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Barker, Joe - - 2012
Miller, Miryam - - 2012
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are a popular source of outdoor activity in the United States, particularly in West Virginia. During the period of time from 1999 to 2007, deaths associated with ATVs in West Virginia increased by 28%. Helmet use among bicycle and motorcycle riders has been shown to decrease morbidity ...
Yousef, George - - 2012
Very little guidance exists to help clinicians and families decide whether mammograms are useful in elderly women with Alzheimer's Disease (AD). We present a case of a patient with moderate AD who had a positive mammogram and discuss the dilemma faced by the family and clinician in deciding what was ...
Chopra, Rajan - - 2012
Episodic Migraine and Chronic Daily Headache are common disorders affecting millions of Americans, with a significantly disproportionate affect on women. West Virginia, due to its high obesity rates and lower socioeconomic status, is likely more heavily affected by these conditions.
Bergenstal, John - - 2012
Objectives: The primary objective was evaluation of the injury pattern of children 14 years old or less involved in bicycle accidents and comparison of the differences between those wearing a helmet and not wearing a helmet. Methods: This was a retrospective cohort study of all pediatric patients involved in bicycle ...
Davisson, Laura - - 2012
Prevention has potential benefits, but the majority of people undergoing disease screening will receive no benefit and may actually be exposed to health risks. Public opinion is generally very favorable toward prevention. However, many recent guidelines recommend fewer preventive services in women than previously suggested. New recommendations are to wait ...
Clark, Karen - - 2012
The treatment of depression in primary care has become a pressing clinical topic in recent years. Research has detailed the chronic, common, and costly nature of the disease. In an effort to meet the proactive preventive challenge of physicians, this review integrates current research and suggestions for practice across the ...
Shuler, Franklin - - 2012
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and a secosteroid hormone that regulates many physiologic processes beyond calcium and bone homeostasis. These "extraskeletal" effects are impacted by the circulating levels of the storage form of vitamin D, 25-hydroxyvitamin D3. Levels of vitamin D can be detected after completing a simple 25(OH)D ...
Zaslau, Stanley - - 2012
Exercise and physical activity have been linked to the prevention of certain types of cancer such as colon and breast. As prostate cancer is the most common malignancy diagnosed in the male population, there is obvious interest in determining a possible effect of exercise on disease prevention and improvement of ...
John, Collin - - 2012
Background: Hyperlipidemia is a well known risk factor for coronary artery disease. Several studies have shown that the initial stages of atherosclerosis, one of the major manifestations of hyperlipidemia, may be present as early as age two. Despite this known risk, screening children for hyperlipidemia is sporadic at best. In ...
Whiteman, Charles - - 2012
Falls are the number one cause of injury-related morbidity and mortality in West Virginia senior citizens. Poor outcomes following falls are exacerbated by numerous comorbidities which are prevalent in the elderly population in West Virginia. This study describes the injury patterns, resource utilization and dispositions of WV seniors injured in ...
Pamfilis, Stanley - - 2012
Cater, MaryAnn - - 2012
Gaby, Alan - - 2012
Moss, Ralph - - 2012
Dobkins, Russell - - 2012
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Polacek, Timothy - - 2012
Chappell, L. - - 2012
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