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Blog Posts in March, 2013

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  • New Sleeping Pill Study Shows Health Downsides
    New Sleeping Pill Study Shows Health Downsides

    It is estimated that between 50 and 70 million Americans struggle with insomnia or other sleep disorders. So it should come as no surprise that millions are also prescribed sleep aids that are ...

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  • Pediatric Strokes In Virginia: Misdiagnosed And Dangerous
    Pediatric Strokes In Virginia: Misdiagnosed And Dangerous

    Injuries that require long-term medical treatment or that have a permanent impact are considered catastrophic. While that definition sounds frightening by itself, what if that injury occurs to your ...

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  • Virginia Red Light Cameras Decrease Accidents, Study Shows
    Virginia Red Light Cameras Decrease Accidents, Study Shows

    When a driver runs a red light, the most common type of accident that occurs is known as a t-bone or a side-impact accident. Those involved in side-impact accidents are more vulnerable to injuries ...

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  • Recent Breakthroughs For Spinal Cord Injury Patients In Virginia
    Recent Breakthroughs For Spinal Cord Injury Patients In Virginia

    If you have talked with your doctor or searched for the information online, you already know that spinal cord injuries are considered permanent. Each article states, “there are no known treatments at ...

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  • Study Shows Daily Aspirin Use May Raise Risk Of Blindness
    Study Shows Daily Aspirin Use May Raise Risk Of Blindness

    Have you been told by a doctor that you need to take aspirin to help your heart? Almost a third of all middle-aged adults in the United States take aspirin on a regular basis. Doctors recommend a ...

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  • Innovative—But Costly—New Spinal Cord Injury Treatments
    Innovative—But Costly—New Spinal Cord Injury Treatments

    Ever since your accident last year, when you fractured your spine, you’ve been incessantly worrying about money. You had to spend two long months at Inova getting prodded, scanned, and poked—and your ...

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