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Man Vs. The Super Bugs Hospitals Battling The Rise Of Lethal Microbes Resistant To Antibiotics

Hospitals across the country are beginning to restrict the use of their most potent antibiotics and isolate their sickest patients to try to stop the evolution of “super bugs” - …

Cholesterol Drug Can Save Heart Patients

The anti-cholesterol drug Zocor can prolong the lives of heart disease patients, the government said Wednesday, the first time it has declared such an effect for cholesterol medicine. Doctors urged …

Method In Spokane Depends On Hospital Many Local Doctors Prefer Angioplasty, But Not All Facilities Set Up For It

How patients are treated for heart attacks in Spokane may depend on where they’re treated. Only Sacred Heart and Deaconess medical centers are equipped for primary angioplasties, and doctors there …

Angioplasty Or Drugs? Cardiologists Debate Merits Of Methods To Treat Heart Attacks

Drugs or balloons? A rancorous debate over how to treat heart attacks, already a plot twist in the hospital drama “ER,” is sharply dividing one of the world’s largest gatherings …

Doctors React To Bad News About Drugs Study On Hypertension Drugs Surprises Cardiologists

A TV news report stopped Spokane heart doctor Donald Canaday in his tracks as he exercised at home last Friday. A new study had linked a hypertension drug - one …

Pain Victims Make Case Before Board Patients Hope To Ease Fears About Prescribing Narcotics

A half dozen chronic pain sufferers pleaded with the Idaho State Board of Medicine late Wednesday to ease apprehension among doctors who prescribe narcotics. Jan Lambert, a Moscow resident, said …