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Integrated Medical affiliates with Mount Sinai

by Claude Solnik Published: February 14, 2012 Tags: affiliation, Integrated Medical Professionals, Long Island, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, partnership, urology Melville-based Integrated Medical Professionals – a practice focusing on urology and radiology – has signed a clinical affiliation with Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. The organization, which includes Advanced Urology Centers of New York and oncology radiation provider Advanced Radiation Centers of New York, described the deal as “a partnership that will help change the face of patient care” in urology and radiation in the region. Integrated Medical is a multispecialty practice that includes 101 physicians at 52 locations

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Rick Santorum Rises In Polls But Faces Challenges With Fundraising, Organization

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By STEVE PEOPLES Associated Press BOISE, Idaho.

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Rick Santorum Revels in Sudden Support – But How Deep?

The latest Republican to surge in polls, Rick Santorum is trying to turn his newfound strength into something lasting. Curious Republicans now pack his rallies. Supporters have funneled nearly $4 million to his formerly empty campaign account over the past seven days

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Santorum revels in sudden support _ but how deep?

BOISE, Idaho. (AP) — The latest Republican to surge in polls, Rick Santorum is trying to turn his newfound strength into something lasting. Curious Republicans now pack his rallies

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The Complexities Of Treating Gynaecological Cancers During Pregnancy

Editor's Choice Academic Journal Main Category: Pregnancy / Obstetrics Also Included In: Cervical Cancer / HPV Vaccine;  Cancer / Oncology Article Date: 13 Feb 2012 - 19:00 PST email to a friend   printer friendly   opinions   Current Article Ratings: Patient / Public: Healthcare Prof: A recent paper published in the The Lancet reviewed the management and treatment of gynaecological cancers during pregnancy - most common types being cervical and ovarian. The goal among such cases is to prolong and prevent termination of pregnancy, whilst also treating the cancer in the most effective way possible. The paper was by Professor Philippe Morice, Department of Gynecological Surgery, Institut Gustave Roussy, France, and colleagues

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Jennifer Aniston Clears Up Pregnancy Rumors

Jennifer Aniston is having to answer to those pesky pregnancy and marriage rumors, once again. The 43-year-old actress - who is seen in a series of sexy shots in GQ's March issue with "Wanderlust" co-star Paul Rudd - clears up rumors that constantly seem to plague her

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Jennifer Aniston Clears Up Pregnancy & Marriage Rumors

Jennifer Aniston is having to answer to those pesky pregnancy and marriage rumors, once again. The 43-year-old actress - who is seen in a series of sexy shots in GQ's March issue with "Wanderlust" co-star Paul Rudd - clears up rumors that constantly seem to plague her

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Article: Duggars Hope Sharing Michelle’s Miscarriage Story On TV Will Help Other Grieving Families

First Published: February 13, 2012 4:17 PM EST Credit: Access Hollywood Caption Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar stop by Access Hollywood on February 13, 2012 LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar hope that by airing the recent miscarriage tragedy of their 20th child will help other families and individuals coping with their own loss

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Michelle Duggar: 'Miscarriage of 20th child was devastating' – video

Michelle Duggar has described her recent miscarriage as "devastating". The 19 Kids and Counting star and husband Jim Bob Duggar revealed that they were expecting their 20th child together in November, but announced the miscarriage of their baby girl one month later.

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19 and (still) counting: Duggars say they would have more kids

By Rebecca Dube Despite the pain of her recent miscarriage, TLC reality-show star and mother of 19 Michelle Duggar says she'd like to have more children if she's able. "We would be open to more if God saw fit to bless us with more," Michelle said in a green-room interview with TODAY Moms

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'19 Kids and Counting': Duggars talk miscarriage, new season

The Duggars of "19 Kids and Counting" made their first public appearance following the miscarriage of their 20th child Tuesday morning on "Today." Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar appeared -- without their 19 children -- to promote the season premiere of "19 Kids," which airs Tuesday night on TLC. The premiere episode of the show's ninth season will deal with Michelle's December miscarriage of their 20th child, Jubiliee Shalom, and the aftermath -- a tough subject for a show that usually dwells on the joys of parenting.

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Lawmaker reiterates stand on earth-balling of trees

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Overeating Linked To Memory Loss

Editor's Choice Main Category: Alzheimer's / Dementia Also Included In: Nutrition / Diet Article Date: 14 Feb 2012 - 0:00 PST email to a friend   printer friendly   opinions   Current Article Ratings: Patient / Public: 5 (2 votes) Healthcare Prof: 5 (1 votes) A study released today and scheduled to be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 64th Annual Meeting in New Orleans April 21 to April 28, 2012, shows that those over 70 eating more than 2,100 calories per day, nearly double their risk of memory loss, or mild cognitive impairment (MCI). MCI is considered to be the stage between normal memory loss that comes with aging and early Alzheimer's disease.

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TheKnot.com and Mens Health Find 17% of Men Would Wear a "Man-Gagement Ring

TheKnot.com, the #1 online wedding planning resource, and Men?s Health, the largest men?s lifestyle magazine brand, today revealed the results of their fifth annual co-branded proposal and engagement survey. In the midst of prime proposal season when more than half a million men plan to "pop the question,? this one-of-a-kind survey, featured exclusively on MensHealth.com and TheKnot.com, asked more than 1,400 men and women engagement questions that reveal everything from how brides feel about the ring to how much their sex life has changed (or not!) since becoming engaged

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Boston IVF Fertility Clinic Adopts Salivary Estradiol Assay from Salimetrics for Use in Infertility Treatment; Patient …

Boston IVF, a leading assisted reproduction clinic in the Boston area, now has the option to go needle-free with a very simple, patient-friendly saliva test based on the Salimetrics estradiol immunoassay kit. State College, PA (PRWEB) February 14, 2012 Boston IVF, a leading medical practice providing specialized infertility treatment since 1986, announced it has introduced the first needle-free saliva test that will replace daily blood tests needed to monitor infertility treatment. The salivary estradiol immunoassay kits used by the Boston IVF laboratory will be supplied by Salimetrics

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FOX Focus: Fertility Treatments

A lot of women choose to hold off on having kids for a number of reasons. Sometimes, they make the decision, only to find out that when they're ready, it's too late. Modern women want it all: great jobs, spouses, and eventually beautiful bundles of joy.

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India’s total fertility rate likely to dip by 0.1 point

NEW DELHI: India's Total Fertility Rate (TFR) - the average number of children that would be born to a woman over her lifetime - that has remained stagnant at 2.6 since 2009 could finally see a drop. However, the fall could be only by 0.1 point

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Lead, Cadmium Levels in Blood Linked to Reduced Fertility

TUESDAY, Feb. 14 (HealthDay News) -- High blood levels of cadmium in women and high levels of lead in males can make it difficult for couples to conceive, new research suggests. Cadmium is a metal that is used in batteries, metal coatings and plastics, but the most common source of cadmium exposure is cigarette smoke.

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Utah mom having quadruplets without fertility drugs

Natalie and Anthony Consolo wanted to expand their family. But not this much and not so fast. Natalie is due to have quadruplets — three girls and one boy — sometime in the next two weeks.

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B.C. appeals ruling on sperm donor identities

B.C. appeals ruling on sperm donor identities By: The Canadian Press Date: Tuesday Feb. 14, 2012 9:58 AM PT An appeal begins today in Vancouver as the province fights a lower court ruling that gives all children -- no matter how they were conceived -- the right to know the identity of biological parents.

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Advocate against sperm donor privacy back in court

Home : Canada : Advocate against sperm donor privacy back in court Advocate against sperm donor privacy back in court The Canadian Press Date: Tuesday Feb. 14, 2012 7:34 AM ET VANCOUVER — A woman who scored a major victory against laws to protect sperm donors' anonymity is heading back to court today to fight the government's appeal of the case. Olivia Pratten was born in 1982 through donated sperm and spent a decade trying to learn her biological father's identity

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Rise in sterilisations worries disability commissioner

Federal disability commissioner Graeme Innes says he is concerned about the increasing number of disabled women and girls who are being sterilised.

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Disability advocates recount sterilisations without consent

Disability advocates have recounted distressing tales of disabled women who learn they have been sterilised years after the fact. It comes as Federal Disability Commissioner Graeme Innes raised concerns about the increasing number of procedures being carried out without court approval. Stella Young, editor of the ABC's disability website , says she was almost sterilised as a young child.

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Obama Allies Seek to Reframe Birth-Control Debate for Voters

Enlarge image Obama Allies Seek to Reframe Birth-Control Debate for Voters President Barack Obama, with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius adjusting his health care rule requiring religious employers to provide women access to contraception from the White House on Feb.

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