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Report says docs are buried in messages, most from EHRs

New published research shows a link between physicians’ well-being and the volume of messages that come in their inbox. In-box messages generated by electronic health records systems accounted for nearly half of weekly messages received per physician, far exceeding the number of messages received from colleagues and patients, which further contributes to burnout. The EHR… Read More »

Portion control is just another diet that won’t work for most – Quartz

Most diets fall into one of two categories—they either claim to unlock a previously misunderstood secret of nutrition science that will lead to effortless weight loss (see: Keto, Atkins); or they promise an innovative way to change your thinking around food that will lead to effortless weight loss (see: Noom, intermittent fasting). The reality is… Read More »

How the stunning Earthrise became the world’s most famous photograph

William Anders NASA By Mick O’Hare IT CAME as no surprise since it was already in the mission plan, but the astonished cries of the astronauts were spontaneous. On 24 December 1968, Apollo 8 completed thefirst circumnavigation of the moon by humans. As it emerged from the dark side, Earth crept over the lunar horizon. It was the first time… Read More »