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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Computed radiography systems, or CR systems, have become a common sight in many medical practices and doctor’s offices because they are a cost-effective, smaller-scale option for conducting X-rays on patients. However, with a piece of equipment this complex, there are bound to be a few questions before your office decides to buy a CR system. […]

Everyone has heard about holiday weight gain, and millions of people struggle to work it off or avoid it altogether by not indulging in the many feasts of the holiday season. It’s hard to say no to homemade cookies and pies, holiday dinners with friends and family, and parties with colleagues and coworkers, but are […]

There’s no doubt that “getting your vitamins” is key to living a healthier life. However, recent studies supported by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) reached the disturbing conclusion that taking a daily multivitamin doesn’t seem to make a difference in preventing death by disease. More specifically, this new data shows vitamins make little […]

According to a recent study by IMV Medical Information Division, radiology departments in U.S. hospitals performed nearly 183 million X-ray procedures in 2010 – up 30 percent from an estimated 140 million X-ray procedures in 2005 – and the number of X-ray examinations is expected to continue growing rapidly in the future. Fortunately, advanced technology […]