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Do I Have COVID-19? Doctors’ Free Tools May Tell

Justin Schrager, MD, assistant professor, emergency medicine, Emory University School of Medicine; co-founder, Vital, Atlanta. Twitter: @RachelPatzerPhD, March 16, 2020. Twitter: @BarackObama, March 17, 2020. C19check.com. “Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.” The New York Times: “13 Deaths in a Day: An ‘Apocalyptic’ Coronavirus… Read More »

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 »

Why do doctors prescribe antidepressants

The FDA set a requirement that antidepressant containers come with a “black, arguing that it is better to diagnose depression too often than too little. A few years ago, such as that caused by phobias. And some research indicates that suicide rates in children decrease when they take antidepressants. Antidepressants Can Increase Depression, you’ll start… Read More »

NFL’s Trent Williams Reveals Cancer Was Misdiagnosed by Team Doctors

A couple of days after ending his five-month holdout with the Washington Redskins, star left tackle Trent Williams revealed his diagnosis with a rare form of cancer. (A holdout is when a player doesn’t attend mandatory offseason workouts.) He also blamed team doctors for failing for six years to take a growth on his head… Read More »

Doctors are A THIRD more likely to prescribe opioids later in the day, study finds  

Doctors are A THIRD more likely to prescribe opioids later in the day, study finds Physician fatigue and schedule may effect their decision-making  Opioid over-prescribing is blamed in part for the current US opioid epidemic  University of Minnesota researchers found that 4% of patients with early appointments get opioid prescriptions  By the end of the… Read More »