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A Different Perspective on U.S. Healthcare Reform

U.S. healthcare policy is now in limbo. The Affordable Care Act has withstood Congressional attempts to repeal it, but it has many flaws which need to be repaired.  278 more words

Jack Heidel

Why The Best Treatment For Prostate Cancer May Be No Treatment At All

By Dr. Dave Hnida

(CBS4) – The best treatment for early prostate cancer may be no treatment at all. And that’s an important change in thinking when it comes to the standard approach to men diagnosed with the disease. 349 more words


Never thought it would be me...

I recently moved and in the process came across a letter I wrote in high school to my future self explaining what my life would be like. 859 more words

Melanoma: Lymph Node Dissection

Are we doing more harm than good? This has been a question that we have asked for decades regarding the treatment of malignant melanoma. Over the recent decades, margins of normal skin that are removed when treating melanoma have gotten smaller. 268 more words

Malignant Melanoma

New Study Shows Benefits of CBD For Seizures

There has been a lot of smaller studies, individual testimonials, and even media coverage about CBD’s impact on seizures. The New England Journal of Medicine just… 384 more words


Where You Live Influences the Quality of Your End-of-Life Care

Over 80% of Americans desire to die at home, according to a New England Journal of Medicine article. They also want to determine the type of care received at the end of their life. 287 more words

Men's Health

For Malpractice Reform, Focus on Medicine First (Not Law)


Congressional Republicans have recently revived efforts to overhaul malpractice laws, including capping certain kinds of suits at $250,000. A perennial argument of supporters of such measures is that many claims are frivolous, clogging the court system and driving up health care costs for everyone. 589 more words