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Earlier this week, a New York appeals court ruled in favor of Jose Vargas, who requested the release of an audit trail from Wyckoff Heights Medical Center. In 2012, Jose Vargas received a foot surgery in the hospital. Unfortunately, during post-op Vargas contracted gangrene from the botched surgery and had to amputate his leg from Continue Reading..
The prevalence and death rates of various types of cancer are on the rise. Cancer is estimated to cause the deaths of 9.6 million people in 2018, according to a report released by the cancer research agency at the World Health Organization (WHO). This metric is a significant rise from the 8.2 million deaths from Continue Reading..
Hey U.S. government, here’s some money-saving news to keep on your radar. Recently, researchers at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center revealed a study that showed eye care providers prescribe more name-brand medications by volume than any other group. It’s a discovery that could have nationwide implications, considering eye care providers contribute around $2.4 Continue Reading..
If you diligently visit your doctor every year and have an annual physical done, you may not be all that concerned about the possibility of heart disease affecting you, provided your doctor hasn’t mentioned it in the past. After all, if you doctor hasn’t raised concerns about heart disease, then why worry? But according to Continue Reading..
Medication errors are some of the most common causes of medical malpractice lawsuits against doctors and healthcare providers. In some cases, a doctor might accidentally prescribe a dangerously-high dose to a patient. In others, they might prescribe the wrong medication altogether. But doctors are not the only ones who can make medication errors. Recently, a Continue Reading..