September Observer Contents
Dialysis might not be the right call for the very old
Weight training lightens physical, psychological loads
Study shows that resistance training during dialysis can counteract muscle wasting better than aerobic exercise
Mental Health Care
Tearing down walls between mind, body health
Pending bills seek to end inequity of insurance coverage for mental, physical illnesses
This Issue: Antibiotic drug resistance
Genetic discoveries are in the news and on their way
Readers express views on drug ads, stem cells and Alzheimer's
No-frills space gives docs luxury of time
Reimbursement relies on timely processing by others
E&M billing by the hour
FDA review: Anemia drugs, aprotinin on panel's agenda
Breast density stirs debate over screening standards
Specialists mull incretin-based therapies for diabetics
Web extra: Hypothyroid treatments may help, but without resolving symptoms
Web extra: Benefits of statins may outweigh the risks for many patients
Changes in ambulatory medical care—1995 to 2005
Evidence-based recommendations about care
ACP develops guiding principles for customized MOC
SCHIP debate gives preview to '08 presidential campaign.
Regents vote to require flu shots for health workers
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