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"Post-Party Recovery" Just Might be the Newest Medical Specialty

December 17, 2015

One overindulgence that has always resisted a fast fix is too much alcohol. While hangover remedies are legion, none seemed to really make the pain go away. Some people swore by strange concoctions of raw eggs and Worcestershire sauce. Others simply tried to drink lots of water and take aspirin or Tylenol before sleep. And still others chugged Gatorade or Pedialyte to replace lost electrolytes. But even after these efforts, people often woke to a pounding headache and achy body the morning after a night of too much partying.

'Twas the Night Before Christmas. . . in the Hospital

December 17, 2015
Hospitals don’t close on the holidays, and for those who are stuck there—patients, their visiting family and friends, doctors and staff—it can be…

Physician Burnout is Epidemic. For Many Doctors, Locum Tenens is the Cure

December 14, 2015
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Locum Tenens: A New (Old) Way to Earn Extra Money in Medicine

December 14, 2015
“There was a time when locum tenens were primarily late-career or retired physicians. No longer,” says Melissa Byington, President of the National…
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Identifying and Responding to Suicide Risk in Schools

Psychiatric Annals, August 2017, Volume 47 Issue 8
Schools provide a unique environment in which to identify and respond to youth suicide risk. A comprehensive approach…
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Youth Suicide: August 2017

AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals

Suicidal ideation and behavior, as well as death by suicide, in children and adolescents present a particularly…
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