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Primary Care Shortage Affecting Communities As Hospitals Struggle To Keep Up

CNN reports that five years ago "roughly half the doctors leaving medical school entered the work force as primary-care physicians; just 20 percent of current medical students are planning to work in primary care." The shortage is acute in rural areas, CNN reports. Doctors are also following the health reform proceedings in Washington, with some saying the bills will affect primary care doctors - with grants and incentives to go into the field - less than specialists, who could see their practices and reimbursement change (King, 12/11). The Omaha World-Herald: "Congress' health care overhaul may result in coverage for more than 30 million additional Americans, many of whom will seek treatment from primary care physicians.

Tips For Dealing With Sagging Skin

Time plays havoc with our skin- this is a sure fact, that we are all well aware of. So much so, that some of us are on a dangerous quest to find something that will save their sagging skin. You are probably wondering why I included 'dangerous', well the fact is that there are many options to improve loose sagging skin, out there on the market, and unfortunately, not all of them are actually safe to use. You could, for instance, go down the cosmetic surgery route, but that always comes with health risks, so I would probably steer clear of it myself, no matter how safe the doctor tells me it is. There is also many potions and lotions, all claiming to help improve your loose sagging skin that you have acquired through the years, but unfortunately not all of them work.

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Simple Highly Useful Anti Aging Skin Care Guide You Can Follow to Keep Your Skin Young and Healthy

Let me get straight to the point folks. This, as the title indicates, is an anti aging skin care guide. There are two reasons why this guide can be immensely helpful for you. If you have skin problems like wrinkles and age spots, this guide will tell you how you can get rid of them naturally. If you have flawless skin, this guide will tell you how you can keep your skin that way for a long time by preventing aging skin problems. Now, let me get started with the guide. First, let me make something very clear. Anti aging skin care treatment is not just about applying different creams and lotions on your face. There are a number of other factors you need to consider.

Testing New Exercise Technique

A year ago, Michael Bemben, professor of health and exercise science in the University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences, was invited to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., to formally announce the partnership between the American College of Sports Medicine and Sato Sports Plaza of Japan. The partnership is an effort to facilitate independent research projects around the country to examine the efficacy of a new type of training technique. Bemben's lab at the university is currently only one of four labs outside of Japan that has been working with the KAATSU-Master training system, testing the effectiveness of reducing blood flow to exercising muscle.

Finding the Best Mid-Priced Wrinkle Cream - Practical Tips That Pay Off

Are you sick and tired of looking in the mirror and seeing more and more wrinkles and fine lines develop each and every day? This article explains why using the best mid-priced wrinkle creams is the best way to push back the skin aging process well into your later years. It's in your best interest to use the best mid-priced wrinkle creams for a few reasons. For one, they do not contain cheap and ineffective ingredients like all the products do that you'd find at your local pharmacy or drug store. These products are designed to be inexpensive so more people will buy them. They are not designed to produce lasting results. Often, the best mid-priced wrinkle creams are also a better option than the higher-end, more expensive ones as well.

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Extended Youthfulness As A Prevention For Alzheimer's Disease

Therapies that can keep us younger longer might also push back the clock on Alzheimer's disease, suggests a new study of mice in the December 11th issue of the journal Cell, a Cell Press publication. "There's something about being youthful that protects us from Alzheimer's disease, " said Andrew Dillin of The Salk Institute for Biological Studies. "People say that if you live long enough, you get Alzheimer's. But if that were true, mice that live longer should get the disease at the same rate. That's not what we found." The researchers show that mice carrying human genes that cause them to develop Alzheimer's can be protected from that disease by turning down a pathway that is well known for its effects on aging.

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