Tag Archives: Doctor’s

Authentic Doctors V/S Quacks: Do You Really Know the Difference?

Every year thousands of people all over the world die due to wrong medical consultancy, erroneous treatment and taking wrongly prescribed medications. The main culprits behind such incidents are unqualified medical practitioners, also known as quacks. They are expert manipulators armed with fake degrees and medical certificates. Doctors, as we all know, are a respected… Read More »

Alan Sugar health: Apprentice star was rushed to A&E after his doctor’s discovery

Alan Michael Sugar was born in 1947 and is a business magnate, media personality, politician and political advisor. Born in Hackney, Sugar became a self-made millionaire with his consumer electronics company, Amstrad, which he sold to BSkyB for a whopping £125 million. He is a member of the House of Lords Temporal and was knighted… Read More »

My Body Was Destroying Itself—and It Took Doctors 5 Years to Figure Out Why

Jen BabakhanNov 29 Imagine Florida being too cool: That’s the case for this woman with a rare condition called cold agglutinin disorder. When the temperature dips below 75 degrees, her body turns on itself. Courtesy Bioverativ Sometimes you wake up more tired than usual. Sometimes the weight seems to pile on for no reason. But… Read More »

Shoppers takes page from Big Pharma, sponsors talks for doctors on medical cannabis, which it plans to sell

The pharmaceutical industry has done it for years, officially to educate doctors, unofficially to convince them to prescribe more of their medicines. Now the practice of company-sponsored seminars by specialists known in the drug business as “key opinion leaders” — and criticized as salespeople in disguise – has come to the burgeoning world of medical… Read More »

HHS guidance helps doctors conduct risk assessments

An updated Security Risk Assessment Tool aims to help providers and business associates identify risks to electronic protected heath information. The tool, created by the HHS Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information technology and the Office for Civil Rights, is designed for practices with up to 10 providers, along with their business associates,… Read More »

Doctors Need to Talk to Families About Guns and Dementia

In a nation bitterly divided over gun ownership issues, these efforts have met dissent. Dr. Arthur Przebinda, director of Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership, framed Dr. Wintemute’s efforts as part of a broader anti-gun bias in institutional medicine. Dr. Przebinda said asking physicians to sign such a pledge encourages them “to propagandize Americans against their… Read More »