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Is Chaos at Chain Pharmacies Putting You at Risk?

  For decades, pharmacists were the most trusted profession in America. Though they are still respected, they are no longer the most trusted. Back then, pharmacies were actually owned by the pharmacists; they were independent. Pharmacists normally lived in the community they served, and knew their customers well. They would take their time filling prescriptions, Read More

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Military Members Now Permitted to Be Compensated for Medical Malpractice

For the past 70 years, members of the military “have been barred from filing medical malpractice claims against the government” under the Feres Doctrine.( Recently, Congress has made changes that will benefit the military and their families. On December 20, 2019, when the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was signed into law, it contained Read More

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Overlapping Surgeries Can Be Catastrophic

Each year, millions of Americans undergo surgery. When we are “under the knife”, we expect to have the surgeon’s full attention. Little do we know that our surgeon may be performing another operation at the same time. “The pressure to be more efficient and treat more patients can lead surgeons to schedule procedures in more Read More

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South Carolina Woman Nearly Brain-Dead After Giving Birth

Once again, South Carolina is in the news for its “sky-high and preventable rate of pregnancies that end in death or serious, long-term medical consequences.” ( 34-year-old Jodie Roberts entered the hospital on Monday, July 19, 2018 with excitement, knowing she would soon see her second son, Walter Roberts Jr. for the first time. She Read More

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No Simple Solution for Physician Burnout

In the United States, burnout is a huge issue for everyone. It affects 28% of the general working population, according to a recent Mayo Clinic report. Even worse, burnout affects 44% to 54% of physicians. This is a scary statistic, since this puts all of our health at risk. “Doctors who report burnout symptoms are Read More

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Rampant Medical Neglect in South Carolina Prisons

The South Carolina Constitution requires that “the state must provide for the health and welfare of all incarcerated men and women.”( However, according to at least 83 medical malpractice suits pending as of December, 2018, the South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) is not meeting the most basic health care needs of its inmates. There Read More

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Doctors Warn that a Daily Aspirin Can Actually Be Dangerous

For years, doctors have prescribed a daily low-dose aspirin to patients who have a higher risk of developing heart disease, to prevent heart attack or stroke. More recent studies have shown that the risks may outweigh the benefits. New research has found that a daily aspirin can increase the risk of potentially dangerous bleeding. Clinical Read More

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Many Cases of Elder Abuse are Still Not Being Reported

Two government studies, published by the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services confirm that many elder abuse cases go unreported. Although required by law, “many cases of abuse or neglect severe enough to require medical attention” are not being reported to enforcement agencies.( Please click here to listen Read More

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Shortage of Surgeons Poses Huge Health Risk

According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, there will be a shortage of between 14,300 and 23,400 surgeons in the United States by the year 2032. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has done a study that shows there are “also projected shortages in nine out of 10 surgical specialties by 2025, Read More

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Veteran Sues VA after Embattled Doctor Bungled Surgery

The mission statement for The Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) is, “To fulfill President Lincoln’s promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s Veterans.”( Wouldn’t you think the VA would make an extra effort Read More

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