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    • 30 MAY 13
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    Video: World Autism Day

    March 30, 2013 7:31 AM As doctors become better equipped to diagnose autism, we are learning that autism is more prevalent than we once thought. Duncan Niederauer and his wife Alison Niederauer talk about bringing more awareness to autism and about life raising a child with autism. Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/7AQY3ggEBgo/

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    America’s senior health rankings: Mississippi last, what’s first?

    A comprehensive report of senior citizen’s health adds more urgency to a crisis facing the U.S. health care system: an aging baby boomer population with troubling rates of chronic illnesses. The United Health Foundation’s 2013 “America’s Health Rankings Senior Report” provides a state-by-state snapshot of how healthy senior citizens are and what types of health

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    America’s senior health rankings: Mississippi last, what’s first?

    A comprehensive report of senior citizen’s health adds more urgency to a crisis facing the U.S. health care system: an aging baby boomer population with troubling rates of chronic illnesses. The United Health Foundation’s 2013 “America’s Health Rankings Senior Report” provides a state-by-state snapshot of how healthy senior citizens are and what types of health

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    To stop MRSA’s spread at hospitals, decontaminate all ICU patients: Study

    CHICAGO Infections acquired from health care facilities are a public health priority for U.S.  officials, given about one out of every 20 hospital patients will contract an infection they didn’t come in with. Such so-called health care-associated infections (HAIs) kill tens of thousands of people each year and drive up health care costs in the

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    To stop MRSA’s spread at hospitals, decontaminate all ICU patients: Study

    CHICAGO Infections acquired from health care facilities are a public health priority for U.S.  officials, given about one out of every 20 hospital patients will contract an infection they didn’t come in with. Such so-called health care-associated infections (HAIs) kill tens of thousands of people each year and drive up health care costs in the

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    To stop MRSA’s spread at hospitals, decontaminate all ICU patients: Study

    CHICAGO Infections acquired from health care facilities are a public health priority for U.S.  officials, given about one out of every 20 hospital patients will contract an infection they didn’t come in with. Such so-called health care-associated infections (HAIs) kill tens of thousands of people each year and drive up health care costs in the

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    • 30 MAY 13
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    To stop MRSA’s spread at hospitals, decontaminate all ICU patients: Study

    CHICAGO Infections acquired from health care facilities are a public health priority for U.S.  officials, given about one out of every 20 hospital patients will contract an infection they didn’t come in with. Such so-called health care-associated infections (HAIs) kill tens of thousands of people each year and drive up health care costs in the

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