2017

What Guppies Taught Me About Doctoring

December 07, 2017
Editor’s Note: A version of this article first appeared in the December issue of the SGIM Forum. Mr. T* was back in the hospital for the...

Auto Pedestrian Safety - Back to School

January 01, 2017
About 100 children in the United States are killed every year while walking to or from school; another 25,000 children are injured as a result of...

Heres How Hospitals and Physicians Can Help Solve the National Opioid Crisis

August 30, 2017
Pain management among hospitalized patients can be challenging. Patients may have unrealistic notions about how their pain should be controlled,...

Drug and Alcohol Problems

January 01, 2017
If you are concerned that alcohol or drug use may have been a part of the cause of an injury or illness in your life, learn more about how to know...

Snow Skiing Safety Tips

January 01, 2017
Winter Sports Injury: Snow Skiing According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were more than 144,000 snow skiing-related...

Snow Sledding Safety Tips

January 01, 2017
Sledding Safety Sledding down a snowy hill has long been a favorite winter activity. While the bumpy ride can be thrilling, it can also be...

Snow Removal Injury Prevention

January 01, 2017
For most people, snow removal is an expected chore. But, for some, the risk of a heart attack or back injury is a reality. If you are not in good...

Rabies Prevention Tips

January 01, 2017
Rabies is a disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. It is transmitted in the saliva through the bite of infected animals....

Suicide Prevention

January 01, 2017
A completed suicide occurs when an individual ends their own life. It is a serious public health issue that can have a huge impact on a family, an...

Snowmobiling Safety

January 01, 2017
Winter Sports Injury Prevention Tips: Snowmobiling More than 1.5 million snowmobiles in the United States will venture into the back country each...
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