Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease: New Technique Gives Researchers Important Insights

For decades, Alzheimer’s researchers have faced a major challenge in treating early stages of the disease. They could only study the brain after a patient died and the disease spread throughout the brain. But a relatively new imaging technique has given scientists a window into the development...
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The Silent Stalker that Could End More than Your Career

The lifetime risk of developing coronary heart disease after age 40 is 49 percent for men and 32 percent for women. Almost 800,000 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each year making it the leading cause of death among men and women, and over 50 percent of those who suffered from a sudden...
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Patient Taps MDVIP Healthy Living Plan to Shed Weight, Lower Cholesterol, Improve Life

When John Bach walked into Dr. Michael Monaco’s office, the doctor was very impressed with the man he saw. Mr. Bach, who’d always struggled with his weight, had lost more than 40 pounds. His body mass index – or BMI – improved, taking him from a 42-inch to a 34-inch waist. His...
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Study of 95,000 MDVIP Patients Confirms Better Screening Tool to Identify Cardiovascular Risk

The impressive findings of a peer-reviewed collaboration between MDVIP and Cleveland HeartLab were as striking as the study process itself utilizing one of the largest patient screening data sets of its kind. Based on results from laboratory panels of more than 95,000 MDVIP patients, researchers...
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