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An Educated Investment: Estate Planning Benefits of a 529 Plan

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business, Legal

With education costs climbing every year, it’s hard to imagine a better gift for a young student than a solid education fund.

Recognizing the Signs of an Eating Disorder

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today

An estimated 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from eating disorders at some time in their lives, according to the National Eating Disorders Association.

Case Report: The Untriggered Alert

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business, Legal

A pulmonologist misses an abnormal CT report in the EHR, which contributes to a deadly delay in the diagnosis of lung cancer.

Facilitating Communication Between Patients and Their Foreign-Born Doctors

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, People

Although international medical graduates must be competent in English in order to be licensed to care for patients, a heavy accent can still pose a problem, especially in regions with

News & Notes

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News, People

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Hometown Advantage: Fourth generation SD physician knew early that he’d “come back home”

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, People

Like many physicians, orthopedic sports medicine specialist Peter Looby, MD, the son, grandson, and great-grandson of South Dakota doctors, travelled far from home for his training.

Reducing Anesthesia-Related Dental Risk

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Legal

General anesthesia demands a patient’s airway be protected, and may require a patient to be intubated.

Sanford Creates Board to Guide International Work

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News, People

Sanford Health has selected nine members to lead its newly created Sanford International Board which provides guidance, direction, oversight & promotion of the health system’s global efforts.

Clinical Spotlight: New Trial to Test Stem Cells for Rotator Cuff Repair

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News

Last month, Sanford opened a first-of-its kind FDA-approved clinical trial to treat rotator cuff tears with a patient’s own adipose-derived stem cells.

Routine Blood Pressure Measurement for Children: Is it Necessary?

By MED Magazine, Dec 28, 2016, Categories: In Print, Wellness, Today

The incidence of pediatric hypertension is on the rise.


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