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We are Grateful. Happy Thanksgiving!

From all of us at MESN, we can truly say that this year, more than ever, we are grateful for our relationship with you. We appreciate your business, loyalty and collaboration during this unprecedented year and every year.  We wish you and your family a safe, healthy and Happy...
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Diabetes

In the United States, over 100 million adults are living with diabetes and pre-diabetes. According to the latest CDC report, approximately 10.5% of the population had diabetes, and 34.5% had pre-diabetes. Diabetes puts people at risk of stroke, heart disease, kidney failure, and...
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Men’s Health

November is Men’s Health Awareness Month. The average life expectancy for men in the United States is almost 5 years less than women. The average man pays less attention to his health than the average woman and is less likely to see a doctor for regular checkups. In addition to...
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Insomnia

Google searches for ‘insomnia‘ hit a record high, and more than 1 in 5 people say COVID-19 concerns keep them up at night. A third of U.S. adults report that they usually get less than the recommended amount of sleep. Not getting enough sleep is linked with many...
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Fatty Liver

Fatty Liver is the most common chronic liver condition in the United States, affecting up to 25% of Americans. Most cases of fatty liver are found in people between ages 40 and 60. Fatty liver can become harmful to the liver if its underlying cause isn’t recognized and treated....
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Women’s Health Issues.

The Week’s Trending Medical Education Topics include Women’s Health Issues.   Women’s health and disease experiences differ from men due to various unique biological, social, and behavioral conditions. Women have been disadvantaged for many years in numerous...
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Short Course Antibiotic Therapy

This Week’s Medical Education Trending Topic: Short Course Antibiotic Therapy Most physicians do not understand or are not aware of the evidence behind the standard duration of antibiotic courses they prescribe. Yet, antibiotics are among the most widely prescribed...
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Breast Cancer

About 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer throughout her lifetime. In 2020, an estimated 276,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosis are expected in women in the U.S., along with 48,530 new non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer cases. For...
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Twindemic: COVID-19 and Influenza

COVID‐19 and Influenza: Considerations for the coming “Twindemic” Even a mild flu season could stagger hospitals already coping with COVID-19 cases. And though officials don’t know yet what degree of severity to anticipate this year, there are serious concerns that large numbers...
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Sepsis

More than 1.5 million people in the United States get sepsis each year, and sepsis is a leading cause of critical illness and hospital mortality. One in three patients who die in the hospital has sepsis. While anyone can develop sepsis, it is most common and most dangerous in...
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