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  THIS JUST IN February 2011  

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Hot flashes: Good news for menopausal women?

Research looking at the link between menopause symptoms and breast cancer risk shows that women who had the most hot flashes had a very low risk of developing breast cancer.


Diabetes is on the rise

According to new estimates from the CDC, nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes, and an estimated 79 million U.S. adults have prediabetes.


Let the sun shine: Bright light therapy helps depressed older adults

Three weeks of home-based light therapy produces a significant improvement in mood and sleep of older patients with major depression, say researchers.


Many implantable defibrillators are unnecessary

A new study has found that about 20% of U.S. patients who receive an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) may not need it.



  FROM OUR JOURNALS
Earn CME/CE credit by reading these peer-reviewed, continuing education articles from Nursing2011 and taking the tests.

Post-polio syndrome: Unraveling the mystery
Susan A. LaRocco, PhD, MBA, RN

New drugs 2011, Part I
Daniel A. Hussar, PhD

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A race to the end
Ashley L. Carunchio, BSN, RN, CEN, NREMT-P

Vital information about a vital sign: BP
Harriet Portman, BSN, RN, and Susan Sheppard, CGRN


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