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Why Neighborhoods Have Stroke Zones
Socioeconomic status is associated with stroke prevalence, and can be mapped by neighborhood. These geographic patterns could be useful in designing interventions for people at risk of stroke.
Keeping patients coming back after they start hepatitis treatment requires interventions sometimes--but there are many low-tech tactics that work.
Although there are difference in how and to whom oral anticoagulants (OACs) are prescribed, UK researchers have found that those taking apixaban seem to have higher persistence rates.
Large-scale educational programs can effectively change behaviors that can lead to stroke, an Australian effort showed.
In some patients, treating uveitis or glaucoma can be difficult enough when patients have both conditions simultaneously it can complicate the treatment process that much more.
Much in the way GPS systems help drivers navigate the roads easier, image guided surgery can help doctors provide better care to their patients in many cases.
Peter A. McCullough, MD, and Nicolaas Deutz, MD, PhD, discuss the role of exercise in the management of sarcopenia.
Nicolaas Deutz, MD, PhD, and Peter A. McCullough, MD, provide insight on the role of oral supplements for patients with chronic illness and malnutrition, specifically in older adults.
Researchers from Vanderbilt University used mice models in order to demonstrate the affects of zinc on the course of a C. difficile infection.

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