Graduating from Chronic Pain: Every Patient’s Right

LEXINGTON How does chronic pain change a patient? How can a patient change their relationship to chronic pain? If you

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The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Professionals: Occupational Hazard, Unique Opportunity

FRANKFORT The ferocity, duration, and unpredictability of the current pandemic leave healthcare providers particularly vulnerable to negative psychosocial impacts: COVID-19

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Critical Delays: The Importance of Meeting the Standard of Care for Cancer Diagnosis

One of the most common lawsuits in medical malpractice defense is a delay in diagnosis of cancer. According to the

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Precision Over Perceived Savings

RICHMOND Today’s hearing aids are precision instruments, utilizing advanced digital technology that can and should be customized to fit specific

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Parenting Tips from the Pediatrician’s Office

■ MD-UPDATE: Please give us a brief synopsis of your medical training, your background and current practice. ELDRIDGE: I graduated

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Tinnitus: Is There Really Something That can Be Done?

Epidemiological studies suggest about 50 million people in the United States have tinnitus. The majority of those people experience tinnitus,

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