Monthly Archives: March 2015

Hoarding Disorder and the DSM V

Hoarding disorder is the name of a psychiatric condition that produces symptoms such as the compulsive urge to acquire unusually large amounts of possessions and an inability to voluntarily get rid of those possessions, even when they have no practical … Continue reading

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Impact of Electronic Hand Hygiene Monitoring Systems: A Review of Case Studies

It is universally acknowledged that adequate hand hygiene is one of the most effective ways to prevent transmission of infections. There have been many strategies developed to help improve hand hygiene compliance. The most effective of such strategies include monitoring … Continue reading

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Misconceptions About Vaccinations

With all the information available on vaccines, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. Here’s the truth behind some of the most common misconceptions about vaccines. Do vaccines cause autism? No. Scientists have studied this for years, in … Continue reading

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