The human touch in medicine: good or bad?

02:00 EDT 17 Apr 2018 | KevinMD

Humans need human touch Patients sometimes need a shoulder to cry on. When I say that, I normally mean it on a completely figurative level. However, at times, it needs to be interpreted differently. There are instances in a medical encounter where an actual shoulder could be of service — a physical crutch that takes […]

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