Jury Awards $14 Million in Malpractice Case.
Here is another large malpractice award that sounds excessive but is probably not. The facts, as they almost always are in these cases, are sad. A twelve-year-old girl underwent a heart transplant in 2007 at a Seattle children’s hospital. In … Read More
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Low-Dose Aspirin Not Always Good for You
If you are a male over 40 years old, your doctor may have told you it’s a good idea to take low-dose aspirin once a day to prevent heart attack and stroke. After all, that’s been the conventional wisdom for … Read More
Hospitals – Ask Before You Go.
I have written often about the importance of being an informed consumer of medical treatment. As we become more connected, more and more information becomes available to consumers to identify doctors with questionable histories and hospitals with less than stellar … Read More
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Pearly Whites Good for the Heart
My partner and I have often commented about the reasons medical malpractice often results from the failure to timely diagnose stroke and heart attack. Both are leading causes of mortality worldwide. A lot of medical research has been done about these problems, most of which strongly suggests … Read More
Bad News about Strokes
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is blocked. There are two types of strokes, ischemic and hemmoragic. Ischemic strokes occur when an artery is blocked, usually by a plaque or a blood clot. Hemmoragic strokes occur when … Read More