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December 18, 2019

Pre-Travel Holiday Road Trip Tips

Many Michiganders hit the road to visit relatives and friends during the holiday season. With potential bad weather, congested roadways, and the typical perilous conditions (i.e., traffic jams in Detroit and its many suburbs, or slippery s-curves surrounding the city of Grand Rapids), it is important to travel mindfully and with caution. Whether you...
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November 21, 2019

Should I Get a Flu Shot: Potential Protection From Unnecessary Hospital Exposure

It is the time of year where we are offered the flu vaccination at every Walgreens visit. Should you endure that simple poke of the arm? A flu shot can decrease your chance of an ER or hospital visit, avoiding exposure to a cesspool of illness. Below we explore the common questions surrounding the...
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October 30, 2019

Michigan No-Fault Reform: Less Coverage, More Cost

For many years, Michigan’s auto no-fault law has been a debated topic among consumers, insurance companies, and healthcare providers. Various competing benefits of interested parties to the no-fault law have led to ongoing pressures for change. The most recent impetus for change was the unlimited nature of personal injury protection (PIP) under the no-fault...
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October 4, 2019

Healing After a Traumatic Birth: a Guide for Mothers

Most parents remember the birth of their baby as a most joyous experience. It is the end of nine months of preparation, anticipation, and eagerly waiting. Becoming a parent is a festive celebration. But what happens when the birth of your child does not go exactly as expected? Traumatic births are surprisingly common in...
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September 5, 2019

Bias in Medicine: Under-Served Patient Populations

There is an overlooked and harsh reality many patients face in our medical system: bias.  In the American healthcare system, gender and/or race can impact a person’s access to appropriate health care and treatment. The impact of bias in medicine is a danger to patient safety and can be the difference between life and...
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