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Prevent Nearsightedness Complications With Early Treatment

November 10, 2022 · 7:00 AM Should have spent more time outdoors Myopia, aka nearsightedness, is extremely common and can start in childhood or young adults. Over time it can lead to early-onset cataracts, retinal detachment, and glaucoma. MedPageToday has an eye-opening article on treatments that can prevent myopia progression and complications. For example: Common

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Ultra-Processed Foods May Impair Cognition in Elderly

Processed or ultra-processed? An article earlier this year in the European Journal of Nutrition reported that high consumption of ultra-processed foods is linked to worse-than-average performance on one particular test of cognitive function in older US adults (60+ years-old) who did not have chronic diseases such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease. The particular test was

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Two Hospitals Fined for Violation of Medicare’s Price Transparency Law

September 15, 2022 · 7:00 AM Not the offending hospital I’ve long been an advocate for price transparency in healthcare. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (aka CMS) has recently taken action that requires hospitals to post their prices online, which should boost competition and help you shop around to save money. If memory

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Preps: Ava Lane wins Basalt XC invite, other area prep sports are also off and running

Basalt High School senior Ava Lane competes in the cross country team’s home race on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022, at Crown Mountain Park in El Jebel. Lane went on to win the race.Courtesy of Diana Lane The Basalt High School cross country team got its season underway on Saturday with its home meet, the Longhorn

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