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Cholesterol screening rates low among young adults
According to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study, less than half of young adults don't get cholesterol screening even though up to a quarter of them have elevated cholesterol.
Rotator cuff injuries treatable, but surgery may not be best option
Injuries to the rotator cuff are treatable, but it’s unclear which treatment option—surgery or nonsurgical treatments such as exercise or medication—is best, according to a new Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality comparative effectiveness report.
New health insurance consumer website
The Department of Health and Human Services has launched a new website to provide Americans with information about available private and public health insurance options. The site walks users through a series of questions to generate a list of private and public coverage options, without requiring personal information.
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Andrew Herman, MS, RN
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Sherri Melrose, PhD, RN
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