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Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination. Part 2 of 2

Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination – Part 2 of 2

The topic of sex was brought up at 65 percent of all visits, the scan showed. 133 more words

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Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination. Part 1 of 2

Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination – Part 1 of 2

Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination. Doctors often laxity to have a discussion with their teen patients about sexuality issues during their annual physical, a new study reveals. 116 more words

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Number Of Demented People Is Increasing. Part 3 of 3

Number Of Demented People Is Increasing – Part 3 of 3

So “This merry rate of unmet medical care need raises the possibility that earlier care could prevent hospitalizations, improve quality of life and lower the costs of care at the same time. 61 more words

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Number Of Demented People Is Increasing. Part 2 of 3

Number Of Demented People Is Increasing – Part 2 of 3

Ninety-nine percent of patients and 97 percent of caregivers had one or more unmet indigence in areas such as safety, health, meaningful activities, legal issues and estate planning, assistance with activities of daily living and medication management. 82 more words

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Number Of Demented People Is Increasing. Part 1 of 3

Number Of Demented People Is Increasing – Part 1 of 3

Number Of Demented People Is Increasing. Most Americans with dementia who real at home have numerous health, safety and supportive care needs that aren’t being met, a green study shows in Dec 2013. 195 more words

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Carolinas Author-Speaker Richard London Pledges to Reach Out to 100,000 Parkinsons Patients, Medical Staff and Caregivers

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
When Richard London was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease he had already defeated cancer and injuries sustained in a life changing automobile accident. 17 more words

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Anesthesia Affects The Heart. Part 2 of 2

Anesthesia Affects The Heart – Part 2 of 2

The patients in the etomidate group also had a 50 percent higher imperil of major cardiovascular problems than those in the propofol group, according to the study. 148 more words

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