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New decision rule can reduce unnecessary head CT scans in older adults after falls
Falling on level ground is a common cause of a brain bleed. Computed tomography (CT) of the head is commonly used to assess patients who have fallen. But sending every patient who has fallen for a head scan is inefficient and costly. New decision rule will help emergency department physicians determine which older adults need imaging for head injuries.See the Story
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Climate Change · United States
'Pharmacy Forecast' identifies growing societal challenges expected to impact care
The 2024 Pharmacy Forecast was released at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists’ Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition. It drew its findings from a survey of more than 250 pharmacy leaders from across the US on key topics impacting health systems. Survey participants expect the frequency of public health emergencies related to climate change to double in coming years.See the Story
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Canada · Canada
Primary care lessons for Canada from OECD countries
Canada's health spending was in the middle of the pack, although the percentage of health spending that was public was the lowest at 70%. Canada had similar numbers of family doctors per capita but the lowest number of total physicians per capita and spent less of the total health budget on primary care.See the Story
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How to Make Well-Being Enhancement Work in the Real World
There are a number of explanations as to why we do not do what we know is good for us. Here are the most common, followed by what well-being implementers do differently. People who make the best of their lives educate themselves. They welcome forgoing a short-term pleasure for an enormously greater long-term benefit.See the Story
Men's Physical Strength Linked to Perceptions of Political Conservatism, Study Reveals
Physically strong men were perceived as more conservative compared to their weaker counterparts. This perception extended beyond mere political identity and encompassed specific issues such as fiscal conservatism and social conservatism. Interestingly, the type of conservatism or the presence of wealth cues did not significantly alter these perceptions. These findings have profound implications for understanding the psychological mechanisms behind our perception of political ideologies.See the Story
Anxious Attachment Styles: Characteristics, Coping Strategies, and Paths to Security
The three primary attachment styles are anxious (or anxious-preoccupied), avoidant (or dismissive-avoidant), and secure. The post Anxious Attachment Styles: Characteristics, Coping Strategies, and Paths to Security appeared first on Psychreg.See the Story