Disease Management Digest, May 19, 2011
May 19, 2011 Volume VII, Issue 45

  1. 1 in 7 Strokes Occurs During Sleep

  2. Biomarker Identifies Breast Cancer Patients Likely to Respond to Tamoxifen

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Telehealth Tools for Patients and Plan Members

  4. Cell Phones Help Underdeveloped Countries Manage Diabetes

  5. Is Smoking Linked to Prostate Cancer Recurrence?

  6. Q&A: How Can You Use Text Messaging in Health Management?
    (open access until May 24.)

  7. Behavioral Therapy Treats Incontinence in Parkinson's Disease

  8. Unhealthy Substance Use Deters Disease Prevention

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Improving Medication Adherence Benchmarks Through Community Pharmacist Interventions

  10. Obesity Increases Infection Risk After Colectomy

  11. School Intervention Improves Kidsí Heart Health Long Term

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