A burning in the mouth is a symptom found in many conditions, including dry mouth syndrome, diabetes and anemia. However, many patients in Hawaii and across the U.S. are being diagnosed with burning mouth syndrome the moment doctors realize that this is one of the symptoms. It is a misdiagnosis that leads to some patients never getting the correct treatment. Others have to see several doctors before being correctly diagnosed.
When you feel sick or suffer a serious injury in Honolulu, one of the first things you do is go to your doctor or a medical facility for diagnosis and treatment. Due to the extensive education, training and high level of expertise they have, you implicitly trust physicians, nurses and other medical personnel with your life. Regardless of the type of care you feel you need or how long you have been a patient of a particular doctor, it is wise to take extra precautions to avoid becoming a medical malpractice victim.
Sexual abuse by priests is an issue that Hawaii residents and others have likely heard about recently. How to put a stop to such abuse is one of the key topics that will be discussed during the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention, or SBC. A variety of solutions will be considered, such as expelling churches that fail to report abuse or otherwise fail to take reports seriously. There may also be a committee formed that would be responsible for overseeing how claims are handled.