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prostatecancernewstoday.com — An analysis from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) has found that taller men or those with more fat are more likely to develop aggressive forms of prostate cancer and to die from the disease. The EPIC study is one of the largest cohort studies in the world, with more than 521,000 participants from 10 European countries who were followed for almost 15 years.
newsobserver.com — As Congress grapples with potential changes to the Affordable Care Act, seniors should be saving more in preparation for higher health care costs, financial experts recommend, but they should also be cautious about tax-advantaged savings accounts that get a big boost in the legislation.
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medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com — Ten months after starting a search to replace a retiring colleague, internist Robert Olson, MD, has conducted just three interviews to fill the position, a far lower number than he expected. Olson, an internist and president of Associated Physicians in Madison, Wisconsin, is turning to social media as one way to broaden his practice’s reach with candidates. Social media is becoming more common in physician recruiting, particularly among large practices, experts say.