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Older Driver Safety Awareness Week

December 2-6, 2019 is Older Driver Safety Awareness Week. This week aims to promote public understanding of the importan ...

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Can Robots Read Your CT Scan?

At a plenary session of the World Conference on Lung Cancer in September, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain, Hugo Aerts, PhD pre ...

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An Updated Cochrane Review: Can Exercise Reduce Fa ...

We all know how devastating falls can be in our older patients. I send many to physical therapy specifically for fall p ...

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The "HINTS" Examination in Vertigo

Vertigo is a symptom, not a diagnosis. It presents a unique problem for many clinicians because it is symptomatic of a p ...

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FDA Approves First Oral GLP-1 RA

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved semaglutide (Rybelsus, Novo Nordisk) as the first oral glucagon-like pe ...

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What's the Best Way to Stay Hydrated?

I see patients with acute illnesses in urgent care every week, and many have fever and anorexia, and are a bit dehydrate ...

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Managing Multiple Generations in Your Workplace

Nowadays it's common to see several generations working together in our clinical offices, with some people working into ...

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An Interesting Wrinkle in the Hahnemann University ...

Hahnemann University Hospital has been an institution in downtown Philadelphia, seemingly forever. The level I trauma ce ...

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Beat the Heat

Your body may be unable to cool itself in hot temperatures, which could lead to a heat stroke or heat exhaustion. This i ...

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