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Inspiring Stories- The hospital Window

Inspiring Stories- The hospital Window

Medical experts are realizing how important sleep is to health and healing. Hospitals are now making changes to facilitate patient sleep.

Hospitals work on allowing patients to actually sleep

A trend to improve patients' chances of getting a good night's sleep in hospitals involves less interruptions, new quiet-hour restrictions and other rules.

The X-ray of Tove Schuster's spine shows the metal cage and four screws her surgeon used to repair a damaged disk in her back.

Hospitals Fail To Protect Nursing Staff From Becoming Patients

Hospitals Fail To Protect Nursing Staff From Becoming Patients - The X-ray of Tove Schuster's spine shows the metal cage and four screws her surgeon used to repair a damaged disk in her back.

A nurse with fatal breast cancer says end-of-life discussions saved her life

A nurse with fatal breast cancer says end-of-life discussions saved her life

In an open letter to federal health officials, she says doctors should be paid for such conversations.

A new drug for advanced prostate cancer patients has proved so effective that researchers stopped the clinical trial early to give all patients a chance to receive the life-extending medication, according to a UCSF-led study released Saturday.

Prostate cancer drug so effective trial stopped

Every year, some Americans contract prostate cancer. While if the cancer is detected in the earlier stages, it can be treated fairly effectively. However, it the diagnosis is somehow delayed,

Good Grief :: Harper's BAZAAR

Hannah Richell writes for Harper's BAZAAR Australia about losing her husband Matt and the grieving process.

Prerecorded video messages from family members are part of an apparently unique pilot program at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale aimed at helping dementia patients break through the morning fog of forgetfulness that can often cause them agitation and fear.

Prerecorded video messages from family members are part of an apparently unique pilot program at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale aimed at helping dementia patients break through the morning fog of forgetfulness that can often cause them agitation and fear.

1/8 CDN men will be diagnosed w/ prostate cancer in lifetime. African & Caribbean men at particular risk #ProstateQA pic.twitter.com/n2Gz5lrp4t

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CDN men will be diagnosed w/ prostate cancer in lifetime. African & Caribbean men at particular risk

Caution Urged Over Weight-Loss Drugs -- People should be cautions about using two new weight-loss drugs because it's not clear whether they increase the risk for heart problems, some doctors argue

The reason some people select the option is less environmental impact. No toxic embalming chemicals, no vault, no maintenance with riding mowers. Just a body, in a biodegradable container or shroud, in the ground.

Natural burials draw new interest

"Natural" burial: The reason some people select the option is less environmental impact. No toxic embalming chemicals, no vault, no maintenance with riding mowers. Just a body, in a biodegradable container or shroud, in the ground.

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