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Quality varies wildly among affiliates linked with US News top hospitals, JAMA study finds

Dive Brief: Choosing to have surgery at a facility affiliated with a highly rated U.S. hospital doesn’t guarantee the same quality experience, a new study in JAMA Surgery finds. In an analysis of hospitals affiliated with U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll hospitals, surgical outcomes varied widely both within and across networks. Moreover, Honor Roll… Read More »

Headache Frequency, Medication Overuse, and Depression Linked to Migraine – Neurology Advisor

February 01, 2019 Share this content: Participants who reported chronic headaches were found likely to develop migraines. Increased headache day frequency, acute medication overuse and/or high-frequency use, and depression were the most strongly identified risk factors identified for the new onset of chronic migraine (CM)/transformed migraine (TM), chronic daily headache (CDH), or related chronic headache… Read More »

Sauna use linked to good heart health

Regularly sweating out in a sauna may be linked to a reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease in the over-50s, a long-term study suggests. The lower risks for males and females associated with the amount of time spent bathing as well as frequency of use may be because they mimic the affects of mild… Read More »