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08/03/21   |   By

Post-COVID Stress And Burnout Among Health Care Workers: How Does it Put Patients at Risk?

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, burnout was at an all-time high among health care professionals. This was abundantly clear in the survey “Coping with COVID,” which revealed that […]

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06/10/20   |   By

The Murder Hornet Scare — What Can It Teach Us About the Threat of Exotic Insects?

Coronavirus is frightening enough as is, but it’s far from the only danger that has the public worried. A new issue recently took over the news to give us a […]

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05/28/20   |   By

The Physical Risks of Economic Stressors: Part II

The economic stressors of the coronavirus pandemic have already prompted emotional distress on a broad scale. Unfortunately, this mental health burden will almost certainly increase our susceptibility to future physical […]

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05/17/19   |   By

How Meditation Can Help Medical Professionals Avoid Mistakes

Today’s health care workers face unprecedented levels of stress, with many turning to alcohol, food, or other unhealthy behaviors to cope. In the midst of these issues, it’s no wonder […]

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06/05/18   |   By

How Incivility at Hospitals Can Put Your Health at Risk

When you or someone you love is sick or injured, it’s a natural stress point. Stress leads to frazzled nerves, impatience, and unfortunately, sometimes incivility. During hospital stays, we may […]

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