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  • Prosthesis helps Medal of Honor hero stay with Rangers

    There was a little bit of a meat skirt, for lack of better words, hanging around the edges. It was oozing. I could see the radius and ulna bone sticking up maybe about half an inch.

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  • Safely Skate, Slide and Glide through Winter

    The snow is falling, the temperature is dropping, and it’s time to pull out those skis, sleds and skates!
    While winter sports provide a wonderful opportunity to exercise and enjoy the outdoors, these activities also have the potential to cause severe injury if proper safety precautions are not practiced. Common injuries from skiing, skating and sledding include sprains and muscle strains, dislocations and fractures.

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  • Patients Turn To Online Community For Help Healing

    When Americans go looking for information on health, they turn to the Internet as one of their first sources. According to a recent survey by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 61 percent of adults say they look online for health information. There’s a term for them: e-patients.

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