Monthly Archives: July 2016

What’s New — Lyme Aid

Because they’re not always familiar with the disease, many health professionals are stumped by the symptoms of Lyme disease, which, depending on where the bacteria have migrated, can mirror such diseases and conditions as fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, ALS and … Continue reading

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What’s New — The Sickening “July Effect”

While there are no hard numbers to support what’s known as The July Effect — when critical incidents spike because newly graduated medical students are entering the hospital to complete their hands-on training — it’s recognized anecdotally as a fact. … Continue reading

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What’s New — Boiling Points

As the mercury rises, so too does the chance for what health professionals call “heat injury”. Know the three stages — heat cramps, heat exhaustion and the potentially fatal heatstroke — and how to avoid them by reading all about … Continue reading

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