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Return-to-Work Rate High After Knee Replacement, Study Finds
Getting back to work after
knee-replacement surgery is a big concern for people contemplating
the procedure. Now, a new study shows that most people return to
work after a total knee replacement -- even those with physically
Sports Gamblers Wrongly Bet on Their Sense of Control: Study
Many sports gamblers
consider their extensive betting experience and insight into
college basketball a slam-dunk for success during the three-week
U.S. championship dubbed "March Madness." But that sense of control
over their wagers is an illusion, according to a new study.
Ranting on Websites May Just Make You Angrier
It's so tempting. You read
something on a website about a hot-button issue that makes you mad
and you've got to respond. Before you know it, you're verbally
sparring with a stranger. But you may want to think twice before
jumping into the fray.
FDA Proposes Tighter Regulation of Public Defibrillators
To improve the quality of
lifesaving devices called automated external defibrillators, the
U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed Friday that the seven
manufacturers of these devices be required to get agency approval
for their products.