Laughter reduces stress, boosts the immune system, and is good for the heart, and using humor to have fun at work builds a sense of community within the team.
The small things that we do for everybody can actually add up and create a huge effect.
Physicians often strive for “work-life balance,” but how do you define it? Family physician Sara Taylor, MD, shares some tips.
When 23% of physicians are over 65, and there are physician shortages, what are the guidelines for when a doctor should retire?
With the number of Certified PAs growing 44% in just six short years, this workforce can help meet the demand for medical providers in the area of palliative care.
““Apples and oranges” does not even come close to comparing the levels of knowledge and training between nurse practitioners and physicians,” says Dr. Sudhakar Madakasira.
The recipients of the annual Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research are being recognized for their contributions related to the development of the tool, called CRISPR-Cas9.
The lawsuit by South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, filed in Richland County Court of Common Pleas in Columbia, accuses the company of the unfair and deceptive marketing of opioid painkillers.
An in-depth look at the Neuro-Developmental Treatment/Bobath frame of practice applicable for infants with and/or at risk for cerebral palsy and related neuromotor disorders.
The finding comes as a blow to many people who promote the therapy as a way to help children with autism.