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Study Finds Many Patients Undergo Unnecessary Heart Testing

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Study Finds Many Patients Undergo Unnecessary Heart Testing

Heart disease currently ranks as the leading cause of death of both men and women in the United States, with 600,000 people dying each year from the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The most lethal form of the disease, coronary heart disease, accounts for 385,000 deaths annually, and every year…

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University of Alberta Study Addresses Overuse of Lumbar Spine MRIs

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University of Alberta Study Addresses Overuse of Lumbar Spine MRIs

In today’s day and age, the overuse of medical procedures, equipment, and services has become an increasingly bigger problem. Sure, it’s good to be safe and check for health problems, but performing procedures that are not truly needed can cause harm from the unneeded investigations and can result in seriously high patient costs. And that’s…

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Further Evidence Emerges that Seniors Who Stay Active Can Improve Memory

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Further Evidence Emerges that Seniors Who Stay Active Can Improve Memory

Staying physically active and engaging in mental stimulation may help keep seniors more alert, according to the results of a new study. Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco found the thinking and memory skills of 126 inactive senior participants improved after they started performing daily activities designed to stimulate their bodies and brains.…

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