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  THIS JUST IN January 2011  
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Lose your teeth, lose your memory?

According to a new study, elderly people who lose their teeth may be at increased risk for dementia.


Flu season's off to a "typical" start

The 2010-11 flu season is much less severe than in 2009-10, with influenza-associated deaths and hospitalizations down significantly.


Is there a link between psoriasis, heart disease, and diabetes?

A new study shows that individuals with psoriasis may have two times the risk of metabolic syndrome‚ which can lead to heart disease and diabetes.


Walk faster, live longer

Researchers have discovered that walking speed can be a useful predictor of how long older adults live.



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

Opening the window of opportunity for treating acute ischemic stroke
Janice Mink, BSN, RN, CCRN, CNRN; and Julie Miller, BSN, RN, CCRN

HIV: The changing edpidemic
Carl A. Kirton, DNP, ACRN, ANP-BC

 



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Hospice on ice
Marion Jackel Wilson, LPN

Understanding the ankle-brachial index
Melissa Moye, BSN, RN, CCRN


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