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Dr. Evan Levine: Treating Menopausal Symptoms For Pennies A Day

In 1959 the drug Aldactone (generic name of spironolactone) was approved to be marketed for the treatment of hypertension. It was largely unnoticed until a government sponsored study, forty years later, showed that this simple drug, when given to patients with congestive heart failure, could reduce the risk of death as well as any expensive branded medication or even an implantable defibrillator.

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Top 3 Causes Of Physician Burnout

Due to the unprecedented, ongoing structural changes to the healthcare industry, physicians face pressures now unlike any other time. 

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Following Physician Compensation Trends? Read This First

Health systems and hospitals in smaller communities are under the same pressure as organizations in large cities to tailor physician compensation packages that recruit and retain doctors, but instead of trying to compete with them, one Texas hospital has found a way to offer something physicians crave in a constantly changing healthcare economy—certainty.

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The Danger of Sleeping In: Sleeping For Eight Hours Can Increase The Risk of A Stroke- Especially For Women Over 63

Adults sleeping for more than eight hours per night may face a significantly higher risk of stroke, according to a recent study. Sleeping less than six hours may also increase the risk of stroke, but not by as much. 

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