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The Literary Examiner

Ouch!  The other day, you cut yourself and it really, really hurt.

Last week, you skinned your knee. You also got a big bruise on your arm during gym class at school, a paper cut in art class, you sliced your finger in the kitchen, and your cat scratched your hand...

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The Literary Examiner: God’s Hotel

Your wallet has been open for years.

You’ve always been generous to your favorite charities. The food pantry, the free clinic, that children’s group, the animal organization, they don’t stop needing help just because it’s not fundraising time...

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The Literary Examiner: Proof of Heaven

Nobody packs a suitcase like you do.

A weekend away? No problem. Cram everything you need in a tote and go...

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Time for a Change

Pap Screening Versus HPV Screening

Since the end of World War II, Pap smear screening has markedly reduced the incidence and mortality of invasive cervical cancer in the United States, Canada, UK, Australia, and Western Europe...

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Lifeblood
You’ve done everything you possibly could.

You took your vitamins faithfully, drank lots of OJ, and ate all the things the experts said to eat. You’ve avoided touching germy things and you’ve washed your hands raw...

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   Population Growth Creates Need for New Medical Facilities
Population Growth Creates Need for New Medical Facilities

St. Vincent’s St. Clair Hospital

After evaluating population growth and community needs in the Pell City area, as well as the age of the current St. Clair Regional Hospital, officials at St. Vincent’s decided a new facility was needed to meet the health care demands ...

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Beautiful Unbroken: One Nurse’s Life
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Benjamin Russell Children’s Green Building
Benjamin Russell Children’s Green Building

First in Alabama to be LEED Certified

Mike McDevitt, Executive Vice President of Children’s of Alabama, returned to his engineering roots for the planning and construction of the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children (BRHFC). For him,...

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Birmingham Heart Clinic Forms Co-management Agreement with St. Vincent’s East
Birmingham Heart Clinic Forms Co-management Agreement with St. Vincent’s East
“We knew with the changes in healthcare, that we needed to align ourselves with a hospital. But we wanted to control our own destiny, to remain independent,” says William Sester, business administrator for Birmingham Heart Clinic (BHC)...
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Birmingham Practices Reaping EHR Rewards
Birmingham Practices Reaping EHR Rewards
Incentive Checks Arriving

The first incentive checks for implementing electronic health record (EHR) software are rolling into Alabama practices. "It's nice to see it come into play after all this waiting and talking about it," says Nancy Ellis, vice president of MediSYS.

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Birmingham-based National CML Society Helps Patients With Challenges Of Devastating Illness
Birmingham-based National CML Society Helps Patients With Challenges Of Devastating Illness
          Only a little more than a decade ago, a diagnosis of chronic myelogenous leukemia was essentially a death sentence. The development of tyrosine kinase inhibitors commuted that sentence to life with ongoing treatment...
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BMN Interview: Dr. R. Bob Mullins, Jr., MD, AL Medicaid Commissioner
BMN Interview: Dr. R. Bob Mullins, Jr., MD, AL Medicaid Commissioner
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Cardiovascular Associates Centralizing Two Campus Offices
Cardiovascular Associates Centralizing Two Campus Offices
Breaking Ground in March

One of the largest specialty medical practices in Alabama has just reached a major decision to combine two clinics and relocate to the 280 corridor.

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Children Most Vulnerable to Effects of Gulf Oil Spill
Children Most Vulnerable to Effects of Gulf Oil Spill
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is unprecedented in size and scope. As a result, there may be extraordinary levels of chemical exposure to those who live in the affected areas. Children are especially vulnerable.
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Christine Attracts International Attention on Sling Treatment
Christine Attracts International Attention on Sling Treatment
For three years now, Australian urologists have made a point of stopping in Birmingham for training. The draw is a local urologist, Brian Christine, MD. He’s performed over 200 procedures implanting a relatively new sling to treat incontinence in men, and that number marks him as one of the most experienced in the world.
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CMS Rule Lowers Barriers to Telemedicine
On May 5, 2011, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid  Services (CMS) released a final rule that will make it less burdensome for hospitals to use telemedicine when treating patients.
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Common Legal Mistakes Made By Physicians and How to Fix Them
Every day physicians hear horror stories about the latest fraud and abuse statistics.
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Concussions in Young Athletes
Concussion has been in the news a lot recently, with stories detailing chronic traumatic encephalopathy and early dementia in retired NFL players and concerns about cognitive development in younger children...
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Counting Calories
Counting Calories

The Move Toward National Menu Labeling

As the national consciousness regarding nutrition and physical activity continues to rise, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is actively preparing the framework to guide the nation’s chain restaurants toward caloric disclosure as mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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CVA Conference Educates Health Professionals
CVA Conference Educates Health Professionals
In February, the CVA Medical Education Foundation, a non-profit entity formed by Cardiovascular Associates, held the fourth annual Cardiovascular Update Conference at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center.
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Diabetics Offered Targeted Help through UAB Clinics
Diabetics Offered Targeted Help through UAB Clinics

“It’s a souped-up diabetes clinic,” says Fernando Ovalle, MD, Director of the Multidisciplinary Comprehensive Diabetes Clinic at UAB. Started about three years ago, the Clinic constantly expands. “We have different subspecialties within the umbrella clinic. It’s a convenient one-stop service provided to patients with diabetes.” 

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Don't get caught by expiring tax provisions
Ten years ago, Congress passed the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001. That Act provided a number of income, estate and gift tax changes that were put into effect, or scheduled changes to become effective in the years ahead. Many of the changes that took effect under EGTRRA 2001will expire on December 31, 2010, unless Congress enacts new laws or passes extensions. If EGTRRA 2001 expires, taxpayers will face several significant changes.
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Down Among the Dead Men: A Year in the Life of a Mortuary Technician
Every week, it takes about 43 minutes for your favorite PIs and medical sleuths to find a body, take it to the morgue, determine the cause of death, and arrest the perp before the credits roll. And the best part is that on TV, nobody gets dirty or bloody. They barely even muss their hair
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Dr. Eric Brewer Using Robotics for Bladder Cancer Surgery
Dr. Eric Brewer Using Robotics for Bladder Cancer Surgery
For a low-profile organ that weighs less than a pound, the human bladder can suddenly become high-maintenance if something goes wrong.
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Early Anesthesia in Alabama
UAB Anesthesiology DepartmentAnesthesia is one of America's great contributions to health care. Ironically, some of the earliest users of ether were not doctors or nurses...
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