In a technologically obsessed world, there are two terms you're probably familiar with: HDTV and M.R.I. Americans seem to be obsessed with finding the biggest, best quality TV on the market. With the leaps and bounds of technology, finding the biggest and best quality TV can take hours and hours of researching. Finally, when you’re satisfied with your choice, you feel at ease spending hundreds of dollars on the TV. On the other hand, when a person is injured, they usually go to the hospital, and if in need of and M.R.I., they go with what is available. Shouldn’t Americans be as picky with their M.R.I. choice as they are with their TV choices?
Sylmar, CA--two sisters are accused of practicing medicine without a license and selling illegal injectable cosmetics that left some of their “clients” with hardened plastic underneath their skin.
The University of Chicago Medical Center recently settled a lawsuit charging that the hospital was knowingly overcrowding babies into the neonatal unit in violation of state regulations.
This past Monday, while working at the office, I heard the tell-tale scream of ambulances and fire trucks as they sped by. This is fairly common, but this time the noise remained constant instead of receding into the distance. I found out a short while later that a serious auto accident had occurred less than [...]
Every year around the time of the Fourth of July holiday, you hear the same old warnings about firework safety. It’s difficult to tell if kids actually heed these warnings, however, since hearing the same thing each year can start to sound like Charlie Brown’s teacher. But three Midland, MI firefighters have changed the sorry old fireworks warnings into a new catchy rap song that was featured on Youtube and has caught the attention of media outlets across the nation.
July is the Worst Month for Medical Mistakes, But You Can Protect Yourself With Some Preventative Steps
If you need elective surgery, the month of July probably isn’t the best time to schedule it. According to a new study from the University of California at San Diego the “July effect” makes next month the worst for fatal medical errors.
According to the Journal of The American Medical Association (JAMA) a report published 10 years ago, found that prescription drugs killed over 100,000 people in our country each year.
Medical science is capable of amazing things. New drugs can treat a wide array of symptoms and diseases, bringing relief to millions of people every year. But in order to obtain the benefit of a given drug, you have to receive the drug prescribed. Unfortunately, there are a large number of drugs that either look [...]
Like nearly 6 million Americans every year, you were unfortunately involved in an auto accident. The good news, you were prepared in the event of an auto accident before it happened.