Share this stuff What really happens to your Body when you are put under Anesthesia? Every day, specialist doctors known as anesthetists (or, in the US, anesthesiologists) put hundreds…
Between the lower overall health costs, reduced absenteeism and time away from work, the benefits of telemedicine are immense. While telemedicine isn’t a new approach, it has gained a lot traction in the last half decade for a variety of reasons.
To put simply, the immune system is like the Goldilocks story: it can do too much, too little, or just enough. When it does too much, it causes autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis and lupus. When it does too little, as in AIDS, it fails to protect the person from infections that are normally easily killed off with a healthy immune system. When it does just enough, it allows us to resist disease naturally and/or with the help of vaccines….
We all know health problems can cost a lot. The time span of suffering from certain ailments particularly diabetes therapies, antihypertensive drugs, and medications for hyperlipidemia – drove much of the massive increase in health care spending during the past 2 decades.
Up to 46% of participants who had no visual symptoms before surgery reported at least one visual symptom at three months after surgery. For some, everyday activities and nighttime driving become difficult.
Increasing drug prices in the United States may be a result of the cost and complexity of drug development, government-protected monopolies given to drug manufacturers, and the restriction of price negotiation. Drug spending in the United States per capita exceeds that in all other countries. Prescription medications in the United States currently comprise an estimated 17% of personal healthcare services.