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  • Wii-hab Therapy for patients in England

    Queen Victoria Hospital in England is part of the National Health Service and is a regional care center for 4.5 million people. Specializing in burns and plastic and reconstructive surgery, physical therapy is an important part of the rehabilitat...

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  • January 20-36 is National CRNA Week: We Salute The CRNAS Serving in Iraq

    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAS) are an important part of the health care team - you just may forget that they cared for you. CRNA's are the primary anesthesia providers in rural America, where many anesthesiologists do not want to...

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  • Evolence Approved for Facial Wrinkles

    OrthoNeutrogena's Evolence, a dermal filler, was approved by the FDA for correction of deep facial wrinkles, including nasolabial folds. Evolence is collagen structure developed from pigs, injected by a trained physician. Results can be seen aft...

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  • Interview with Richard H. Carmona, M.D., M.P.H., FACS: Part II

    Healthline is privileged to have Dr. Richard Carmona, 17th Surgeon General of the United States, as a member of our Board of Directors. He also serves at the renowned Canyon Ranch where he is vice chairman of the company, and is president of the ...

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  • HBO's Hear & Now: The Joy of Communication

    HBO premiered the documentary film Hear and Now last night. It is a love story of a fascinating, quirky, intelligent, loving couple who happen to be deaf and the parents of three hearing children. One of the children, award winning filmmaker Ire...

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  • Most Angioplasties Unneeded, According to New Study

    Half a million patients a year with chest pain are getting unnecessarily or prematurely treated with stents to open blocked arteries when drugs are just as effective, according to an upcoming study in the New England Journal of Medicine.Stenting i...

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  • American Thyroid Association Clinical Guidelines for Thyroid Dysfunction

    The Standards of Care Committee of the American Thyroid Association (ATA), an organization of scientists and physicians dedicated to a better understanding and treatment of thyroid disease, has come out with some clinical guidelines for detection...

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  • Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month: Prenatal Fish & Apples May Lower the Risk

    The Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics (AANMA) is a busy organization, providing education and advocacy for families with asthma and allergies. May is Awareness Month for these health issues, and AANMA's website is very well-org...

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  • Watch Your Eyes!

    August is Eye Injury Prevention Month as well as Children's Eye Health and Safety Month.Prevent Blindness America has a great website with UV Learning Center chock full of helpful hints on ways to protect ourselves and our children from an everyda...

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  • Thank you Fat Doctor, for Grand Rounds 3.30!

    Fat Doctor is a self described "Obese physician/patient reflects on life in the clinic and at home. Occasionally whining." She is also a TV addict. I wonder if we like the same shows? Anyway, she was nice enough to include my post,XDR TB: Extre...

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