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Blackburn, McSally & Others Urge Improved Breast Cancer Screening for Servicewomen, Veterans

A bipartisan group of senators is urging the Pentagon to revamp breast cancer screening options for Tricare beneficiaries.

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The Challenges of Identifying, Treating Behavioral Health Issues in the Geriatric Popu-lation
The Challenges of Identifying, Treating Behavioral Health Issues in the Geriatric Popu-lation

Comorbid conditions, often including some form of dementia, increases the challenge of pinpointing and treating behavioral health and substance abuse issues in older populations.

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Senior Living Solutions Evolve to Meet Resident Needs
Senior Living Solutions Evolve to Meet Resident Needs

As residents' needs and acuity levels have risen, senior living solutions have had to evolve to meet new health and wellness challenges.

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COA of Middle Tennessee Releases Eldercare Report
COA of Middle Tennessee Releases Eldercare Report

Caring for an elderly relative while working takes a toll on both employees and employers. COA is working to improve community supports.

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Tivity Health Conference Part Two: The Call for Connection
Tivity Health Conference Part Two: The Call for Connection

Tivity Health and other key stakeholders spent two days in August looking at barriers to healthy aging, including social isolation, & possible solutions.

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Moving the Science Forward
Moving the Science Forward

Founded by nurses for nurses, IACRN supports clinical research nurses in their efforts to advocate for clinical trial participants and move medical science forward.

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Trifocal Cataract Replacement Lens Makes U.S. Debut
Trifocal Cataract Replacement Lens Makes U.S. Debut

Nashville ophthalmologist Dr. Jeffrey Horn part of clinical team that led to FDA approval of first lens that corrects for near, intermediate and distance vision.

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Metastatic Breast Cancer Action Day In Tennessee Is October 13
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Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Innovation in care, technology means better outcomes for patients

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The Faces of Opioid Addiction
The Faces of Opioid Addiction

The Department of Health is raising awareness and putting a face to the opioid crisis in Tennessee.

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Getting America Moving
Getting America Moving

Updated physical activity guidelines incorporate new scientific findings, a focus on prevention and more flexibility in how Americans get their move mojo back.

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TOA to Launch Sports Performance Center
TOA to Launch Sports Performance Center

TOA's new facility to offer healthcare, classes and training

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Leading with TENNACITY
Leading with TENNACITY

Local foundation helping trauma survivors take recovery to the next level.

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Saint Thomas, Kindred Get CON Nod

In late August, the Health Services and Development Agency of the State of Tennessee granted Certificate of Need approval for construction of the Saint Thomas Rehabilitation Hospital, a 40-bed freestanding inpatient rehab facility on the health system's midtown campus.

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Enablr: Connecting Therapists, Patients
Enablr: Connecting Therapists, Patients

A new scheduling platform to connect therapists and patients brings increased convenience and access

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Fighting Fire with Fire
Fighting Fire with Fire

Brentwood-based Corizon Health launched an opioid pilot in Philadelphia utilizing MAT. The success has the correctional healthcare provider looking to expand to other communities in need.

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Addressing Addiction
Addressing Addiction

Middle Tennessee companies and organizations are deploying unique solutions and programming to address addiction in the community.

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New Data Shows Continued Decline in Opioid Prescribing
New Data Shows Continued Decline in Opioid Prescribing

New data highlights a downward trend in opioid prescribing in the state.

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National Opioid Policy Roadmap Highlights State Efforts Helping End the Epidemic

The American Medical Association (AMA) and Manatt Health released an analysis today identifying effective state policies used to combat the opioid epidemic.

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AMA Urges Public to Avoid E-cigarette Use Amid Nationwide Investigation of Lung Illness Outbreak

Statement Attributable to: Patrice A. Harris M.D., M.A., President, American Medical Association

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TDH Reports Six Cases Of Vaping-Associated Respiratory Disease
TDH Reports Six Cases Of Vaping-Associated Respiratory Disease

Cluster of Illness in 25 States Linked to E-cigarette Use

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State on Lookout for Hep A, Vaping-Associated Respiratory Illness
State on Lookout for Hep A, Vaping-Associated Respiratory Illness

TDH responds to a multi-state hepatitis A outbreak and asks providers to report severe respiratory illness that might be tied to vaping.

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MHA Releases Back to School Toolkit for the 2019-2020 School Year
MHA Releases Back to School Toolkit for the 2019-2020 School Year

In recognition of the challenges a new school year presents for children and adolescents, Mental Health America (MHA) is providing new resources on student mental health (http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/back-school), with an emphasis on web-based tools that can be easily shared across social media platforms.

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  AMA Grants MycoDART CPT Code For Its Life-Saving Test
AMA Grants MycoDART CPT Code For Its Life-Saving Test

MycoDART, Inc., developer of proprietary DNA tests, announced its second patented assay has been granted a CPT code from the American Medical Association.

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Beating the Odds
Beating the Odds

Vanderbilt Children's Hospital researchers play key role in groundbreaking study.

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