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A Heart for Helping, Indoors and Out
A Heart for Helping, Indoors and Out
A stressful job demands an effective stress reliever, and for Melissa Peters, MD that means balancing the often demanding world of a physician with the world of gardening.  
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Allergic Esophagus Leads to Discovery of New Disease
Allergic Esophagus Leads to Discovery of New Disease

Eosinophil esophagitis (EoE) is becoming a more widely recognized disease among allergists and gastroenterologists.

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April 2015
Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.
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Are You a Baby Boomer? Get Screened for Hepatitis C
Are You a Baby Boomer? Get Screened for Hepatitis C

Almost 4 million people in the United States are living with Hepatitis C and don’t know they are infected.

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August 2015 Grand Rounds

Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

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Beekeeping physician creates buzz at local hospital
Beekeeping physician creates buzz at local hospital

A typical workday for Jim Boogaerts, MD doesn’t usually include rescuing homeless animals. But one day last April, he was called upon to round up some strays; thousands, in fact. 

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Beyond the Rock
Beyond the Rock
When Joseph Pilates created his unique method of exercise, he was on a mission to reform the world one body at a time. Over 100 years ago, he discovered that if we stop moving the way we are supposed to, we stop functioning the way we are supposed to. His solution was to invent the Reformer. Today it is known as Pilates.
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Biologics
Biologics

Treating damaged joints with the body’s own stem cells


“Heal thyself” is taking on a whole new meaning now that biologic therapies are rapidly emerging to treat a wide range of conditions.

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Cardiologist Aims to Prevent Amputation of Lower Extremities
Cardiologist Aims to Prevent Amputation of Lower Extremities

Direct revascularization through targeted angiosomes is proving to be successful in the treatment of critical limb ischemia (CLI) and peripheral artery disease (PAD), particularly in wound healing for patients suffering from diabetes and end-stage kidney disease.

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Closing your medical practice soon?

Physicians typically close their medical practice due to retirement, but the business may close due to death, disability, leaving solo practice and joining a group or an institution, or leaving medicine altogether. In any of these situations, it’s important to know the major issues to consider when closing your practice.

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Consumer-Driven Healthcare

One result of the Republican victories last November may be an acceleration of consumer-driven healthcare as an alternative to Obamacare.

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Coping With Chronic Pain
Coping With Chronic Pain

When Is It Time To Refer?

Pain can be a survival trait, warning us of imminent danger or the need to seek help. It can be a vital sign providing clues in diagnosing an acute illness or injury.

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December 2015
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Dermatologist Combines Surgical Specialty with Missions Work
Dermatologist Combines Surgical Specialty with Missions Work

Christopher Harmon's life and career are a study in contrasts.

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Dr. Jack Dabbs at 81:
Dr. Jack Dabbs at 81: "Medicine Has Been Good to Me"
On a recent weekday morning, a lot more people than usual were passing through the offices of Dr. Jack Dabbs, an ENT whose building is on Lomb Avenue near Princeton Baptist Medical Center.
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E-cigarettes Reveal New Danger to Children
E-cigarettes Reveal New Danger to Children

A search for electronic cigarette stores in Birmingham quickly generates 30 listings on the Yellow Pages site.

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Excitement Brewing for Local Gastro Physician
Excitement Brewing for Local Gastro Physician

Though "medicine" and "micro-brewery" may be near one another in a dictionary, for most people the two words are not a combination of pursuits that immediately come to mind.

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Eye Cues
Eye Cues

Signs of disease may be detectable in the eye years in advance

Shakespeare said the eyes are windows to the soul. They can also give a pretty clear indication of health issues that may be developing in other parts of the body.

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Fleisig's Biomechanics Lab Helps Athletes Stay in the Game
Fleisig's Biomechanics Lab Helps Athletes Stay in the Game
What do Major League Baseball, youth gymnastics, and Hollywood digital effects have in common? They all intersect in a field known as biomechanics - a specialty that didn't even exist in its current form only a generation ago.
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Functional Medicine Offers Surprising Outcomes
Functional Medicine Offers Surprising Outcomes

A 55-year-old man with peripheral neuropathy taking three diabetes medications came to Farah Sultan, MD, a primary care physician in Birmingham, fed up and in pain. Within six weeks, his blood sugar had stabilized enough that he quit all his diabetes prescriptions along with his medications for blood pressure, pain, depression, and cholesterol.

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Fusion Technology Improves Detection of Prostate Cancer
Fusion Technology Improves Detection of Prostate Cancer

New technology that fuses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound is improving the detection of prostate cancer and helping to avoid unnecessary biopsies.

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Grandview Medical Center to Offer Quality Care in Birmingham and Beyond
Grandview Medical Center to Offer Quality Care in Birmingham and Beyond

The fall 2015 opening of Grandview Medical Center will bring convenient access to quality hospital care to people who live and work along Birmingham’s U.S. 280 corridor, along with thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in tax revenue.

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Hold that Friend Request
Legal Traps in a Post-Facebook Work Environment

Many well-meaning managers engage with employees on social media websites, and doing so provides a host of benefits: stronger relationships between employees and management; a sense of collegiality; instant updates on employees' life changes.

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House Passes Permanent Doc Fix Bill to Repeal SGR

The House of Representatives voted on March 26, 2015 to pass the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.

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January 2015

Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

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