Disease Management Digest, July 12, 2012
July 12, 2012 Volume VIII, Issue 52


  1. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, RWJF Have Launched Childhood Obesity Challenge

  2. U.S. Cancer Patients Have Faster Access to More Oncology Drugs than Europeans

  3. New Chart: Who's Responsible for Improving Medication Adherence?

  4. Police Officer Stress Creates Significant Health Risks Compared to General Population

  5. Teens in China Have Four Times Higher Rate of Type 2 Diabetes Than U.S. Teens

  6. Q&A: How Does Sutter Health Engage Non-Compliant Patients?
    (Open access until July 18.)

  7. Obese People Have No Increased Death Risk Compared to Normal Weight People

  8. Persistent Pain Still Common in Hospitalized Children

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Evaluating Health and Wellness Incentive Programs for Behavior Change

  10. Patient-Derived Stem Cells Could Improve Drug Research for Parkinson's

  11. Diets, Doctors and Obesity: Heavier Weight for Primary Care

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