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An Addition For Practitioners - How to Help Your Patients and Your Practice

Please feel free to comment, so I may modify this appropriately, or help Do you refer to other modalities or tests?I invite people to investigate this valuable additional resource to their practices. Contact pk.

Medical Collections

Although you make a patient feel better, there isn't usually anything tangible to be a reminder of your service. When it comes time for the patient to pay their bills, yours is often at the bottom of the pile.

7 Tips to Immediately Reduce Rotator Cuff Pain

1. Support the affected arm during activities of daily living.

Buy Lunesta Cheap By Comparing Prescription Prices Online

We all know that there's no such thing as cheap Lunesta. But when compared with the other prescription sleep aids, Lunesta is the best buy if you're looking for a way to just finally get a good night's sleep without waking up drowsy and dysfunctional.

Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors (AChEIs)for the Treatment of Moderate and

Checklist of Treatments for Alzheimer's DiseasePart 1 of 8For approximately ten years, I have cared for a parent with slowly advancing Alzheimer's disease. Contrary to all of the horror stories portrayed in the national media, I have found that the burden of caring for an Alzheimer's sufferer is less onerous than I originally expected.

Natural Vitamin E Combined with Vitamin C for Treatment of Alzheimers Disease

Checklist of Treatments for Alzheimer's DiseasePart 2 of 82. Vitamin E combined with Vitamin C.

Three Antioxidants (ginko biloba, grade seed extract, and selenium) for Alzheimers Treatment

Checklist of Treatments for Alzheimer's DiseasePart 3 of 83. Three Antioxidants: ginko biloba, selenium, grape seed extract.

The Neurological Exam: Evaluating the Master Organ

How does a mind contemplate itself? That's a philosophical question I'll leave to minds smarter than mine, but what I can tell you is how to examine the brain and other parts of the nervous system.Most people are familiar with how doctors examine a heart or set of lungs.

CT and MRI Scans in Neurological Practice: A Quick Overview

Before computed tomographic (CT) scans became available in the 1970s, there was no good method for imaging the brain. The available methods and technologies struck around the target without quite hitting the bull's-eye.

Lumbar Puncture: This (Really) Is Spinal Tap

I couldn't resist the title's corny riff on the name of the rock band and their movie, but the kind of spinal tap featured in this article was a spinal tap before Spinal Tap was Spinal Tap. (Does that make any sense?)Known more formally as a lumbar puncture, this kind of spinal tap is a valuable medical test with an interesting history.

Medical Tests: What Does a Normal Range Mean?

We have a marvelous array of medical tests available to us. Many of them-typically blood-tests-even come with results expressed in numbers signifying the exact quantity of something that was measured.

Talking Money with Your Doctor: Drugs and Tests for Less

Would you buy groceries without knowing their prices? I suspect not. You probably compare the costs of different boxes of cereal in order to get the best deal.

Defective Heart Defibrillators Recalled by Guidant Corporation

On June17, 2005 Guidant Corporation recalled close to 50,000 heart defibrillators worldwide because of potential malfunctions that could cause injury or death. This recall comes in the wake of two recent deaths among patients who were implanted with Guidant defibrillators.

The Arthritis Pain Reliever... A New Program That Just Might Make You Younger!

For years, it's been known that regular daily exercise is one of the most important activities that people can engage in to promote good health.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) are trying to help people follow through with exercise prescriptions written by their physicians.

Dangerous Drugs

Vioxx, Celebrex, and Bextra: An editorial regarding dangerous drugsGenerally my web site deals with Internet and other media markets, but whereas our motto is "Caveat Emptor, Let the buyer beware " and is consumer advocacy oriented, we will from time to time discuss anything in that is relevent to warning readers of problems.This is one of those instances where the public should be aware of what's going on.

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Children's Mercy Sports Medicine Center at Village West to bring world-class programming to Kansas City, Kansas
Sporting Kansas City
The $75-million facility, formerly the National Training and Coaching Development Center, is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between a professional sports team, a national sports federation and a sports medicine provider. In addition to being the ...


Ageism in Medicine Must Stop, Experts Say
Kirsten Wilkins, MD, associate professor of psychiatry and psychiatry clerkship director at Yale University School of Medicine, West Haven, Connecticut, told meeting attendees that thinking of older people as innocent, cute, adorable, or fragile and in ...

Max Polyakov Talks To Innovation House About The Future Of Medicine
Gary Skentelbery (press release)
Do you plan to invest in some projects on the cutting-edge of medicine and biology? The future of medicine is in bigger data volumes highlighted Max Polyakov. He noted further that patients can gather data themselves through simple diagnostic tools ...

Northwestern University NewsCenter

Rheumatoid arthritis meets precision medicine
Northwestern University NewsCenter
CHICAGO - Scientists are bringing precision medicine to rheumatoid arthritis for the first time by using genetic profiling of joint tissue to see which drugs will work for which patients, reports a new Northwestern Medicine multi-site study. In the ...

Washington Post

Women in medicine shout #MeToo about sexual harassment at work
Washington Post
Annette Katz didn't expect to be part of a major social movement. She didn't set out to take on a major health organization. But that all began to change when a co-worker saw her fighting back tears and joined Katz to report to her union what amounted ...

Community Impact Newspaper

SHSU continues to pursue accreditation for proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine
Community Impact Newspaper
Sam Houston State University officials said the school is still pursuing accreditation for a proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine to open in Conroe in 2020. The new college has been in the works since 2015 and would be located in Conroe's Grand ...


Artificial Intelligence Is Infiltrating Medicine -- But Is It Ethical?
“Remaining ignorant about the construction of machine-learning systems or allowing them to be constructed as black boxes could lead to ethically problematic outcomes,” they wrote in an editorial published this week in the New England Journal of ...

100+ resident physicians, fellows voice concerns about Michigan Medicine's concierge medicine program
Becker's Hospital Review
More than 100 "house officers," including resident physicians and fellows in their final year of training, sent an open letter to Ann Arbor-based Michigan Medicine executives expressing their concern about a concierge medicine pilot program, according ...

PR Newswire (press release)

USC Keck School of Medicine Seeks to Increase Clinical Trial Opportunities by Joining the TriNetX Global Health ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Encompassing academic, research, and clinical excellence, the medical system attracts internationally renowned experts who teach and practice at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, the region's first medical school. USC includes the renowned Norris ...

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The building blocks of better family health
WVU Medicine (press release)
Family members not only share genetic traits but also daily habits. How we choose these seemingly small, routine practices in the short-term can have a big impact on our health and the health of our loved ones in the long-term. Lisa Costello, MD, a WVU ...

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