Disease Management Digest, November 8, 2012
November 8, 2012 Volume IX, Issue 16


  1. High Blood Pressure in Young Adults Likely to Go Undiagnosed

  2. Obese Youth Could Cost Maine $1.2 Billion

  3. New Chart: Top Functionalities of Patient Registries

  4. Cardiac Stem Cells May Help Treat Heart Failure

  5. Side Effects, Cost Behind Non-Compliance in Statin Users: USAGE Survey

  6. Infographic: Building Patient Loyalty

  7. Antidepressants Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

  8. Study Finds Women, Even Regular Exercisers, Too Sedentary

  9. Trickle-Down Anxiety: Parental Behaviors Create Anxious Children

  10. Study Links Pregnancy Risks, Antidepressants

  11. Surviving Sandy: The Aftermath

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