• 5 useful educational material resources to offer to your patients
    Health literacy as well as patient education is essential to improving health outcomes as well as disease management. Studies have demonstrated the importance of educational intervention in disease management.
  • 4 key factors that motivate nurses in their career
    There are many reasons why nurses are keen to pursue the career. Here are the key factors that motivate nurses in their jobs.
  • A new 5-day fasting diet may be the fast track to better health
    Today, fasting is done more for physical gain where crash diets promise trimmer waistlines and more years. Researchers now suggest that a milder deprivation may be a superior bet.
  • 4 historical figures that suffered from medical ailments
    Modern medical technologies and increasing knowledge of the human body have succeeded in revealing new insights into how some of these historical figures have died.
  • 14 patients caught serious infections due to poor medical practice in China
    Due to a lack of adherence to proper medical procedures in two hospitals in China, 14 patients have been infected with HIV and Hepatitis B in two separate cases.
  • Engaging patients on the digital platform via “vlogging”
    Digital technology means a departure from the traditional monologue to an interactive virtual model where patients and physicians engage through online video blogging to manage better health outcomes.
  • The importance of waste segregation in healthcare institutions

    If unmanaged, healthcare-generated waste can contribute to the spread of disease. The hospital then, where infection is supposed to end, then becomes instrumental in the spread of disease.

  • 5 new superfoods to try
    Slowly but surely, more superfoods are making waves, and here we share five of the newest to try out as part of a healthier diet.
  • Nurses: 5 tips for providing good patient education
    Providing patient education is an essential aspect of nursing care. In fact, the success of the individual has been found to be greatly impacted by the quality of the nurse’s support and instruction.
  • Shift work: A doctor's advice on coping
    It is no secret, or surprise, that shift work has multiple negative effects on any individual who is required to undergo it. Yet, it is undeniably an unavoidable part of working in the healthcare sector, hence healthcare professionals have no other option besides finding ways to cope. Here is one doctor's take on making shift work work for you.