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5 Steps to Hire the Right Employees
Even if you know what you’re doing, it can be hard to make good hires. Because doctors are trained to practice medicine, many receive little or no training in how to run a business—or how to make great hires for non-clinical positions. Here are some tried-and-true tips to help you make sure your next hire doesn’t turn into your next headache.
The practice of medicine moves pretty fast, leaving little time for doctors to involve themselves with insurance, paperwork and office business processes. Of course, quality doctors and nurses are critical to excellent patient care. But without the right office staff, your practice could quickly be sent into a tailspin.
Depression can be worsened with inflammation, according to findings published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
The central nervous system plays a role in painful diabetic peripheral nerve disease, according to findings presented in the journal Pain.
Pain is one area of medicine that continues to provoke questions, and a recent study suggests that exercise-induced pain is in a category of its own.
Advanced age is not the only risk factor to consider when deciding whether a patient with atrial fibrillation should get anticoagulants.
Pregnant women with severe acute migraine attacks may need to be considered as high-risk pregnancies; new research shows that the condition can lead to preterm delivery and other complications.
The first study to investigate the link between fibromyalgia and stroke risk revealed telling results across all ages and sexes.
Making the switch to daylight savings time can send some people to the hospital, a study from Finland shows.

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