Wednesday, March 3, 2021

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For the Sake of their Patients, Healthcare Must Embrace AI

Technology means we no longer need to be separated from our point of care. It can follow us everywhere, an ever-vigilant protector and guardian angel, and its applications are limitless

The Silver Lining of Our Moral Distress with Covid

Are doctors developing apathy towards covid patients or do they still view them with compassion? A frontline doctor examines his empathy

A Doctor Responds to a Family Member About the Covid-19 Vaccine

I am happy to respectfully engage with anyone regarding questions about the covid-19 vaccine as it is the #1 thing we can do to get our lives back to normal!!

Racism, It Turns Out, Kills Babies, Not Race

What does your ‘right to health’ actually entitle you to? Does it relate just to your physical state and being free of disease or does it encompass more?

Up, Up, And Away: The Evolution of Speed

Amphetamine was synthesized from ephedrine by German scientists in 1887, and methamphetamine, also created by Nagayoshi, arrived in 1893. Pharmacologist Akira Ogata took methamphetamine one step further

Why Some Californian Healthcare Workers Are Refusing the Covid Vaccine

The covid vaccine is a personal choice. It always was and always will be. That doctor or nurse who has refused the vaccine because of personal concerns is fully within their rights to do so.

Exposing the Dark World of Predatory Health

Predatory Health is the greatest challenge modern healthcare faces. Practitioners of predatory health are undermining trust in vaccines and proven medical practices.

Record Numbers of Californians Die From COVID-19, Surgeon General Promotes Yoga and Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences

When evidence faces off against the power of celebrity status and charisma, the evidence is left lying face down in the street. That becomes particularly important to take into account during a pandemic in which people are dying from misinformation.

Psychotherapy’s Got an Unpleasant Image Problem

Our foibles make us who we are, and perfection may not be what we want or need. What we want is to be understood, accepted, and helped when we need help.

Proving Vaccine Safety Without Relying on Science

It's the hottest debate of the year. How safe is the Covid Vaccine? Should you get it? What are the risks? What's the point if you can still catch the coronavirus? Why bother if you still need to wear a mask? Will it make you sterile?

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Coronavirus and Physician Burnout Are Adding Fuel to the Fire

Medscape’s 2020 ‘National Physician Burnout & Suicide Report’ found that 42% of the 15,000 physicians surveyed reported being burned out.

Healthcare Workers Show Their Faith in the Covid Vaccine #vaccinechallenge

Join our #vaccinechallenge. We're Inviting doctors to send us links to their vaccination video and we''ll make you famous. Show your patients and let's help build trust in the Covid vaccine.

Medika’s Call for Food Aid for Starving Filipino Children

Help us support starving Children in the Philippines by donating to our MOBILIZE™ Food Aid Project this November. Meet the families your donations are feeding and see how your money is helping.

Medika’s #vaccinechallenge: Add your photos here

Doctors and nurses contribute to Medika's #vaccinechallenge. Enter the #vaccinechallenge and help restore faith in vaccines

Meet the Author: Dr Hesham A Hassaballa

Ever wondered what motivates doctors to write? The answers may surprise you. Welcome to Medika's author interviews with some of our more prolific authors....

Covid’s Silent and Sinister Effect on the Married Lives of Healthcare Workers

Many Healthcare professionals are feeling more and more isolated as the separation between home and work becomes more pronounced for a number of reasons

Meet the Author: Davina Tiwari, MSW RSW

Meet Davina Tiwari. Read her author interview on Medika Life and get to know this Medical Professional behind the articles.

Meet the Author: Dr Patricia Farrell, PhD

Ever wondered what motivates doctors to write? The answers may surprise you. Welcome to Medika's author interviews with some of our more prolific authors....

Meet the Author: Lisa Bradburn

Get to know our Medika authors more intimately. A closer look at the profiles of Lisa Bradburn, what drives Lisa and what she feels about the future of

Meet the Author: Dr Michael Burg

Ever wondered what motivates doctors to write? The answers may surprise you. Welcome to Medika's author interviews with some of our more prolific authors....

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Meet the Author: Lisa Bradburn

Get to know our Medika authors more intimately. A closer look at the profiles of Lisa Bradburn, what drives Lisa and what she feels about the future of

My First Time Operating as an Intern Was Eye-Opening

The very real life experience of a medical student experiencing their first call to surgery. The feelings that accompany being on the other side of the knife for the first time

Rolling Nervous Breakdowns, Work and Health Consequences

The term is “rolling nervous breakdowns.” New in its entrance on the medical and office scene, it nevertheless presents serious consequences and is a direct result of the insecurity brought on by COVID-19

Thinking About Making a Career Move or Job Change?

A career move or job change is never easy. Lots of thoughts, factors, and pros/cons go into a decision as important as this one. Sometimes it helps to ask yourself a few key questions to decide whether or not to make that first move.