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Support funding for Alzheimer's research the human toll, Alzheimer's takes a financial toll, costing an estimated $226 billion in 2015. The New England Journal of Medicine has called Alzheimer's the most expensive disease in the country, and Alzheimer's is expected to cost...

...Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. She and two other doctors describe the case in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine.The unidentified man went to the hospital last May with nausea, weakness, fatigue and body aches. Doctors...
Voices of Alaska: Buyer beware on Medicaid expansion

...enrollees had to wait for a month to see a doctor. This is defacto health care rationing for the poor.A New England Journal of Medicine study in Oregon is perhaps the biggest harbinger of what we can expect to see in Alaska: Sadly, Medicaid...
Rich Lowry: Obama's hilarious lawlessness

...Nicholas Bagley, a University of Michigan law professor and Obamacare supporter, wrote in a piece for The New England Journal of Medicine in May that the various ACA delays "appear to exceed the scope of the executive's traditional enforcement...

...use of stool to treat C-diff, with many reporting cure rates of about 90 percent. In January 2013, the New England Journal of Medicine published the first rigorous, head-to-head study showing that fecal transplants were superior to antibiotics...
Voices of Alaska: Scientists who know say 'no'

...Earlier this year, Dr. Volkow published a peer-reviewed paper about the health effects of marijuana in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the nation's most eminent medical publications. Volkow directs a component of our National Institutes...
Opinion replace it.Romney addressed what he'd do about pre-existing conditions in a recent column for The New England Journal of Medicine. "Regulation must prevent insurers from discriminating against people with pre-existing conditions who...
Voices of Religion: Humor heals all wounds, physical and mental

...infection and disease. In 1980 (prior to the discovery of the AIDS virus), the departing editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Franz Ingelfinger, estimated that 85% of all human illnesses are curable by the body's own healing...
Health-care reform needs to be passed

...and our health, and voters have made it clear that they want change. According to a study reported in The New England Journal of Medicine, 70 percent of Americans surveyed believe the health-care system needs major changes, if not a complete...
Health clubs fall short of being prepared with defibrillators

...sevenfold lower risk of cardiac death than those who exercised only once a week. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The American Heart Association and the American College of Sports Medicine advise larger health clubs...


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