Our nation's veterans deserve safe, effective pain care -- and thanks to a national VA effort to reduce risky opioid prescriptions, they're getting it. Now, this U-M/VA study may help civilian hospitals copy the VA's success.
People with Afib are at increased risk of stroke and may need a blood-thinning anticoagulant to reduce the risk. For those who aren't able to take blood thinners, the Watchman device may be a good alternative.
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) affects 8 to 12 million people in the United States, especially those over 50. Join us next Tuesday, January 24th for a live chat with Dr. William Jordan to get all of your questions about PAD answered. Register here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Important note for parents: The number of flu cases diagnosed at Children's Mercy continues to rise, and we continue to see respiratory viruses, too, which are easily spread. To provide a safe environment for patients, families, visitors and staff members, visitor restrictions for children 12 and younger will go into effect Jan. 18 for inpatient units at Children's Mercy and Children's Mercy... View details ⇨
Win 2 VIP tickets to The Classic Auto Show at Los Angeles Convention Center on Jan 27 - 29th! VIP Includes access to the show all three days, expedited VIP Check-In, Collectible VIP Lanyard, swag bag and Priority Main Stage Seating for all our normal Celebrity Theater events.