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Shortage of Doctors in the US – An Alarming Trend

The shortage of doctors in the US is an alarming trend. It’s important to understand why this is happening and what it means for us as patients. Dr. Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, The American Medical Association’s (AMA) president says the physician shortage is a “public health crisis”. “It’s an urgent crisis, hitting every corner of this […]

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Heart Disease in Young Adults on the Rise

Heart disease in young adults is on the rise. This trend should be a call to action to pay more attention to our heart health at an earlier age. You might think heart disease is something only older people have to worry about. It used to be unusual for a person under 40 to experience […]

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Stem Cell Therapy Safe and Effective
for Relapsing MS

Stem Cell Therapy is Safe and Effective for Relapsing MS (Multiple Sclerosis), according to recent studies. “Stem cell therapy,” might sound like something out of a science fiction movie. But it’s a real medical treatment that has been researched for years. First, let’s talk about MS. What is MS? In MS, the immune system damages […]

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Medical Record Errors Can Be Dangerous

Medical record errors can be dangerous, even deadly! What’s so big about a small mistake in a medical record? It turns out, little errors can lead to huge problems. Why Do You Need to Have Access to Your Medical Records? Why is it so important to have access to your medical records, and to pay […]

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Doctors Abusing Drugs: A Serious Concern

Doctors abusing drugs: a subject that might sound surprising because doctors are the ones who help us when we’re sick. But, just like anyone else, doctors can face challenges too, and sometimes, those challenges involve drug abuse. Doctors on Drugs: Understanding the Issue When we think of doctors, we often picture people who are super […]

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Homeschooling on the Rise in South Carolina

Homeschooling is on the rise in South Carolina, and it’s changing the way many kids and teens in the state are learning. Technology and the internet have made homeschooling more accessible and varied, offering courses and learning experiences that might not be available in traditional schools. Homeschooling on the Rise Homeschooling means getting your education […]

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Pediatric Emergency Care is Lacking in America

Pediatric Emergency Care is Lacking in America. Some hospitals in the US aren’t fully prepared to treat kids in emergencies. Why is this a big deal? Pediatric Emergency Care: The Current Situation Imagine your child breaking their arm while playing soccer, or having a sudden allergic reaction to something they ate. You would rush them […]

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Surgical Safety Checklist
Ensuring Your Health Comes First

The Surgical Safety Checklist helps keep patients safe and ensures that all the necessary steps are taken before, during, and after surgery. When it comes to something as important as surgery, making sure everything goes smoothly is crucial. That’s why medical professionals use the Surgical Safety Checklist. Let’s explore what this checklist is all about […]

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Misdiagnosis of Melanoma,
A Growing Concern

Misdiagnosis of melanoma poses significant challenges in the field of dermatology and impacts patient outcomes. Melanoma, a type of skin cancer, is a serious and potentially fatal condition. First, let’s discuss skin cancer in general, including nonmelanoma. Skin Cancer Statistics Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer worldwide, and 1 in 5 Americans […]

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Alzheimer’s Care Scarce
in South Carolina

Alzheimer’s care is scarce in SC Alzheimer’s care is scarce in South Carolina. In the Palmetto State, there are 95,000 people over the age of 65 who are living with Alzheimer’s in 2023. By 2025, this number will increase to 120,000. To make matters worse, South Carolina does not have a healthcare system in place […]