He gone, Miss Manning. He might as well be dead. He gone for his whole life. ... But your emotional well-being is, too. You'd lost your baby boy after losing the baby girl who made him.
Like all screening exams, mammography has a potential adverse effect on comfort, function and psychological well-being. ... Screening mammography, like all cancer screening tests, has potential drawbacks, including adverse effects on survival, comfort,
I think it's really important to bring up all these additional benefits of physical activity, including things like psychological well-being, cognitive function, and sleep quality,” Dr.
She had bags under her eyes, she hadn't been sleeping well, and she had been waking up three and four times a night because her nose was so blocked up. ... facial pain, pressure or fullness,. decreased sense of smell,. impact on well-being, with negative
In addition to mandatory recertification, a new threat to the well-being of practicing internists is Maintenance of Certification (MOC), an unnecessarily complex system through which the American Board of Internal ... We will also continue to strive for
Through ACP's Physician Well-being and Professional Satisfaction initiative, ACP continues to work to address the root causes that affect physician professional fulfillment and well-being, including reducing administrative burdens ... ACP has deployed
He was then, as now, a physician who is truly “worthy to serve the suffering.” Always compassionate and concerned for the patient's well-being (the word patient is from a
Our learners are fearful of not being able to live their dreams, the burden of their debt, all the ‘What if?’ scenarios that burden them and us,” she said. ... Well-being webinars specifically targeted to medical students, residents, and fellows
This [exam] was of striking importance to us all because before this came out, we had no way of being able to diagnose the illness,” Dr. ... A 2007 Cochrane review of 34 studies found moderate-quality evidence that aerobic-only exercise training has
As a doctor, I welcome people's engagement with their health. Anything that gives people a sense of control over their lives (and their "well-being") can't be bad.