According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National
Center for Health Statistics, an average of 50,000 women die of heart
attacks a year in the United States. Heart disease is the leading cause
of death in women, as well. Given these two facts, one would believe more
doctors would be careful with diagnosing women with heart attack symptoms.
Unfortunately, that is not the case. Continue reading Why Heart Attacks Are So Commonly Misdiagnosed in Women
Undergoing any major medical procedure can be intimidating. There are inherent risks with some surgeries or treatments that doctors cannot eliminate. They will still recommend the procedures if they believe it is the only solution. Similarly, taking pharmaceutical drugs can also have side effects that are not pleasant. Many individuals believe that because they endured pain and suffering after a surgery or after ingesting medicine, they have grounds for suing. However, it is not that simple. Continue reading How to Differentiate Between Adverse Events and Malpractice