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    APNewsBreak: Medicare bought meds for dead people - The Daily Progress
      The Daily Progress FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2014 file photo, Medicaid Administrator Marilyn Tavenner testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. A government watchdog agency says Medicare's prescription drug program kept paying for ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Oct 2014 
     
    Vote 'no' on open-space question - Philly.com
      New Jersey is $40 billion in debt, with $90 billion in unfunded pension and health benefit liabilities, and its Transportation Trust Fund is broke. Property taxes remain the nation's worst. Most New Jerseyans would agree ... Currently, 4 percent ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Oct 2014 
     
    On the Pulse - OnMedica
      In 2002, the landmark ISAT trial showed that endovascular therapy was a valid treatment for ruptured cerebral aneurysms, with similar outcomes to neurosurgical clipping. The latest follow-up, published in the Lancet, examines death and clinical ... ....more | Save |  Share  Email 31st Oct 2014 
     
    MPSD levy going up; vote will determine how much - Herald Times Reporter
      Herald Times Reporter Mischler noted that there is a real need for those funds and that the district will need to dip into its fund balance in the next year to pay for maintenance projects and technology upgrades needed for upcomin ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Experts say re-injured ACLs are common - STLtoday.com
      STLtoday.com Dr. Scott Rodeo of the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York would only go as far as saying the results of a second knee surgery for a torn ACL are a little less predictable than the first time around. "And you can say that for anythi ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    City Hall relocation is key issue in Citrus Heights council race - Sacramento Bee
      Incumbents Jeannie Bruins, Steve "Sparky? Miller and Mel Turner say allowing Dignity Health to construct a three-story medical office building on the city's civic center site at Greenback Lane and Fountain Square Dr ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Washington Insider: Mistruths and half-truths about oncology meds - Medical Marketing and Media
      Medical Marketing and Media There's been much legitimate consternation over the October 5 60 Minutes segment on the cost of oncology meds. Hopefully the anger and indignation I've heard will drive som ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Radiation oncology center to open in April - Elko Daily Free Press
      Northeastern Nevada Radiation Oncology Center will be using NNRH for imaging services, she said. Hope Cripps, NNRH director of business development, said there will be a covered walkway between the center and the hospital for easy patie ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Huge Growth Delivered in Very Small Packages: SeeThruEquity's Ajay Tandon ... - CountingPips
      Surgery will remain an indispensible modality in dealing with many solid tumors, but do you believe that we will ultimately see the end of these broad-spectrum lines of attack? Will we see personalized or t ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Intermountain Medical Center Study looks at link between heart attacks and ... - Good4Utah
      These new findings may help those with a family history of coronary disease and those diagnosed with narrow coronaries realize that heart attacks aren't inevitable and that their lifestyle choices and environ ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Heart-therapy researchers develop nanobullet drug delivery system - Stanford Medical Center Report
      Stanford Medical Center Report School of Medicine researchers have developed a new formula for delivering the therapeutic peptide apelin to heart tissue. The delivery system, which dramatically increases t ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Spousal carveout approved as part of Shelby County employee health insurance ... - Memphis Commercial Appeal
      Memphis Commercial Appeal Premium increases would range from $2.16 to $8.78 per pay period, depending upon the plan an employee has chosen. Employees enrolled in the health maintenance organizati ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    University of Aberdeen Recruits Lung Disease Patients for COPD Study - Lung Disease News
      Lung Disease News coughing The University of Aberdeen and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Scotland is recruiting patients suffering from lung diseases to enroll in a wide-ranging study in the United Kingdom d ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    News 9 MD: Decreasing asthma symptoms through a healthier lifestyle - WTVM
      (WTVM) - Asthma is the number one reason kids miss school. Almost one in 11 children in the U.S. struggle with it, but thanks to a new study, researchers say children with chronic asthma may have a chance at living symptom-free. ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    In November, raise Alzheimer's awareness - The Tennessean
      The Tennessean It is bold and clearly represents the passion and commitment many of us have taken to raise awareness around Alzheimer's disease. I wear purple because there are at least 44 million people living with Alzheimer's diseas ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    A SEPTA Strike? What You Need to Know - NBC 10 Philadelphia
      SEPTA management is seeking to freeze pension benefits at current levels for five years and have workers contribute more to their health insurance premiums. The union says SEPTA management is offered larger pension packages than the transit wo ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Adult Asthma Linked to Higher Dementia Risk - Medscape
      Patients with asthma, particularly older ones, are at increased risk for dementia, a new longitudinal, population-based study suggests. The findings are "highly reliable" because of the large database, large study sample size, and long fo ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Atul Gawande explains why the health care system should stop trying to help ... - Washington Post (blog)
      In this situation, many more people choose physical therapy because it's not the surgeon saying, "Well, there's nothing more I can do. Go home and live in misery.? You had a non-surgical o ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    When Deep Vein Thrombosis Causes Long-Term Damage - Everyday Health
      Complicating matters, clots that do not heal completely can block blood flow from the veins back to the heart, says Jae Sung Cho, MD, division director of vascular surgery and endovascular therapy at Loyola University Medical Center in ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
    Huge Growth Delivered in Very Small Packages: SeeThruEquity's Ajay Tandon ... - InvestorIdeas.com (press release)
      Surgery will remain an indispensible modality in dealing with many solid tumors, but do you believe that we will ultimately see the end of these broad-spectrum lines of attack? Will we ....more | Save |  Share  Email 30th Oct 2014 
     
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