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For patients with left breast cancer

Active Breathing Coordinator Beneficial in RT for Left Breast CA

Significant reduction in mean radiation dose to heart, with preservation of local control
Venlafaxine seems to be effective for the treatment of fibromyalgia

Review: Venlafaxine May Be Effective for Fibromyalgia Tx

Studies limited by small sample size, inconsistency of outcomes, methodological concerns
For patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery

Four-Times Daily ASA More Effective in Post-CABG Patients

Multiple 81 mg ASA more effective for suppressing serum TBX2 formation, platelet aggregation
This season's influenza vaccine reduces the risk of needing medical care because of the flu by only 23 percent

CDC: This Year’s Flu Vaccination Offers 23 Percent Protection

CDC urges early antiviral treatment if symptoms appear
Neural tube defects have fallen 35 percent in the United States since mandatory folic acid fortification of enriched grain products was introduced in 1998; however

CDC: Neural Tube Defects Declining in the United States

Still, not enough women are getting enough folic acid
The increasing use of medical scribes should not be a replacement for improving electronic health records

Impact of Medical Scribes on EHR Advancement Discussed

Use of medical scribes should not be replacement for improvement of EHRs
Defensive medicine is commonly practiced among surgeons and radiologists in Austria

Defensive Medicine Common Among Surgeons, Radiologists

More than one-quarter of diagnostics ordered for defensive reasons in Austria
Women are underrepresented in leadership roles in obstetrics and gynecology

Women Underrepresented in Leadership Roles in Ob-Gyn

Highest representation of women in family planning; lowest in reproductive endocrinology and infertility
After menopause

Insulin Resistance Ups Breast Cancer Risk Regardless of BMI

Study of postmenopausal women suggests hormone levels matter more than excess weight
The U.S. epidemic of prescription opioid medication abuse may be starting to reverse course

Epidemic of Rx Opioid Abuse May Be Waning in U.S.

Heroin abuse/overdoses on the rise may be one reason prescription-drug abuse is down