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This comprehensive grading system for hospital safety found that patients at facilities with a D or F mark were 92 percent more likely to die of an avoidable error than those at A-ranked hospitals.
In the wake of state legislators passing some of the country's strictest abortion laws — including a few that mandate prison time for abortion providers — healthcare professionals' opinions are taking center stage in a nationwide debate. On Wednesday,...
When an individual who’s had a heart attack makes a habit of skipping breakfast and eating dinner near bedtime, his or her likelihood of dying, having another heart attack, or developing angina within 30 days after hospital discharge increases by four to...
A nursing student who survived a severe car crash thought she'd have to miss her graduation. But her classmates and teachers wouldn't let that happen.
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High stress, break room snacks, and limited time and energy to exercise are just some of the occupational (heart) hazards that HCPs face.