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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Mark Blair

Mark Blair works in the emergency department of a large hospital in the Pacific Northwest. For several years, he has enjoyed producing articles and blog posts on a number of topics, including healthcare.

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Radiologic imaging, including computed tomography (CT), continues to be a standard approach to diagnosing pediatric conditions in the emergency department. In a...
Pediatric fractures are common. Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners often face the decision of immobilizing the fracture with a cast or splint....

Recent posts

7 Inspiring Messages to Share with Patients Struggling During the Holiday Season

No, suicides don't happen more often during the holidays, contrary to popular belief. But this time of year is still a challenging one for both patients and providers.

11 Tips for Clinicians Interested in Trying Out Intermittent Fasting

When clinicians think about trying intermittent fasting, they often worry about lapses in energy. But one expert says it actually has the opposite effect.

Nurses and NPs share the Most and Least Satisfying Aspects of Their Job in New Survey

Mentoring the next generation of nurses? Helping patients? Which of the "most satisfying aspects of being a nurse" from this survey also make your own list?

More Women are Self-Treating Endometriosis with Cannabis and CBD — But is it Safe?

Many endometriosis sufferers are taking symptom relief into their own hands by using cannabis and CBD, research finds. Learn about the risks — and if it works.

The Latest Vaping Research that Health Professionals Should Know About

The federal government's investigation into vaping-related illness, formally known as "e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury," or EVALI, has been...

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