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New Technologies in the Field of Medicine

When you think about the field of medicine and health care, you don’t normally associate the word digital with it, or at least you didn’t 50 years ago. Today, digital health and digital care programs are an integrated blend of digital technologies with health care and everyday living that enhance the efficiency of health care

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Ketamine Infusion Therapy- What To Expect During Your First Session

With depression being a widespread problem in the US, clinicians are coming up with novel treatment recommendations for patients struggling with it. Ketamine therapy has emerged as a savior for those dealing with treatment-resistant depression. The revolutionary anesthetic has immense potential as it reduces the toxic over-stimulation by the neurotransmitter glutamate that damages the connections

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Beyond Painkillers – 5 Pain Management Methods For Athletes

If you are an athlete, there are good chances that you struggle with pain-specific musculoskeletal conditions. Ankle sprains, shin splints, tennis elbow, shin splints, shoulder injuries, and lower back pain are the common issues you may face from time to time. While the pain is hard to bear, these conditions can even keep you from getting

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Nursing Jobs: Their Potential Requirements and Duties

The American healthcare industry needs a lot of improvement. Experts have spoken out against the many issues the hospital and healthcare complex has, such as hundreds of millions of people without insurance and the soaring costs of procedures or care. The events of 2020 have only highlighted the need for a more robust healthcare system

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Space Maintainers: A Way To Healthy Oral Development

Your child’s teeth start appearing between 5 to 12 months. By the age of 3, they develop all twenty teeth. As a parent, you try to teach your children to maintain the health of the teeth. For this, you try to establish all the healthy habits such as brushing, gargling, rinsing your mouth, etc. But

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7 Damaging Myths About Rehab and Recovery

While the world has come a long way in destigmatizing mental health and addiction, there’s still a long way to go. Despite the progress we’ve made as a society, the media and widespread misconceptions about addiction and recovery continue to perpetuate damaging myths that deter people from seeking treatment.  If you or someone you love

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The New Normal: How Hospitals Can Enhance Patient Care

The impact of the pandemic on the healthcare industry has been unprecedented. Hospitals saw the worst as admissions grew in number when the virus was at its peak. Most of them buckled under the pressure, but many lessons were learned during the crisis. Now that the worst is over, hospitals understand the value of always

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5 Warning Signs That You Need to Schedule a Dental Exam

To maintain excellent dental health, dentists recommend going for a dental checkup every six months. But with a busy work schedule, a demanding social life, and family responsibilities to take care of, few people actually manage to go to the dentist twice a year. Most people only go to the dentist’s office when they have

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Stabilize Your Mental Health With These Effective Solutions

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and Anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” –Fred Rogers Stress and depression have become two major reasons for ending up with severe mental disorders. Currently, more than 264 million people are bearing

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