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Are duty hour restrictions are preparing trainees for the real-world medicine?

Duty hours have been the focus of a lot of research recently. If you are just joining this discussion, the iCOMPARE trial randomized 63 internal medicine residency programs to either flexible (interns could work more than 16 hours) or standard (interns had to work within the 16-hour limit) work hours. The results so far have… Read More »

After Weight Loss Surgery: Preparing for the Short Term Posted By : Jai Prakash Srivastava

After weight loss surgery, you will need to make several lifestyle adjustments in both the short-term and the long-term. Over the course of the next 12-18 months, you will see your weight reduce significantly. To maintain a healthy weight and minimize the risk of weight-related illnesses, you will need to follow through with the dietary… Read More »