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6 Myths About IBD in Minority Patients, Busted

Brent Polk, MD, a professor of pediatrics and a gastroenterologist, says that at least 40 percent of his patients with IBD are from underrepresented minorities. Photo Courtesy of the Crohn's and ... read more

America’s Whitest City Explodes With A Fusion Of Inclusion

Yet, despite having low percentages of both black (6 percent) and Latino populations (9 percent ... by putting my money where my mouth is,” Rai said. “I have busted the myths around minority ... read more

Uganda: Dispelling the Topmost Myths About HIV/Aids

Because knowledge is power in the fight against this epidemic, we've busted some common myths for you: It is quite possible for ... and in rare cases up to 20, years. Another minority in the HIV+ ... read more

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Busted: 5 Myths about Facebook’s messenger app NEW YORK (AP ... disrupted its public meetings and pressured its leaders into speeding up the approval of experimental drugs for patients dying of AIDS. ... read more


A Guide to State Opioid Prescribing Policies Resource Center News

Medscape Medical News, October 2016 ACEPMyth Busted: ED Docs Not a ... Pain An extension study shows that patients receiving an investigational abuse-deterrent hydrocodone (Vantrela ER) maintained ... read more

10 Brain Myths Busted

Click through the gallery above to find out the truth about 10 common neuroscience myths. While crossword puzzles and classical music aren’t going to make you smarter, here are three proven strategies ... read more

Common acne drug that leaves ‘patients suicidal and impotent’ should be BANNED on NHS

Warnings about depression and other psychiatric side-effects were added to the drug’s patient information leaflet in 1998 ... is too dangerous to prescribe on the NHS. He added: “A minority get these ... read more

116 iron nails, wire removed from man's stomach in Bundi

Dr Anil Saini, a surgeon at the hospital, said most nails measured 6.5 cm and it took an hour-and-a-half to remove ... That, too, confirmed the same after which the patient was operated upon on Monday ... read more

IBD Patient Advocate: 'I’m So Much More Than My Disease'

I’m proud to be a vocal member of the IBD community who’s chosen to use my patient journey and experiences along the way to show others that their disease doesn’t have to rob them of their potential. ... read more

What The Evidence Shows About Patient Activation: Better Health Outcomes And Care Experiences; Fewer Data On Costs

2. Jessica Greene is a professor and director of research at the George Washington University School of Nursing, in Washington, D.C. Patient engagement is an increasingly important component of ... read more

Body mass may not be good way to predict heart disease in minorities

"We advocate a heart healthy diet and lots of exercise in all individuals, regardless of race/ethnicity and body weight, but especially in those who are members of racial/ethnic minority populations," ... read more

Inflammatory bowel disease during childhood linked to higher cancer rates: Study

Ulcerative colitis affects the large intestine and causes irritation and swelling called inflammation whereas Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD ... Over a follow-up of 9.6 ... read more



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