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History of Multiple Head Hits Increases Risk of Depression in Later Life

Traumatic Brain Injury
A recent study suggests that people with a history of head hits are more likely to suffer cognitive difficulties and depression as the years pass....

Schochor, Federico and Staton Did It Again! We were Voted Number One in All Three Key Categories

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Top Winner for Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, and Civil Litigation Once again, Schochor, Federico and Staton, PA has been voted the Top Winner for 2020 by...

Blood test could diagnose Brain Injury after Birth

blood test for brain injury
Researchers are developing a blood test that could help identify brain injury in babies who experience birth asphyxia during delivery. Asphyxia is a term used...

New Study: In 10 Hours Viral Sample Spreads Across Entire Hospital Ward

virus spread in hospitals
A recent study showed viral material on a bedrail in a hospital ward was found throughout the unit a mere ten hours later. Hospitals are...

Survey Looks at Pros and Cons of EMR on Physicians Training as Kidney Specialists

electronic medical records
Using an anonymous online survey, medical students report that electronic medical record (EMR) technology both enhances their education and acts as a drain on their...

New Development in the Search for a Reliable Blood Test for Concussion

blood test for brain injury
A new blood test shows promise in helping detect and define levels of brain trauma even years after the injury. As we have discussed before,...

Physician Discusses Near Misses and Too Common Medical Errors

healthcare, is it safe?
A new book takes a close look at medical errors and the real human cost when physicians miss the mark. Dr. Danielle Ofri is a...

Climate Factors found to Increase Pregnancy Risks

pregnancy risks
Not all impacts of climate change result in flooding or drought.  A recent study found worsening climate-related factors could increase pregnancy risks across the country....

Iodine Use in in NICU May Increase Infant Risk of Hypothyroidism

A new study suggests exposure to iodine in the NICU could put vulnerable infants with congenital hypothyroidism at risk for worsened thyroid dysfunction. As we...
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