Disease Management Digest, December 13, 2012
December 13, 2012  Volume IX, Issue 20


  1. Percentage of Adults With Diabetes as High as 12 Percent in West Virginia

  2. Caffeinated Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of Some Oral Cancers

  3. New Chart: What's the ROI from Wellness Incentives?

  4. Study Finds Association Between Oxygen Deprivation Before Birth and ADHD

  5. Combining Diagnostic Tests More Accurate at Predicting Alzheimer's

  6. Q&A: What Communication Strategies are Effective in the Management of a Mental Health Patient?

  7. Could Multiple Media Use Be Linked to Depression, Anxiety?

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2013 — A Strategic Planning Session

  9. More Than a Third of High-Risk Leukemia Patients Respond to Experimental New Drug

  10. Cognitive Problems May Be Present Before Chemotherapy in Women with Breast Cancer

  11. Infographic: Transportation and Health Status

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