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Celebs Who Are Battling Life-Threatening Diseases

Celebs Who Are Battling Life-Threatening Diseases

Though most of what we see in Hollywood is glitz and glamour, there’s a human element to show business that can be easy to forget. Celebrities are still just human beings, after all, and that means some of them face the same issues as everyone else — including, unfortunately, serious medical conditions. Here’s a look […]

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Reducing infection in the outpatient dialysis facility

Reducing infection in the outpatient dialysis facility

[ Music ]>>Hello and welcome to today’s webinar, Tune in to Safe Healthcare: Reducing Infection in the outpatient dialysis facility – Results of the Standardizing Care to Improve Outcomes in Pediatric End Stage Renal Disease or SCOPE Collaborative. Hosted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Making Dialysis Safer for Patients Coalition. […]

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The History of Surgery: A Bloody (And Painful) Timeline

The History of Surgery: A Bloody (And Painful) Timeline

Picture today, a surgical scene: sterile room, bright lights, instruments clean. Patients today know they’ll be safe. But lo, long ago, this was not such the case. What once was called “surgery” was nothing of sort, and began when such things were of desperate resort. From the new Stone Age, 4500 BC, where holes drilled […]

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Sciatic treatments and epidural injections

Sciatic treatments and epidural injections

– Hi everybody, this is Ryan Church from the Comprehensive Spine Center in Salt Lake City. I’ve had a few questions come across my desk, regarding spine issues. And I’d like to go ahead and answer one of those for you now. The question is: My husband has sciatic problems. He has done the shots […]

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