Disease Management Digest, September 22, 2011
September 22, 2011 Volume VIII, Issue 11

  1. Study Highlights Need for Better Diabetes Treatment Guidelines

  2. Can an Apple or Pear a Day Keep Strokes Away?

  3. New Table: 7 Care Coordination Challenges Met by an SNF Network

  4. More Women Dying from Breast, Cervical Cancer at Younger Age

  5. CDC Report Details Influenza Prevention, Treatment for Children and Teens

  6. Q&A: How Can You Incent Participation in Health Improvement Programs?
    (open access until September 28.)

  7. Harvard Launches 'Healthy Eating Plate' to Help Prevent Diseases

  8. Data Reveals Diabetes Epidemic Continues to Escalate

  9. HealthSounds Video: Top Uses of HRAs

  10. Regular 'Green Time' Linked to Milder ADHD Symptoms in Children

  11. France Reaches Across Pond to Manage Diabetes

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