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2009-05-30 | The major portion of Dr. J. Clayton Davie's career of 22 plus years at Carraway Methodist Medical Center was concerned with intracranial and micro neurosurgical procedures.
2009-05-18 | New KLAS report finds that most providers are content with existing 16- and 64-slice systems
2009-05-15 | A San Diego drug maker is hoping an infusion of research capital will allow it to continue its work in searching for Parkinson's disease treatments.
2009-05-14 | BabelFAmily is pleased to announce the launch of a new website that currently supports 10 different languages, viewable and searchable at www.babelfamily.org.
2009-05-14 | While the number of people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease worldwide is already thought to be more than four million, a new study says that the world's largest nations are set to see a doubling of that number within twenty-five years.
2009-05-10 | Parkinson's disease affects an estimated four million people worldwide, with as many as one million in the US alone.
2009-05-01 | Abraham A. Katz, DDS has joined the national I Hate CPAP campaign and launched www.NV.IHateCPAP.com to introduce oral appliance and CPAP alternative options to sleep apnea sufferers who can't tolerate CPAP or have stopped using it.
2009-04-08 | Dr. Perlmutter identified simple, preventative measures for slowing disease progression and advancing brain function by treating the underlying causes of the disease or disorder rather than simply focusing on treating the symptoms.
2009-04-02 | Nearly one million Americans are impacted by Parkinson's Disease. Dr. David Perlmutter, an internationally recognized leader in the field of neurological disorders, will discuss his novel approaches and uncover new findings affecting this debilitating disease with Dr. Mehmet Oz.
2009-02-25 | In this tender read we are privileged to enter into the world of, Charles and Saundra, a world that like most of ours, has indeed its trials and tribulations. The couple share with you their lives, their journey with the Lord, and the battles they encountered.
2009-02-20 | Dr. Joseph Barton has joined the national I Hate CPAP campaign and launched www.Jacksonville.IHateCPAP.com to introduce oral appliance and CPAP alternative options to sleep apnea sufferers who can't tolerate CPAP or have stopped using it.
2009-02-18 | Miles for Hope, a non-profit organization sponsored by AirTran Airways has created a virtual vigil and hope to have one million people light a virtual candle by April 10, 2009 to raise brain tumor awareness world-wide.
2009-01-27 | Repetitive surges and drops in blood pressure and blood flow in the brain might make people with sleep apnea more prone to have a stroke and die in their sleep, according to a new study December 2008 issue of the Journal of Applied Physiology. Does a major flaw exist in sleep research?
2009-01-11 | If you have sleep apnea or disruptive snoring and do not tolerate CPAP, I HATE CPAP and Dr. Ronald Konig want to help you find answers, visit www.Houston.IHateCPAP.com or call 713-668-2289.
2009-01-11 | I Hate CPAP Comes to Columbus, Ohio. Do you hate cpap? Call Dr. Mark Levy or visit www.Columbus.IHateCPAP.com
2009-01-09 | Dr Mark Levy has provided Columbus patients diagnosed with sleep apnea an excellent resource that covers diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. CPAP is the gold standard treatment for sleep apnea but most patients do not tolerate or use it on a regular basis.
2008-12-22 | Dr. Terry W. Forsberg provides an excellent resource to Monterey Bay patients diagnosed with sleep apnea. This vital information for patients who do not tolerate CPAP can be found at: www.ihatecpap.com
2008-12-22 | "Research has shown that 60% of mild and moderate patients cannot tolerate CPAP therapy": According to the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr Ira L Shapira and I Hate CPAP LLCc Promotes Dental Sleep Medicine at WWW.IHATECPAP.COM. Find a dentist helps patients locate sleep apnea dentists
2008-12-16 | OnePacs, LLC, a leading provider of diagnostic radiology information technology solutions, announced a revolution in Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) pricing with the introduction of a fully functional, free version of its OnePacs web-enabled PACS system.
2008-12-16 | CPAP is still considered the gold standard of treatment for sleep apnea even though less than half of patients prescribed cpap actually use it. Patients are often unaware of cpap alternatives that are much better tolerated. CPAP alternatives are available to those with CPAP problems or intolerance