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1. Specialty societies often recommend services linked to their specialties
(March 19, 2019)
2. Pilot study finds high blood sugar, cholesterol among middle schoolers
(March 18, 2019)
3. Opioid prescribing getting better, but disturbing patterns remain
(March 18, 2019)
4. Hospital employees susceptible to phishing schemes, says study
(March 14, 2019)
5. Stopping opioid use before surgery curbs risks after
(March 14, 2019)
6. Nearly one-third of 10- to 12-year-olds screened positive for suicide risk in ED
(March 12, 2019)
7. Study: Positive interactions with patients improve medical team performance
(March 11, 2019)
8. Companies team for patient relationship management platform for community-based oncologists
(March 8, 2019)
9. Many people not getting treated for depression
(March 7, 2019)
10. Seniors often aren't assessed for thinking, memory issues
(March 7, 2019)
Previous Articles
1. New Survey Indicates "Highest-Value" Physicians Most Likely to Participate in Aptilon's Live Video Detailing Service
November 12, 2008
2. Pain Relief Site Offers Free Medical Doctor Content
November 20, 2008
3. Nation's Teen Vaccination Coverage Increasing, But Below 2010 Goals
October 30, 2008
4. New Study Shows Confusion About Blood Pressure Undermines Good Heart Health - WHL Calls for Family and Loved Ones To Get Involved
October 1, 2008
5. Survey Cites Executive and Physician Leadership, Adherence to Infection Prevention Practices as Areas of Improvement to Prevent Healthcare-Associated...
September 25, 2008
6. InspireMD Announces Enrollment of First Patients in the MGuard(TM) Acute Myocardial Infarction Clinical Trial Data Will be Used to Confirm Initial Positive Results
September 25, 2008
September 22, 2008
8. National Survey Reveals Contradictory Awareness Levels of High Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis Among Hispanic Americans
September 11, 2008
9. Survey Reveals that Doctors Feel Pressured By Health Insurers to Alter Treatment of Patients
September 10, 2008
10. Patients Taking Cymbalta(R) Experienced Reduced Chronic Low Back Pain in New Study
September 12, 2008
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