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Making the case for adjusting quality measures for social risk factors

A new analysis by a team of researchers led by Dr. David Nerenz of Henry Ford Health System suggests that accounting for social risk factors like poverty, housing instability and transportation insecurity can have meaningful impact on healthcare quality measures without compromising quality of care. In a report published today in Health Affairs, researchers make […]

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The biggest mistake you’re making when washing your face masks

Face masks have become a regular sight these days, particularly since the CDC made its recommendation on the use of face masks during the coronavirus. And if you’ve been good about staying home during shelter-in-place guidelines, you might not have thought about cleaning your face mask on the rare occasions when you’ve gone out, since […]

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A breakfast fit for making your New Year’s resolutions

(HealthDay)—New Year’s Day is typically when you vow to start a new diet to take off any weight you put on over the holidays or have been carrying. This year, make your resolutions attainable—slight changes that improve health without making impossible-to-meet demands on yourself. If you enjoyed yourself last night, New Year’s Day morning is […]

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Is Imposter Syndrome Making You Sick?

Ever notice how some people breeze through arduous tasks and projects as if they were born to do the work? Meanwhile, others seem to struggle, even admitting how nervous or anxious they feel, constantly seeking support and validation. They might even say things like, “I have no idea how to do this” or “I’m not […]