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  • Record Number of Suicides in US Troops

    The US Army has reported a 13% increase in the number of suicide in US troops in 2007. We may think the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are over or winding down, but in fact, 2007 was the deadliest year on record for our service men and women.115 so...

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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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  • Aplastic Anemia and MDS: II of IV

    In my previous life as a Nurse Case Manager for a Worker’s Compensation (WC) Third Party Insurance Administrator TPA, I worked with a gentleman who had Aplastic Anemia. His WC claims adjuster accepted his claim as work-related due to an on-the-job...

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  • Workplace Eye Health Safety Month

    Our eyes are organs of our sensory nervous system. Visual information from the retina in the eye travels to the brain along the optic nerve. The brain mixes the images it receives from both eyes. The outer layer of the eyeball that transmits lig...

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  • Healthline Wins Webby

    All of us here at Healthline wanted to thank everyone who voted and helped Healthline win "People's Voice" Webby Award in the Health category. It's nice to know that we're accomplishing what we set out to do - help people make more informed and co...

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  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Can't Hurt, and They Might Help - with a lot of things...

    Some reports released by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the past few weeks indicate that adding omega-3 fatty acids may be a good way to protect yourself and your loved ones against many nasty conditions you probably don't want to get....

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  • Surviving Teenage Denial of Chronic Illness

    It is Asthma Awareness Month, but for parents of kids with asthma, every day is a ritual of "Do you have your inhaler with you?" as you send them off to school. By the time they transition from elementary to middle school, they are fairly self-su...

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

    I had the honor and joy to spend some time speaking with Dr. Richard Carmona, 17th Surgeon General of the United States. This week I will post a series of excerpts from my interview with this warm and remarkable man. Readers of previous posts kn...

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