Propaganda that Masqueraded as Pharmaceutical Marketing

Looking back on the evolution of the current opioid epidemic, the marketing of opioids looks like profitable propaganda.

New Strategy and Overdue Resource to Combat Medical Errors

American employers must help eliminate medical errors, but how can we get them to do it?

Don't Let Safety Advice Fall on Deaf Ears

Can you name two important factors that affect whether people will follow safety advice?

Holding the Right People Accountable for Vaccination Deaths

We must face uncomfortable truths if we want to reduce sources of medical error.

Keeping Patients Safe

Have you given enough thought to what's necessary to stay safe during a planned or emergency hospital visit?

Three Ways to Boost Workplace Safety

How well do you distinguish between incompetent people and defective processes?

Polite Doctors are Safer Doctors

Little things like polite communication and consistent use of basic safety habits can mean the difference between life and death medical care.

Making hospitals safer, healthier

Worried about medical errors? There are simple things you can do to protect yourself and others.

Dodge the DSM and Its True Believers!

Have you been played by psychiatric authorities?

On Resolutions: To Err Is Human; to Forgive, Divine

If you are struggling to commit to some form of self-improvement, consider a suggestion that can lessen heartache and save money.

Paying Attention to Injuries Among Temporary Workers

Has your company seen an uptick in work-related injuries or illnesses lately? Recent hiring trends may be part of the problem and the solution.

Is It Time to Retire ADHD?

For many Americans heroin addiction begins with the abuse of legally prescribed medications. Most often this involves painkillers, but sometimes trouble begins with ADHD drugs.

Medical Errors - A New Leading Cause of Death

Each year, one out of every four hospital patients in the United states will be harmed by the care they receive. Simple cost-free safety behaviors could cut these deaths in half.