According to AAMC News, “medical misinformation is responsible for the largest measles outbreak in a quarter century.” Patients become so convinced that misinformation is to be trusted and decline life-saving vaccinations and treatments. Read more about what medical schools are […]
Written by Devon Olson, Research & Education Librarian It’s easy to feel pessimistic in the midst of our current 24-hour news cycle. But there has been some good news in the last year. If you need an infusion of good cheer, peruse […]
Go ahead – turn up those Christmas carols! It turns out there is a real connection between music and health and wellness. The most recent issue of the MedlinePlus magazine includes an interview with the well-known soprano, Renée Fleming, in which she talks about […]
Did you know that Thanksgiving has also been declared National Family Health History Day? Learn more in this blog post by one of the UND health sciences librarians.
Talking about end-of-life care is difficult for physicians and patients. Take a listen to MPR’s Kerri Miller as she facilitates a conversation between clinicians and callers with personal stories of making these decisions.
If you have an interest in health disparity and socioeconomic factors, this project is for you. Amy Kind’s online platform, The Neighborhood Atlas, allows users to rank and map neighborhoods according to socioeconomic disadvantage. Read the NIH News Release and […]