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When You Burn Off That Fat, Where Does It Go?

wnyc.org — Lose weight and those pounds shuffle off, unmourned. Good riddance. Please don't come back soon. But where does weight go when we lose it? We talk about burning off fat, and it does burn in a way, going through a complex biochemical process.

What Happens After You Get That Mammogram

wnyc.org — Women and their doctors have a hard time figuring out the pluses and minuses of screening mammograms for breast cancer. It doesn't help that there's been fierce dissent over the benefits of screening mammography for women under 50 and for older women.

Is Your State Ready For The Next Infectious Outbreak? Probably Not

wnyc.org — Ebola may have slid off the nation's worry list, but that doesn't mean the United States is ready to handle an outbreak of Ebola or another infectious disease, an analysis says. That includes naturally occurring outbreaks like dengue fever, tuberculosis and measles, as well as the use of bioterrorism agents like anthrax.

How well is California prepared for an infectious outbreak?

scpr.org — Ebola may have slid off the nation's worry list, but that doesn't mean the United States is ready to handle an outbreak of Ebola or other infectious disease, an analysis says. That includes naturally occurring outbreaks like dengue fever, tuberculosis and measles, as well as the use of bioterror agents like anthrax.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

kuow.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

kcur.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

wvpublic.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

wlrn.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

wabe.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer

npr.org — Radiation treatment for breast cancer could take less time and cost less for many women, but doctors aren't putting that knowledge into practice, a study finds. And one reason is that the doctors in charge of radiation treatment will make less money, according to Dr. Ezekiel Emanue l, a study author and a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Dec 17, 2014

@marysdesk Thanks Mary! Looking forward to our upcoming adventures with that emperor.

Dec 17, 2014

RT @MiriamETucker: What's in a name? NIH center's new title replaces "alternative medicine" with "integrative health" 1.usa.gov/1xrzv9H

Dec 17, 2014

RT @morningmoneyben: Is it possible I could hack the @Redskins to prevent the release of the 2015 season?

Dec 17, 2014

RT @NRDCFood: Looking forward to this series from @NPRFood! "The 12 Days Of Quirky #Christmas Foods Around The Globe": n.pr/1yYi4J2

Dec 17, 2014

@KHCourage You're right. One-third for Oz, higher for a second show they looked at.

Dec 17, 2014

Time to start practicing quanto questa? RT @acarvin: Obama: Americans will now be able to use debit and credit cards in Cuba. (!!!!)

Dec 17, 2014

@tvjrennie Love it! Feeling much airier already. Now I just have to melt, thaw and resolve myself into a dew.

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