Sussex Healthcare Provides Care for Senior

Examining the Many Types of Senior Care Services Sussex Healthcare Offers

Established in 1985, Sussex Healthcare manages more than 20 homes that are situated in the southeastern section of the United Kingdom, and the business offers state-of-the-art services for residents who regularly notice... Read more »

Princeton Healthcare Joins Penn Medicine

The healthcare system finalized a merger on Tuesday with the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS), more popularly known as Penn Medicine. The New Jersey-based organization will now be known as Penn... Read more »

A Growing Concern Over Opioid Use By Prescription And Illegal Means

In 2015, the Center for Disease Control, released findings from a major national study it had performed. In this study, data was collected by state on human death from drug overdose. The... Read more »

Cancer Treatment Different For Teens

A young girl heard what she thought was a gun go off inside her home when she was 15. She went to see if her father had heard it, but he acted... Read more »

Why Cancer Often Reoccurs

Cancer is a disease that often reoccurs in survivors. A famous example of a cancer reoccurrence is that of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was diagnosed with colon... Read more »
Eric Lefkofsky

Extending the Eric Lefkofsky Legacy: A Passionate Philanthropist Rising for the Rest

It’s no surprise that entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky is investing in Rise of the Rest, a new organization that’s aiming to be a force for economic development.     Rise of the Rest... Read more »
Dr. David Samadi breaks down new hypertension guidelines

Dr. David Samadi Discusses New Guidelines for Hypertension

High blood pressure or hypertension now has a new definition. The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology recently introduced the public to new guidelines for this condition. For many... Read more »

Antibiotic Apocalypse Ain’t No Joke! Dr. Mark McKenna Helps Us Takes A Look

We’ve reached a tipping point in medicine, sounded by the WHO (World Health Organization) very recently. The over-use and misuse of antibiotics in animals and humans is contributing to the rising threat... Read more »
Dr. Mark Holterman makes a medical difference in Vietnam

Dr. Mark Holterman Inspires Volunteer Service for Compassionate Causes

Dr. Mark Holterman works tirelessly researching new therapies, performing surgeries, educating others with articles and lectures, teaching students as a professor at the University of Illinois and guiding medical students and surgical... Read more »