The EPA's Biosolids Scam Threatens Us All
The use of sewage sludge as fertilizer for your food, renamed "biosolids" by slick industry PR firms, is a growing and under-publicized threat to human health. Sewage sludge is...
5 hours ago - Mercola
How Teens Are Becoming Victims Of Dating Abuse In The Digital World
Reese requires Rae to keep Snap Map on at all times so she can track Rae's movements. After an argument, Jade finds a way into Maz's Finsta and posts a humiliating pic of...
10 hours ago - Scary Mommy
Pediatric Medical Overuse Persists
Evidence of pediatric medical overuse persists, but there are glimmers of progress, according to a new review. Reuters Health Information
12 hours ago - Medscape
Pharmacist Follow-Up Calls Could Help Curb Repeat Hospitalizations
Patients sent home from the hospital and taking multiple prescription drugs may be less likely to have repeat hospitalizations when they receive follow-up calls from a...
12 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Former Vanderbilt Nurse Pleads Not Guilty in Medical Error Death
The Show Me Your Stethoscope community rallies behind her, and the American Nurses Association warns about the chilling effect of the criminalization of errors. Medscape...
13 hours ago - Medscape
'That Is in the Shocking Category': What We Heard This Week
Quotable quotes from MedPage Today's sources
13 hours ago - MedPageToday
DES for CAD receives FDA approval
Biotronik announced that a drug-eluting stent system for the treatment of patients with CAD has been approved by the FDA and is commercially available in the U.S. The DES is...
14 hours ago - Healio - 2 articles
Core Crusher Medicine Ball Challenge Workout
Workout equipment: Workout type: Challenge Timer setting: Stopwatch Complete 4 rounds: 10 Wall balls 10 Medicine ball slams 20 Box jumps 5 Rotational wall slams / side 50 Speed...
14 hours ago - 12 Minute Athlete
The Pendulum Has Swung Too Far
Primary care providers weigh in on the ethics of treating chronic pain in an era of growing restrictions on use of opioids. Medscape Family Medicine
15 hours ago - Medscape
Medicare Advantage CAD Patients Receive More Secondary Prevention
New data show that, compared with fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries, Medicare Advantage patients are a bit sicker and are more likely to receive guideline-based preventive...
16 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
The headlines of Master Doctor
Hypertension is the Most Common NCD Screened In India
Hypertension has been found to be the most common non communicable disease which is screened across India in Health and Wellness Centers followed by diabetes and cancer.
Human Dx Tool Gets Approved By Top Most Researchers
Human Dx Tool, the free patient management tool can accurately measure a physicians' diagnostic abilities, finds a new study. This study was basically done to assess tool efficacy.
Risk of Bipolar Disorder, Depression Increase by Eating Junk Foods
Feeling depressed? It's time to cut out the unhealthy junk food from your diet as it increases the risk of psychological disorders including bipolar disorder and depression...
Coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine may improve sperm health, review concludes
Nutritional supplements like coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine may contribute to higher sperm quality says a review, which points to little evidence linking sperm health with more...
America's opioid epidemic is moving east to urban black communities, study warns
A new Stanford University study reveals that the American opioid epidemic's third wave - driven by synthetic opioids like fentanyl - is surging not among Midwestern whites but...
Trump To Bar Family Planning Clinics From Abortion Referrals
The move would impede the ability of providers like Planned Parenthood to offer health care for women.
Opioid OD Deaths Quadruple, Centered in 8 States
Researchers also found that the death rate from opioids has increased the fastest in the District of Columbia, more than tripling every year since 2013.
Haunting 'Roma' scene shines a rare spotlight on stillbirths
Six in 1,000 births are stillborn in the US. That rate isn't dropping. For a third, we don't know why. Insurers don't cover autopsies and parents don't want them. Here, two...
New study confirms: Processed carbs cause many harmful effects on health
A study that was published in the Obesity issue of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry‘s journal, Clinical Chemistry, showed that people face higher risks of...
Fiber and gut health: Study links low-fiber diet with leaky gut
There have been many studies that have gone over the many benefits of having a high-fiber diet, as far as improving and maintaining overall health is concerned. But just as...