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HealthPartners Pitches $79M Expansion

...  pitches M expansion The nonprofit health care provider and insurer this month announced plans for a four-story medical office building at 295 Phalen Boulevard, next to its rehab facility and near its two specialty centers on the boulevard. The 128,000-square foot building … Read more on TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press Local hospitals' profits rise “The most significant investment is our ongoing commitment to cardiovascular services, where we have added cardiac rehab and earned recognition from the Society of Chest ...

Orchids & Onions (Photo: HTR Media )

Orchids & Onions (Photo: HTR Media ) ORCHIDS to the husband and wife police officers from the La Crosse area who used what they called their “natural instincts” to assist at a fiery crash in Kentucky as they were returning from vacation. West Salem Officer … ORCHIDS to River's Bend … Read more on Herald Times Reporter Anti-drug program seeks housing in Boone The session was advertised as a follow-up to an earlier meeting of the judge's Drug Court Community Outreach program. He told the audience Tuesday that this meeting was called to discuss the “nuts and bolts” of the program. Thompson has talked of the … Read more on The Logan Banner Read more... ...

OVER the COUNTER: A Urinary Tract Infection Can Be Prevented

...  THE COUNTER: A urinary tract infection can be prevented The herbal remedies, probiotics and D-Mannose can be taken with an antibiotic to complement the treatment. It's important to note that if you have a urinary tract infection, you must see your physician or health care provider. Urinary tract infections … Read more on Wicked Local Georgetown OP-ED: These Kids Are Our Kids But this teacher's statement brought us all back to the reality that we were talking about children who are important to all of us, no matter what their classification, and it was in all our interest to see these kids receive the best education and … Read more on Youth Today Read ...

Alcohol Addiction Help: Save Your Life From Alcohol Addiction

Are you aware of the damage that alcohol and drugs can do to your body? It can certainly ruin your life. Addiction can mess up your body system, spoil your relationships and get you into lots of trouble. I was getting worse while on the deadly path of alcohol abuse. Read more... ...

Business Briefs

...  The system … Read more on Durham Herald Sun Dignify Therapeutics' Clinical Scientific Advisory Board Welcomes Former … RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.–Dignify Therapeutics, LLC, announced that Michael Kennelly, MD, FACS, and Marcalee Alexander, MD, have joined Dignify's scientific advisory board. Dr. Kennelly … “Carolinas Rehabilitation is uniquely equipped with state … Read more on NCTechNews (press release) Tags: michael kennelly, north carolina, health care provider, health care, herald sun, health care pr ...

Primary Care Practitioners Hesitate to Prescribe Antidepressants for Depressed

...  Care Practitioners Hesitate to Prescribe Antidepressants for Depressed … Pediatric PCPs who are more knowledgeable about depression—and especially those who have access to an on-site mental health care provider—are more likely to prescribe antidepressants for depressed teens. Lead author Dr Ana Radovic of … Most PCPs in … Read more on Newswise (press release) How depression affects men vs. women A growing body of evidence is now showing there are marked gender differences in the expression and course of depression as well as in response to conventional treatments. Although the diagnostic definition of depression does not specify gender … Read more on ...

Government 'buried' Release of Key Evidence on Minimum Alcohol Price Before

by Aberdeen Proving Ground Government 'buried' release of key evidence on minimum alcohol price before … The Government “buried” key evidence in the run-up to a major U-turn on minimum pricing for alcohol, it has emerged, amid accusations from doctors that pressure from the alcohol industry was “instrumental” in blocking the policy. A draft report from … Read more on The Independent Docs Fail to Discuss Alcohol's Risks with Patients Only 1 in 6 U.S. adults say their doctor has ever discussed alcohol use with them, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The findings show that most health care providers don't talk about alcohol, even with … Read more on LiveScience.com Read more... ...