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Screening for Depression in the Primary Care Setting
Allan Tasman, MD
Screening for depression in the busy primary care setting remains a challenge for many...
Diet and Exercise in Patients with Low Testosterone Levels
Richard Sadovsky, MD
Diet and exercise is of clinical importance when treating and managing patients with low...
Helping Patients Decrease Serum Glucose Levels
Mark Hyman, MD
Chairman Institute for Functional Medicine 45 Walker Street Lenox, MA
* Lessons We Have Learned After 911
source: www.psychclinician.comPhillip Landrigan, M.D.
Lessons We Have Learned After 911 1. Disaster preparation requires forming specialized teams....
The rate at which antibiotics are prescribed for elderly patients varies significantly...
Alzheimer's Experts From Penn Summit Provide Strategic Roadmap To Tackle The Disease
This week, a strategic roadmap to help to the nation's health care system cope with the...
Evaluation Of A Screening Tool For Ovarian Cancer That Checks For 6 Warning Signs
A simple three-question paper-and-pencil survey, given to women in the doctor's office in less...
Weight Gain After Bypass Not Affected by Diet
SAN ANTONIO -- Lifestyle factors -- including dietary intake, physical activity levels, and...
Exercise Affects The Brain
It is a well-known fact that exercise is good for the body. It clears the mind,...
CMS Releases 2011 Data on Primary Care Incentive Program
Most of the funds awarded via the Primary Care Incentive Payment (PCIP) program in 2011...