stress

Minnesota Law May Help Prevent Pharmacy Errors
Minnesota Law May Help Prevent Pharmacy ErrorsLaw curbs pharmacist hours to prevent errors due to fatigue.
How to Cope with Residency StressResidency programs are teaching young pharmacists how to cope with stress.
Readers reactA reader writes in to discuss the management conditions specifically related to stress.
Behavioral health top priority for employersWith a growing need for services, nearly nine in 10 employers cite behavioral health as an important priority in Willis Towers Watson survey.
What is the biggest stressor in your office?Three urologists discuss what causes them the most angst and the ways they try to reduce the pressure.
Does increased stress lead to heart attack?In this edition of Men’s Health Mythbuster, Matthew Pollard, MD, Jesse N. Mills, MD look at what impact stress really has on the cardiovascular system.
How to combat stress in your lifeI am sure we are all familiar with stress because I do not think you can become an OD without dealing with a large amount of it. In case you are not aware, stress is good in short doses. But large daily doses over years is bad.
Insurer diabetes program engages consumers, lowers costs
Insurer diabetes program engages consumers, lowers costsAnthem Blue Cross recently launched a year-long diabetes prevention program to educate, treat and support its qualified California members who are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Tips for taking advantage of Labor Day 2016
Tips for taking advantage of Labor Day 2016Dermatologists, once considered generally immune to burnout, are seeing a sharp increase in occupational fatigue and we're offering some ideas for this Labor Day Weekend to help regain that strong work-life balance.
Treating obesity at ground zeroI found myself in the trenches of the war on obesity in 2000 when I began working as a general pediatrician at a local community clinic in Southern California. I immediately became aware of the day-to-day barriers that my patients were facing and I began to take on the responsibility of making sure that the children I was seeing would not only survive, but also thrive.