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Ergonomic Risk Factors in Workplace: Traditional Risk Factors by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Addressing traditional and environmental risk factors can keep workers injury free.Rehab providers... employers are becoming more aware of the causative relationship between modifiable risk factors...
Relative Risk Reduction vs Absolute Risk Reduction by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven /new studies reporting tremendous relative risk reductions in disease-oriented evidence (rather than absolute risk reductions in patient-oriented outcomes that matter). Case in point:  a re-analysis...
Relative Risk Reduction vs Absolute Risk Reduction Part 2 by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven , I noted a study suggesting an increase risk of thromboembolism (blood clots) in those women who used oral... is associated w/threefold increase in risk of blood clots based upon observational data and will change labeling...
Relative Risk Reduction vs Absolute Risk Reduction Part 3 by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Remember last month's review of absolute vs relative risk ?  We looked at how the use of drospirenone doubled to tripled the relative risk of blood clots compared to women not taking any contraception...
Trade lower stroke risk for higher risk of having a heart attack? Oh boy…what a choice. by David D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven off your risks between a heart attack or stroke when selecting a medication? Perhaps ask your doctor... Vitamin E Cod liver oil and other fish oils For more on nutrition and stroke risk reduction...
FDA Approves New First In A New Class of Drugs, Zontivity From Merck To Reduce Risk of Heart Attacks And Strokes for High Risk P by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven .  By reducing blood clots this lowers the risk of a heart attack or stroke.  It carries a boxed warning... disease this will lower the risk of a heart attack and stroke.  BD  The U.S. Food and Drug...
FDA Correctly Identified Risks With Risk From Statins States Orthopedic Surgeon–Recognizing Side Effects & Muscle Pain by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven they will get from developing diabetes while taking Crestor. All Americans will now take an aspirin to reduce the risk... will now take prilosec to reduce the risk of developing an ulcer from the aspirin they were taking to reduce the risk...
Risk of Hastening Death vs. Risk of Prolonging Dying by Thaddeus Pope Doctor of Philosophy key way in which to frame the issue is in terms of weighing (a) the risks of inappropriate prolongation of dying against the risks of (b) inappropriate hastening death.   Risks of Inappropriate...
Cavalcade of Risk #137: Risk Grabs the Headlines by Jason S. Patient Expert .  There are  riots in London  and famine in Somalia . Risk is one of the few constants in our lives.  With risk-related topics grabbing the headlines, there is no better time to delve into the best risk-related blog...
The Risk of (Improper) Risk Adjustment: Why The Doctor May See You Now by JaanS Medical Doctor reimbursement strategies that share risk with health care providers, risk adjustment is emerging... health risks of a specific population could mean the difference between earning savings...

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