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Items tagged as "Medical Edge column"
TUESDAY Q & A: Teen’s hair loss likely result of genetics, but treatment options available
Posted: Tue, Apr 1 1:18pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: Treatment for bone disorders focuses on strengthening bones, slowing bone loss
Posted: Tue, Mar 25 6:00am by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: Surgery can usually treat urinary incontinence, but less invasive options are available
Posted: Tue, Mar 18 9:16am by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: Comprehensive eye exam can help detect glaucoma in early stages
Posted: Tue, Mar 11 4:20pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: Vitamin B-12 deficiency more common with increasing age
Posted: Tue, Feb 4 2:08pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
Tuesday Q & A: Stomach pain common in children, but exact source not always easy to identify
Posted: Tue, Jan 28 2:05pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: Variety of factors can raise risk for deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
Posted: Tue, Jan 21 12:09pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
TUESDAY Q & A: “Frozen shoulder” develops slowly and can take months to heal
Posted: Tue, Jan 14 3:43pm by Dana Sparks · Discussion
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