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March 18, 2019

People with Alzheimer's disease have a higher risk of head injuries

Those with Alzheimer's disease have approximately 30% higher risk of head injuries, and 50% higher risk of traumatic brain injuries than persons without Alzheimer's disease.

Greg Kawchuck, DC, and colleagues combine X rays, virtual reality for new medical treatments

No, they're not X-ray specs. But a University of Alberta team has come up with a way to combine medical imaging with virtual reality to help clinicians locate and understand what's happening inside their patients' bodies as they treat them.

Ending the patient-practitioner relationship

Breaking up with a patient need not be hard – or permanent. Having a clear strategy and the right paperwork in place to properly discharge patients is an essential component of all healthcare practices.
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Cracking joints and aging

What makes joints pop and crack and is it a sign of disease?

Sometimes, there is an anatomical cause for the noise. This happens when tendons (tissue structures that connect muscles to bone) are moved over bony protrusions, and then quickly snap back into place. This noise is commonly heard in the knee when moving from a seated to a standing position, or when climbing the stairs as the tendons that cross the knee move over the joint. This increasingly occurs with ageing, as our muscles lose elasticity and decrease in size and strength. » Read more...

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