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Creating a Safe Sleep Environment for Your Baby - Stanford Medicine Children's Health Blog

Creating a Safe Sleep Environment for Your Baby – Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Blog

Recently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an alert recommending parents and caregivers not to use pillows to shape infants’ heads, as they can create an unsafe sleeping environment for infants and may increase the risk of suffocation and death. According to the FDA, pillows have not has been shown to be safe or …

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Doctors around the world are burnt out, creating spelling problems for the global workforce, new research finds

Doctors around the world are burnt out, creating spelling problems for the global workforce, new research finds

Photo of a young nurse looking stressed as she stands at a hospital window Getty Amid the great health care resignation, recent research has shown high levels of burnout among nurses and widespread concern about the resulting damage to patient care. But new research published today by the Commonwealth Fund shows that these concerns are …

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Creating a Chapter on Black Men in White Coats at UB

Creating a Chapter on Black Men in White Coats at UB

Medical students, from left, Michael Augustin, Shawn Gibson and Kwaku Bonsu are co-founders and co-presidents of the Jonathan Daniels Chapter of the Jacobs School of Black Men in White Coats. Posted November 7, 2022 dirk hoffman story A Black Men in White Coats chapter has been established at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical …

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