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Dealing with Violent Patients
Dealing with Violent Patients

Last month, a patient came into the Internal Medicine Specialists for his appointment. A middle-aged, average man, he'd been coming to the practice for several years. And he was a tinderbox.

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Reconstructive Medicine Helps Patients Reclaim Their Self Image
Reconstructive Medicine Helps Patients Reclaim Their Self Image

In an instant on a slippery interstate, the face you expect to see in the mirror every morning could change.

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Finding the Sweet Spot in Aesthetic Medicine
Finding the Sweet Spot in Aesthetic Medicine

Patients want to 'look natural,' but what does that mean? Noted Chicago plastic surgeon, professor, researcher, and author Dr. Steven Dayan offers insight on his vision for the four dimensions of beauty.

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USPSTF Issues Final Recommendation on PSA-Based Screening
USPSTF Issues Final Recommendation on PSA-Based Screening

Does PSA-based screening for prostate cancer do more harm than good? While the USPSTF has released final recommendations for routine screening, the answer really remains an individualized decision.

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New Procedure Offers More Affordable Treatment for Infertility
New Procedure Offers More Affordable Treatment for Infertility

A new device, the INVOcell, is now available for many women seeking infertility treatment at one-third of the cost of traditional in vitro fertilization.

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Grandview Cancer Center Opens
Grandview Cancer Center Opens

The new Grandview Cancer Center opened with a ribbon cutting May 31st.

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Increasing Number of Women Diagnosed with Lung Cancer
Increasing Number of Women Diagnosed with Lung Cancer

Pulmonologist Sandra Gilley, MD says that COPD and lung cancer are a very real risk for women. And she wants physicians to be aware of the current screening recommendations.

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The New War on Alzheimer's
The New War on Alzheimer's

Jim Freeman survived D-Day. He survived Rommel's tanks rolling over his foxhole in North Africa, and even made it home after lying wounded in the snow at the Battle of the Bulge.

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Which Treatment for Which Tumor?
Which Treatment for Which Tumor?

'Brain tumor' may be the two most frightening words a patient will ever hear a surgeon speak. After the shock, there will be questions--most will ask what can be done.

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New Development Improves Surgical Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
New Development Improves Surgical Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Look in a medical textbook for an illustration of the pelvis, near the tailbone, and along each side you'll find a complex-looking structure of connecting bones and joints.

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Kangaroo Mother Care Effective in Preventing Hypothermia
Kangaroo Mother Care Effective in Preventing Hypothermia

Hypothermia in newborns is common worldwide and the incidence of is substantially higher in developing countries. Even in the United States, many babies require hospitalization because of hypothermia.

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Alzheimer's Association Sees Increase in Federal Support
Alzheimer's Association Sees Increase in Federal Support

In March, President Donald Trump signed a massive $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill into law to fund the federal government.

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Non-invasive Procedure for Relieving Spinal Stenosis
Non-invasive Procedure for Relieving Spinal Stenosis

The only surgical course for those suffering from moderate lumbar spinal stenosis used to be open back surgery. But two years ago, a new option entered the physician's arsenal.

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Periacetabular Osteotomy for Hip Dysplasia Can Prevent Joint Replacement
Periacetabular Osteotomy for Hip Dysplasia Can Prevent Joint Replacement

Abnormal development in the hip joint in adolescents and young adults is more common than was once thought. The condition can lead to hip dysplasia and hip impingement and usually requires surgery to correct the problem.

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New Supercomputer Revolutionizes UAB Research
New Supercomputer Revolutionizes UAB Research

"Teraflop" is not a word you're likely to hear at your local computer store. It's a measure of processing power that allows calculations at a rate of a trillion per second with nine floating decimal points.

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Managing the Big Picture
Managing the Big Picture

On one hand, we're on the threshold of an incredible era in personalized medicine with scientific breakthroughs making possible highly individualized care that could advance both quality and years of life.

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Biologics for Treating Severe Asthma
Biologics for Treating Severe Asthma

"Biologics are wonderful for treating a specific patient," says Carol Smith, MD with Birmingham Allergy & Asthma Specialists.

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Addressing Physician Burnout
Addressing Physician Burnout

In recognition that physician burnout is increasing, the AMA and other companies and organizations have begun tackling the critical issue from a variety of vantage points

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Asthma APGAR Tool Improves Management in Primary Care Setting
Asthma APGAR Tool Improves Management in Primary Care Setting

Many patients with persistent asthma have a difficult time achieving control. Results of a new pragmatic study found applying APGAR tools significantly reduced ED, urgent care and hospital admissions while improving patient control and practice adherence to guidelines.

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Computer Simulation Can Improve Patient Flow
Computer Simulation Can Improve Patient Flow

When Deborah Flint, director of Performance Engineering at the Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital, tackles a project to shorten wait times, streamline a process or improve clinic flow, she and her team have a number of tools they can use for maximum effectiveness.

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Treating Samter's Triad with Aspirin Desensitization
Treating Samter's Triad with Aspirin Desensitization

Those who face aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD)--also known as Samter's Triad or aspirin sensitive asthma--may not know it for possibly decades, if ever.

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Epigenetics of Exercise
Epigenetics of Exercise

Next time you're tempted to skip the gym, consider this: recent research into the epigenetic effects of exercise suggests that workout sessions can do more than just get your abs in shape. They can act as a virtual time machine to keep both your body and mind younger.

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New Linear Accelerator Streamlines Radiation Treatment for Cancer
New Linear Accelerator Streamlines Radiation Treatment for Cancer

Today's radiation therapy for the treatment of cancer was a high-tech advance when it was introduced decades ago. But now there's a brand-new generation of the machines, the Halcyon Linear Accelerator, that its user, Urology Centers of Alabama (UCA), calls transformative.

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Cullman Regional Medical Center Focuses on Patients' Total Health
Cullman Regional Medical Center Focuses on Patients' Total Health

Cullman Regional is differentiating itself from the current trend facing many community hospitals that are closing or being sold to larger healthcare systems.

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UAB Special Care Unit Improves Outcomes for Ventilator Patients
UAB Special Care Unit Improves Outcomes for Ventilator Patients

In October 2016, UAB Hospital established a new Special Care Unit (SCU) designed to improve care for patients on a ventilator with a goal of weaning them off the machine sooner.

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