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Drug-Resistant Superbug on the Rise

People suffer fatal injuries each year due to poor hospital care. In fact, due to their hurried and overcrowded nature, emergency rooms alone are reported to be responsible for an exorbitant number of medical mistakes. Most of us consider medical malpractice to be obvious prescription errors, misdiagnoses, or surgical mistakes. However, when it comes to hospital-acquired infections, it may […]

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Medical Malpractice and the #MeToo Movement

Because of the #MeToo Movement, many individuals in the fields of entertainment, journalism, and politics have lost their jobs or faced setbacks in their careers. Individuals accused of sexual harassment have been let go by their companies or they have chosen to resign their positions due to public pressure. A recent study by The Associated […]

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Weight Bias and the Risk of Cancer Misdiagnosis

Early and accurate diagnosis of cancer can be the difference between life and death in many cases. One cancer survivor recently shared her harrowing story on Good Morning America in effort to prevent such delays in cancer diagnosis. The woman recounted her belief that she was initially misdiagnosed as a result of the “weight bias” […]

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Sepsis Medical Malpractice Claims

Patients entering a hospital for treatment rarely expect to develop additional medical complications resulting from their hospital stay. However, for individuals who develop sepsis while in the hospital, this is exactly what has happened. In some cases, the body will produce an inflammatory response when trying to fight an infection. The inflammatory response, which can […]

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Brachial Plexus Birth Injury May Increase Mental Health Issues in Teen Years

Even the most prepared expecting parents sometimes find that childbirth does not always go according to plan. The baby’s size or position of the mother’s pelvic shape may lead to unexpected birth injuries during delivery. For most babies, birth trauma has no lasting effects on the child’s health and wellbeing. Yet a Swedish study published […]

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