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The Power of the Patient

How to use it to your advantage in the wave of consumerism

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Good Nutrition is a Good Prescription

As we are becoming a more health conscious society everyone wants to know what is really in their food, and what does "organic" really means. One way to be certain of what is in your food is to grow it yourself. Amber Harmon tried vegetable gardening and met challenge after challenge ...

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Environmental Services: It Makes a Difference

Dominick Clayton and Odessa Betancourt

Why is choosing the right environmental services company so important? Cleanliness is just not a luxury in the medical field. Medical facilities have greater expectations and must take specific safety precautions to prevent the spread ...

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Dementia Rates Decline Sharply Among Seniors
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Deadly Superbug Linked To Four Deaths In The U.S.
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Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome: Diagnosis, Management and Treatment

By SRINIVAS SEELA, MD

Superior mesenteric artery syndrome (SMAS) is a digestive condition that occurs when the duodenum is compressed between two arteries (the aorta and the superior mesenteric artery). This compression causes partial or complete blockage of the duodenum. ...

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Researchers Unlock Mystery Of How Zika Spreads In Human Cells
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Play, Autism, and The PLAY Project
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Are Blues' Plans Benefitting Unfairly From Program To Offset Cost Of Sicker Patients?
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The Importance of Preparation for Organized Wound Care
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Got Zika? For Pregnant Women, Lab Constraints Mean It's Often Hard To Know
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Early Lung Cancer Detection May Save Lives

Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer death for both men and women in the United States. The five-year survival rate for lung cancer patients is a dismal 16 percent.

The good news is that new screening guidelines could dramatically improve lung cancer surv ...

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Large Danish Study Links Contraceptive Use To Risk Of Depression
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In Battle Against Zika, Researchers Seek Foolproof Test For Infection

The virus goes away quickly, but the damage is done.

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High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Advances Treatment for Prostate Cancer

New FDA-Approved Technology to Ablate Prostate Tissue

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GuideWell's Take on Cancer and the Conference Experience
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CDC Deploys New Rapid Response Teams To Fight Zika

Nearly 800 people have been diagnosed in Florida with Zika, at least 64 of them having been infected locally.

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Physicians, Specialists Hold Summit on Brain-eating Amoeba

Sebastian DeLeon, the South Florida teen who survived an infection, gave his first public appearance and provided an update on his recovery.

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Gaps In Care Persist During Transition From Hospital To Home

For elderly patients, leaving the hospital is fraught with risk. Most are sent home or to nursing facilities after just a few days, still reeling from acute illnesses -- not to mention the chronic conditions they are also confronting.

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Experts Say Stepped-Up Monitoring Is Crucial As Zika's Threat Lasts Beyond A Baby's Birth

In a clinical guidance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called for regular assessments of children who may have been exposed in utero.

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Attending To The 'Human Element' Is Key To Keeping Patients Healthy

Paper suggests that "implicit bias" -- doctors and nurses subtly or subconsciously treating some patients differently than others -- or patients' perception of it could have consequences for people's health.

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It's Not "Giving Up"

Many people believe that choosing hospice means that length of life will be sacrificed in order to be more comfortable.

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'America's Other Drug Problem': Copious Prescriptions For Hospitalized Elderly
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Cardiac Rehab Improves Health, But Cost And Access Issues Complicate Success

Fewer than one-third of patients whose conditions qualify for the rehab actually participate

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Another Reason To Diet: Experts Find Additional Evidence Of Obesity-Cancer Link
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