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Commentary: Why social smoking can be just as bad for you as daily smoking

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Moderation in smoking is misguided, when it comes to managing associated health risks, argues the Ohio State University’s dean of nursing Bernadette Melnyk. 806 more words

Current Affairs

ADHD in the Mainstream

The UK Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN) is holding its 7th Congress next month from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd September 2017 at the Mermaid Conference and Events Centre in London. 397 more words


NOW HIRING: Client Success Manager

As the largest network of clinicians in the country, Doximity is in a unique position to assist hospitals in managing their online presence. Doximity Hospital Marketing, the platform that helps hospitals build their digital footprint, is seeking a Client Success Manager to join its growing team. 441 more words

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Making Time

‘A lack of time’ has long been identified as a key barrier to treatments in an early prospective study (Alexandre et al., 2002). In this study, barriers, such as busy working schedules, a lack of time, needs for child care, financial constraints are found to associate with poor  patients’ adherence. 660 more words

Comorbidities and Premorbid Health

Following a hospital stay, a lower premorbid level of health generally means the outcomes will be worse off, simply because the patient is starting at a functional level that is lower than average. 601 more words


A large number of people do not resume normal functioning during the early recovery period after an inpatient stay; in fact, they experience a decline in function. 639 more words