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on Fri Jul 3 8:41 PM

Medical Mysteries of the Heart

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Further study could help patients with coronary heart disease and their doctors overcome ingrained resistance to new medical approaches.
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on Fri Jul 3 4:31 PM

1984 Indiana governor candidate Wayne Townsend dies

WTHR TV 13

Wayne Townsend, a longtime Indiana state senator who was the 1984 Democratic nominee for governor, has died.
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What If Your Doctor Really Listened Instead Of Just Telling You What To Do?

What If Your Doctor Really Listened Instead Of Just Telling You What To Do?

WBUR | on Fri, Jul 3, 6:04 AM

"Motivational interviewing," a subtle but powerful method for changing unhealthy behavior, is sizzling hot in medicine these days as doctors try to change the patient behaviors that drive illness.
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on Fri Jul 3 6:00 AM

More Caregivers Are No Spring Chickens Themselves

THE NEW YORK TIMES

It’s another rising reality for an aging population: people over age 75 providing care for partners, siblings, friends and even parents.
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on Fri Jul 3 3:21 AM

Medicare and Medicaid at 50

THE NEW YORK TIMES

The programs have helped millions of elderly, disabled and poor people, and have extended life expectancy in America.
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on Thu Jul 2 11:07 PM

America's Quick Fix Culture | Brian Castrucci

HUFFINGTON POST

There is an 1895 poem by Joseph Malins entitled A Fence or an Ambulance. The poem recounts two opposing perspectives on what to do about a perilous cliff that had caused injury to many. Some said, "Put a fence 'round the edge of the cliff;"...
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on Thu Jul 2 11:07 PM

America's Quick Fix Culture | Brian Castrucci

HUFFINGTON POST

There is an 1895 poem by Joseph Malins entitled A Fence or an Ambulance. The poem recounts two opposing perspectives on what to do about a perilous cliff that had caused injury to many. Some said, "Put a fence 'round the edge of the cliff;"...
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on Thu Jul 2 3:44 PM

Overweight Colorectal Cancer Patients Survive Longer

LIVESCIENCE

People with colorectal cancer may live longer if they are overweight or obese, rather than thin, a new study finds.
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on Wed Jul 1 9:00 AM

Many U.S. AIDS Patients Still Die When 'Opportunistic' Infections Strike: MedlinePlus

MEDLINE PLUS

Study of San Francisco data for 1997-2012 shows 35 percent death rate over 5 years for these patients Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Page: HIV/AIDS and Infections
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