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What's Going Around: April 21, 2014

By: - Email/ Headlines List/ ArticleIt seems like allergies are a big problem in central Virginia. In this week's What's Going Around, every healthcare provider that we checked in with says it's a common issue right now.Nurse practitioner Lindsay Horlacher ... [Published Charlottesville News Plex - 1 hour ago]
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Quitting smoking through e-cigarettes may not be effective

A fair amount of conversation about e-cigarettes has involved people using them in efforts to quit smoking. Researchers say the evidence for that has been "unconvincing," and they suggest that regulations should forbid such claims until there is supporting ... [Published Rochester Post Bulletin - 2 hours ago]
First reported 5 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 1 reports

New alternative to surgery for shoulder pain?

AN ALTERNATIVE TO SURGERY FOR SHOULDER PAIN?One of the most common causes of shoulder pain — rotator cuff tendinitis — may soon be treatable with an alternative to surgery and over-the-counter painkillers: shock wave therapy. Tufts Medical Center researchers ... [Published Boston Globe - 5 hours ago]
First reported 12 hours ago - Updated 12 hours ago - 1 reports

Obesity Blamed for Rise in Diabetes

An 'alarming' rise in obesity has contributed to a dramatic increase in the prevalence of diabetes in the U.S, according to a new study. Researchers examined the prevalence of diabetes, prediabetes, and glycemic control in 43,439 adults in the NHANES ... [Published Diabetes in Control - 12 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

In Two Decades, Diabetes Doubled

The authors of a new study found that the rise in diabetes from 5.5% to 9.3% of the U.S. population over the last 20 years paralleled the growing rate of obesity in America. Better screening tools such as the HbA1c diagnostic test have also helped physicians ... [Published Diabetes in Control - 16 hours ago]
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 20 hours ago - 1 reports

Clinical trial results more honest on government website than in science journals

by J. D. Heyes(NaturalNews) An Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) analysis published recently in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that medical researchers very often presented the findings of their clinical trials in a different way on a federal ... [Published Natural News - 20 hours ago]
First reported 22 hours ago - Updated 22 hours ago - 1 reports

Terrell Covington, Jr.

, died at home on April 13, 2014. He was the middle son of Terrell, Sr. and Mabel (Green) Covington. Terrell was preceded in death by two brothers, John and Robert; his first wife, Adriana S.; and one daughter, Adriana. He is survived by spouse, Nancy ... [Published Tulsa World - 22 hours ago]
First reported 23 hours ago - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

The WeekAhead: NKF, SGIM, and JAMA Does Neurology

(MedPage Today) -- This week MedPage Today staff head to Las Vegas for the National Kidney Foundation and San Diego for the Society of General Internal Medicine, while in Washington the FDA turns its attention to shocking therapies. ... [Published MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for ph ... - 23 hours ago]
First reported Apr 19 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

Morning Rounds: Risk of death, heart attacks drops sharply for diabetics

This past week, there was good news and bad news about diabetes in the U.S.A new federal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that heart attacks and deaths from diabetes dropped by more than 60 percent between 1990 and 2010.CBS ... [Published CBS News - Apr 19 2014]
First reported Apr 19 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

Keystone Health to hold Walk with the Doc on April 26

CHAMBERSBURG — Keystone Health physicians and staff will be taking to the Chambersburg Rail Trail on Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to noon for the first Keystone Health Walk with the Doc. Every half hour, groups of community members, Keystone Health ... [Published Waynesboro Record Herald - Apr 19 2014]
First reported Apr 19 2014 - Updated Apr 19 2014 - 1 reports

People’s Pharmacy: Will e-cigarettes help smoker quit?

Q. I recently have started using an e-cigarette. It has dramatically cut down my smoking of traditional cigarettes, plus there is no smoke smell or residues on clothing or furniture.I initially experienced headaches and was told to reduce the nicotine ... [Published Buffalo News - Apr 19 2014]
Entities: Nicotine, pharmacy, Ambien, Diet
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 6 reports

NEJM Group Launches New Adaptive Learning Platform FirstofitsKind in Medicine

NEJM Knowledge+ combines gold standard content with state-of-the-artadaptive technologyRelated Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare NewsNEJM Group, the organization behind the New England Journal ofMedicine and NEJM Journal Watch, has launched ... [Published BioPortfolio - Apr 16 2014]

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"We found that the survival benefit associated with low-dose aspirin use after a diagnosis of colon cancer was significantly associated with HLA class I antigen-positive tumors. In contrast, in patients whose tumors had lost their HLA class I antigen expression, aspirin use did not change the outcome."
...invasive diagnostic procedures that can easily cost tens of thousands of dollars," said Albert A Luderer, Ph D , chief executive officer, Indi. "We believe the total potential savings to the health care system across all patient populations could be in the billions."
...may have worked in the past, but it doesn't fly any longer," said Mark Rukavina, principal with Community Health Advisors and a report contributor. "This [report] basically lays out the principles for creating a new response to the question."
...H , professor of medicine and medical informatics and clinical epidemiology at the OHSU School of Medicine, and a co-author of the analysis/study. "It shows that patients and clinicians could use it to find information that is not available in the published literature, particularly to get more complete information about the harms of various treatment options. It also shows that, to best serve the public, death rates and some other items in ClinicalTrials.gov should be audited to keep them up toto date."

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What's Going Around: April 21, 2014 [Published Charlottesville News Plex - 1 hour ago]
Inconsistencies evident in pulmonary nodule eva... [Published HealthImaging - 1 hour ago]
Quitting smoking through e-cigarettes may not b... [Published Rochester Post Bulletin - 2 hours ago]
Aspirin linked to improved survival after colon... [Published Chemotherapy Advisor - 2 hours ago]
Have we dropped the ball on radiation safety? [Published FierceMedicalImaging - 4 hours ago]
Lung Cancer Screening: Reducing Costs and Risks... [Published Executive Insight - 4 hours ago]
New alternative to surgery for shoulder pain? [Published Boston Globe - 5 hours ago]
Health-care industry takes steps toward price t... [Published Denver Post - 9 hours ago]
Rising Heat Behind Surge in Chicken Pox [Published New Indian Express - 11 hours ago]
Obesity Blamed for Rise in Diabetes [Published Diabetes in Control - 12 hours ago]
In Two Decades, Diabetes Doubled [Published Diabetes in Control - 16 hours ago]
Clinical trial results more honest on governmen... [Published Natural News - 20 hours ago]
Terrell Covington, Jr. [Published Tulsa World - 22 hours ago]
The WeekAhead: NKF, SGIM, and JAMA Does Neurology [Published MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for ph ... - 23 hours ago]
University of Iowa Researcher Discover Muscle-S... [Published KCRG.com - Apr 20 2014]
People on the move: April 20-26 [Published Las Vegas Sun - Apr 20 2014]
Morning Rounds: Risk of death, heart attacks dr... [Published CBS News - Apr 19 2014]
Make a safer selfie [Published Seattle Gay News - Apr 19 2014]
Keystone Health to hold Walk with the Doc on Ap... [Published Waynesboro Record Herald - Apr 19 2014]
Oh, Butter Bad. Haven’t We Heard That Before? [Published LewRockwell.com - Apr 19 2014]
Time to recognise obesity as disease [Published Khaleej Times - Apr 19 2014]
People’s Pharmacy: Will e-cigarettes help smoke... [Published Buffalo News - Apr 19 2014]
Back Pain [Published LewRockwell.com - Apr 19 2014]
Augusta Medical Group Announces 2014 Clinical E... [Published WHSV - Apr 19 2014]
Findings from Department of Internal Medicine i... [Published NewsRX - Apr 19 2014]
Good provider communication improves antidepres... [Published NewsRX - Apr 19 2014]
L-arginine helps weight loss [Published Food Consumer - Apr 18 2014]
Dr. Shirley E. Hawley [Published Willits News - Apr 18 2014]
Acupuncture Points Gettin’ Real [Published Epoch Times - Apr 18 2014]
Brain scans for headaches likely to be unnecessary [Published Jewish Herald-Voice - Apr 18 2014]
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The WeekAhead: NKF, SGIM, and JAMA Does Neurology [Published MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for ph ... - 23 hours ago]
(MedPage Today) -- This week MedPage Today staff head to Las Vegas for the National Kidney Foundation and San Diego for the Society of General Internal Medicine, while in Washington the FDA turns its attention to shocking therapies. ...
Addressing disparities from the heart [Published Health IT Buzz - Apr 18 2014]
April is National Minority Health Month, this year with the theme of “Prevention is Power: Taking Action for Health Equity.” Transforming our nation’s health care system needs deliberate and diligent work in addressing health inequity and disparities ...
NEJM Group Launches New Adaptive Learning Platf... [Published EON Communications - Apr 16 2014]
BOSTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--NEJM Group, the organization behind the New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Journal Watch, has launched NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review, a self-assessment and continuous learning solution that employs ...
NEJM Group Launches New Adaptive Learning Platf... [Published Business Wire Technology News - Apr 16 2014]
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NEJM Group, the organization behind the New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Journal Watch, has launched NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review, a self-assessment and continuous learning solution that employs the very ...
NEJM Group Launches New Adaptive Learning Platf... [Published Business Wire Communications News - Apr 16 2014]
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NEJM Group, the organization behind the New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Journal Watch, has launched NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review, a self-assessment and continuous learning solution that employs the very ...
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