottrell believes everyone should be knowledgeable about these dangerous drugs in order to ask questions and make sure you’re getting the best anesthesia – and anesthesiologist -- for your needs.
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The main test for kidney disease has historically had different threshold requirements based on race, which has led to lower diagnosing rates and higher death rates from the condition in people of color
Mirror-touch synesthesia is a sensory processing disorder where a person can feel the sensations of another. As you can imagine, this condition can be an asset for certain people, like Dr. Joel Salinas.
Did you know taking certain drugs can reduce the effectiveness of other’s you’re on? Then, the pandemic had unsuspecting effects on children. Then, is our skin biopsy research outdated? And finally…anyone can learn to be creative. Though we tend to think creativity is a skill inherited by birth, new research shows that’s not the case.
Experts discuss this phenomenon and share tips on how to safely make it through the holidays.
Theo Krzywicki explains the signs of an overdose and how to use life-saving devices like Naloxone.
In this continuation of last week’s antibiotic segment, we explore the prevalence of drug use within animal agriculture.
Will the war in Ukraine escalate global food insecurity? Then, overcrowding in emergency departments is becoming a risk to patient safety. Then, a new lighting design for motorcycles may save lives. And finally… the idea for a new medical glue was found under the sea.
Dr. John McKillip discusses the overuse, overprescribed, and misprescribed issues that, if left unchecked, could result in up to ten million deaths each year due to antibiotic resistance.
Dr. Michael Stein explains the difference between healthcare and public health, arguing that we should pay more attention to preventing conditions before they occur.
In 1966, Americans were more likely to die from a car crash than soldiers in the Vietnam War. Most people needing emergency assistance were carried to the hospital in the back of a police car. In his new book, Kevin Hazzard uncovers how our modern-day paramedics came to be.
Should America stop outsourcing essential drug production? Then, CBD may be entering a new market. Then, after years of working through the pandemic, nurses have been hit hard. And finally, Teenage alcohol abuse will catch up to you later in life.