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Physicians With Disabilities May Experience Depersonalization

However, they are not more likely to experience emotional exhaustion

Cyberattack Cripples Major U.S. Health Care Network

By Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, May 10, 2024 (HealthDay News) -- Ascension, a major U.S. health care system with 140 hospitals in 19 states,...

Social Media Increases Plastic, Reconstructive Surgery Patient Empowerment

Social media linked to significantly greater empowerment in six of seven Cyber Info-Decisional Empowerment Scale categories

Evidence Lacking for Gender Dysphoria Treatments for Teens

Two systematic reviews show inadequate evidence for use of treatment to suppress or lessen effect of puberty, hormone treatment

Review Looks at Trends in Craniofacial Injuries Related to Exercise, Weightlifting

2013 to 2022 saw increase in annual incidence; injuries occurred more often in men, teens aged 15 to 19 years

U.S. Doctors Received Industry Payments of $12.13 Billion From 2013 to 2022

57.1 percent of physicians received payments; median payment was $48, but considerable variation seen in payments

Physicians Concerned About Private Equity’s Impact on Health Care

Greatest concerns are around physician well-being, health care spending, and equity

Life Expectancy Increased From 2021 to Reach 77.5 Years in 2022

Second study shows age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths increased from 2002 to 2022, but did not change from 2021 to 2022

Level of Burnout Higher for Women in Health Care Occupations

Gender-specific factors that have direct link to well-being include job satisfaction, psychological health, and work-life integration

This Election Year, Health Care Costs Top Voter Concerns: Poll

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 21, 2024 (HealthDay News) -- Unexpected medical bills and high health care costs are dominating an election where...