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A sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose and even a cough. It’s the common cold, or what physicians call an upper respiratory tract infection. Low Vitamin D levels have been associated with a variety of respiratory tract infections. A new study examined whether taking an increased monthly dose of...
Twenty years ago knee replacement surgery was a relatively new procedure in the United States. Now, it’s estimated that about 600,000 people have their knee replaced and about 30,000 to 60,000 more undergo revision on their implant every year. A new study examined the trends in these common procedures...
It’s projected that 31 million people in the United States can qualify for gastric bypass surgery. Just ten years ago, this surgery was new and little was known about its long-term health benefits. A new study examined whether these benefits including sustained weight-loss, lower cardiovascular and...