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Use obesity surgery more often for diabetes, guidelines urge

Home » tips » / no comments The NHS should significantly increase rates of weight loss surgery to 50,000 a year, closer to the European average, to bring major health benefits for patients and help reduce healthcare costs in the long term, ... HealthMediciNet.com, 2 days ago
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Poll: Many Parents Keep Prescription Opioids At Home

Source: Nearly half of parents whose child had leftover pain medication from a surgery or illness say they kept the prescription opioids at home — representing a potential problem down the line. Parents whose child's provider discussed what to ...
 NEWS-Line for Physician Assistants1 week ago A Shocking Number Of Parents Keep Their Kids Leftover Opioids  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago Survey finds U.S. homes have too many opioid drugs  Consumer Affairs1 week ago
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Use of arthroscopic hip surgery way up, but patient selection important for good outcome

Home » tips » / no comments For patients with serious, ongoing hip pain, sometimes surgery is their best bet for relief. Given the choice between minimally invasive hip surgery and total hip replacement, most patients would choose the less ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago Some hip replacement patients go home the same day  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago Same-day hip replacements: What you need to know  BNet1 week ago Same-day hip replacements get patients back on their feet  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago

Treating Pain in the Midst of an Opioid Epidemic

Tina Levrant-Delgado has dealt with chronic pain for six years. What started as cramping in her calves progressed to her forearms, back, and into her neck. She's received numerous diagnoses, including compartment syndrome, fibromyalgia, and ...
 Huffington Post13 hours ago Proof opiates are useful for chronic back pain lacking  HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago 6 surprising chronic pain triggers  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago

Technology aiding the fight against cancer's tumors

When the headaches started, Ashley Santiesteban thought little of the pain. Shed always been a healthy kid, the 17-year-old Homestead girl said, so she would take some ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory, and then everything seemed fine. Until ...
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Mother of girl brain-damaged by plastic surgery warns about clinics

If Mariela Diaz could travel back in time, she would go back to Monday morning, Aug. 12, 2013, and block her teenage daughter from going to a cosmetic surgery clinic for a breast augmentation procedure. Five minutes after the surgery at Coral ...
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Doctor uses iPad to conduct remote surgery in Gaza

The health game-changers of the last 500 years Prosthetics The world's first prosthetic toe dates to an Egyptian mummy. The Romans and the Greeks wrote about prosthetic arms and legs. But artificial limbs didn't gain a lot of movement and ...
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4 Sacrifice pays off for surgeon

Zanazir Alexander, Kopa Manahi, Jaclyn Aramoana-Arlidge (at the front), and Joshua Knudsen travelled to Australia to learn about encouraging more indigenous people into specialties like surgery. Growing up, Kopa Manahi never imagined he'd be a ...
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Fantasy baseball injury report analysis Boxberger rehab, Tribe's Brantley, Rangers' Choo

Brad Boxberger The Rays closer is progressing through his rehab following surgery in mid-March. The surgery was needed to address a tear in the adductor brevis, a muscle located in the groin region. This could be a tad confusing, as the surgery was ...
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Mother-of-two faces battle to raise £150k in just three months for life-saving surgery

By Charlotte Cross: ITV News reporter A mother-of-two with an aggressive degenerative disease is campaigning to raise £150,000 she needs for critical surgery only available in the United States - and has just three months to do it. Jessica Kill, ...
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