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2014/10/19 16:39
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Every day, thousands of Canadians take opioid painkillers for chronic pain. How many of them know that there is virtually no good scientific evidence showing those drugs are safe and effective when...
2014/10/19 16:39
2014/10/19 16:39
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2014/10/15 17:17
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New Guideline in Genetic Testing for Certain Types of Muscular Dystrophy Knowing the specific subtype is important for getting the best possible care Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise...
2014/10/14 08:26
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For years, concussions have been something of a quandary in sports — they were not taken seriously, and the pervasive idea was that they were something to be played through. Now, the game has...
2014/10/09 10:38
2014/10/09 10:38
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A new research has indicated that a healthy diet and lifestyle may help women to avoid stroke by more than half in their life. The study looked at five factors that make up a healthy lifestyle i.e....
2014/10/06 04:26
2014/10/06 04:26
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The federal investigation echoed tactics used for the Mob: get low-level workers to inform on those farther up the hierarchy.Credit Illustration by Concepción Studios. Clockwise from Top: Louis...
2014/10/05 22:27
2014/10/05 22:27
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The American Academy of Neurology has shifted its stance on who should receive prescription painkillers and how doctors should be held accountable, reported Medical News Today. In a new position...
2014/10/05 05:07
2014/10/05 05:07
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Because the frontal lobes of the human brain continue to develop until age 25, it is vital to manage youth concussions very conservatively to ensure optimal neurological development and...
2014/10/03 23:39
2014/10/03 23:39
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Somewhere in Canada this year, a car accident claimed the life of someone who was taking eight different kinds of potent painkillers. We don’t know the person’s name, age, gender or even where the...
2014/10/03 19:25
2014/10/03 19:25
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When nine children in one hospital in Colorado come down with a mysterious form of paralysis in less than two months, it's hard not to worry. Colorado has been hit hard by enterovirus D68, a virus...
2014/10/03 10:38
2014/10/03 10:38
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A new study has suggested that anxious, jealous, or moody women are likelier to suffer from Alzheimer later in life. Lena Johannsson, PhD, of the University of Gothenburg in Gothenburg, Sweden, said...
2014/10/01 14:32
2014/10/01 14:32
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According to a new position statement from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the risk of death, overdose, addiction or serious side effects with prescription opioids outweigh the benefits in...
2014/09/30 11:54
2014/09/30 11:54
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... When it comes to treating headaches, fibromyalgia, and chronic low back pain consider staying away from opioids. That's according to the American Academy of Neurology. The group warns the risk...
2014/09/30 09:08
2014/09/30 09:08
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A multidisciplinary team of experts affiliated with the Cedars-Sinai Movement Disorders Program will present a free conference for patients, families and caregivers on treatment options for dystonia,...
2014/09/29 19:17
2014/09/29 19:17
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Study Reveals New Clues to Understand Brain Stimulation Findings could help guide clinicians in selecting stimulation sites and improve treatment for various neurological and psychiatric...
2014/09/27 09:51
2014/09/27 09:51
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People who notice their memory may be slipping could have a greater chance of developing dementia later in life. The new research, led by University of Kentucky experts, appears to confirm that...
2014/09/25 18:25
2014/09/25 18:25
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Free Flu Shots In Southeast FresnoFree Flu Shots In Southeast Fresno The state health department says now is the time to get your kids flu shots.A free event on Saturday, Sept. 27 just might be the...
2014/09/25 15:45
2014/09/25 15:45
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... head felt like elephants were doing the merengue on her cerebellum,” author Susan Fanetti wrote about a headache. If you are familiar with these dancing pachyderms, here is good news: Even the...
2014/09/25 14:25
2014/09/25 14:25
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Having a senior moment usually starts off small. It can be something like misplacing your glasses or forgetting someone's name. But a new study shows these mental lapses could be a sign of something...
2014/09/24 20:17
2014/09/24 20:17
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Memory Slips May Signal Increased Risk of Dementia Years Later Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNeurology Newswise — MINNEAPOLIS – New research suggests that people without dementia...
2014/09/22 21:04
2014/09/22 21:04
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Medicare & Medicaid News Think Medicare Pay Rate for Doctors Favors Surgeons? Surprising study still does not explain why proceduralists and surgeons earn much more money than primary doctors Sept....
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