Sunday, April 26, 2015 Iyyar 7, 5775
A new Mayo Clinic study finds that vertebroplasty - a procedure used to treat painful compression fractures in the spinal vertebrae due to osteoporosis - appears to increase the risk for new fractures in adjacent vertebrae. The study also found vertebrae adjacent to fractures treated with vertebroplasty fracture significantly sooner than more distant vertebrae. Findings are in the current issue...
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The Medicare Rx Education Network is urging Medicare beneficiaries to pay close attention to mail and phone calls they receive about the new Medicare prescription-drug benefit. As people in Medicare receive information about various prescription-drug plans, they can help make sure they are dealing with a legitimate, Medicare-approved plan - rather than a scam artist - by remembering these important...
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Local MacArthur Fellowship recipient brings prescription safety to the frontlines
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Rita Charleston JE-Feature
Just call Michael Cohen a genius. Although he will modestly refute the title, that's exactly what the prestigious MacArthur Fellows Program is calling the Huntingdon Valley pharmacist in awarding him their recent "genius" grant of $500,000. The MacArthur Fellowship is a five-year grant to individuals who show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work. The program selects...
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But do you have to be?
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Mary Jane Minkin, M.D.- JE Feature
January's a month when "hot" is not typically in your vocabulary - unless you are one of the approximately 37.5 million American women experiencing menopause or perimenopause, when hot flashes and night sweats can be a way of life. According to MenopauseRx, a leading national menopause support group, requests over the last two years for its free menopause and perimenopause...
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Rochester, Minn. Magnetic shoe insoles did not effectively relieve foot pain among patients in a study, according to a recent report in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. And the results indicate that patients who strongly believed in magnets had pain relief, even if they were given false magnets to wear. "This study provides convincing evidence that use of these static magnets was...
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