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Healthgrades Names America’s Top Hospitals for 2017 | Feature

See which hospitals made the cut for the top 50 and top 100 in the country. Healthgrades recently released its America’s Best Hospitals for 2017, naming America’s

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patients-doctors-physicians-exam-clipboard

6 Ways to Achieve Successful Physician Partnerships | Feature

For physician partnerships to be successful, it is critical to pre-plan, have careful structuring, and maintain continued communication. Here are six areas that should be examined in

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intravenous-IV-chemotherapy

Taking a High-Priced Cancer Drug with a Low-Fat Meal Can Cut Cost by 75% | News Brief

Taking one-fourth the standard dose of a widely used drug for prostate cancer with a low-fat breakfast can be as effective – and four times less expensive

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hospital-emergency

One in 4 ER Visits for Eye Problems Aren’t Actually Emergencies | News Brief

University of Michigan researchers envision ways to reduce inappropriate and costly emergency visits, including telemedicine and after-hours appointments. Pinkeye isn’t a medical emergency. Neither is a puffy

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SystolicHyper-CardioMort-Feature

Cardiovascular Disease Costs Will Exceed $1 Trillion by 2035 | News Brief

Nearly half of Americans will develop pre-existing cardiovascular disease conditions, analysis by RTI International shows. A new study projects that by 2035, cardiovascular disease, the most costly

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SurgerySupplements-Transparent-Feature

Study Finds that Melatonin Content of Supplements Varies Widely | News Brief

Results highlight the need for improved quality control of melatonin supplements. A new study suggests that the melatonin content of dietary supplements often varies widely from what

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Study: Exercise is Not the Key to Weight Control | News Brief

Researchers who studied young adults from the United States and four other countries found that neither physical activity nor sedentary time were associated with weight gain. An

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New App Helps Bring Patients Back to Life After Heart Stops | News Brief

A newly released app called the Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Mobile Application has helped save the lives of numerous patients whose hearts had stopped in a condition known

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lung-disease-tb-Tuberculosis

Clinical Complications Associated with Antiretroviral Therapy in HIV/Tuberculosis Coinfected Patients | News Brief

Today Future Science Group announces the publication of an article in Future Virology highlighting the clinical complications associated with ART in Chinese HIV/ Tuberculosis (TB) coinfected patients.

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hiv-aids

Progress Toward HIV Cure Highlighted in Issue of AIDS Research & Human Retroviruses | News Brief

A comprehensive collection of articles describing the broad scope and current status of this global effort is published in a special issue of AIDS Research and Human

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homosexual-men-gay

Beliefs About Better Treatment for HIV Results in Riskier Sex | News Brief

Condomless intercourse among gay men is on the rise. A survey spanning 19 years of participants at a gay pride event in the US notes a consistent

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antibiotics-pills-needle

Support for Health Professionals Reduces Unnecessary Use of Antibiotics in Hospitals | News Brief

An updated Cochrane Review published today has identified effective and safe ways to reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics in hospitals. A team of Cochrane researchers from the

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Improve-ED-Care-LGBT_Feature

New Data Reveal Aging Experiences of LGBT Americans | News Brief

“LGBT older adults face disparities in health and well-being compared to heterosexual peers.” A new supplemental issue of the journal The Gerontologist presents the findings of the

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Noninvasive Technique Gives New Insight into Different Forms of Heart Failure | News Brief

A new study provides a new tool for fighting heart disease. Using a novel noninvasive technique, a team of researchers led by a professor at the University

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doctor-patient-physician-talking-exam-elderly-geriatrics

Drug & Dietary Supplement Use Among Seniors | Feature

With older adults increasingly using multiple medications and supplements, efforts are needed to improve the safe use of these therapies to reduce preventable adverse drug events. Published

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bacteria-infection

New, Faster Way of Detecting Bacteria Could Save Lives | News Brief

A quicker way to detect the bacteria causing patients to become sick has now been developed, giving physicians a better chance at saving lives. Brett Etchebarne, an

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psychiatrist11102

New Research Says Psychological Treatment Can Have Negative Side Effects | News Brief

Groundbreaking research on this unexplored territory is the focus of a new dissertation out of Stockholm University. We know now that therapy is an effective treatment for

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American Cancer Society Endorses Two-Dose Regimen for HPV Vaccination | News Brief

The guideline has been updated to reflect recent federal recommendation. The American Cancer Society has endorsed updated recommendations on human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination from the Advisory Committee

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SS36021

1 in 4 Adults have Hearing Damage, Study Says | News Brief

Millions suffer from hearing damage even when hearing perceived as excellent. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey that found about one in four U.S.

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gout-foot-pain-feet

Misdiagnosed Foot, Ankle Injuries May Result in Arthritis, Chronic Pain and Disability | News Brief

The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Review highlights importance of additional imaging, second opinions for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Front-line physicians are advised to err on

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