Health Stocks: It Pays To Get Older – Industry List Examination –

Hallmark Channel Features Dr. David Amron and Patient to Discuss Lipedema – Yahoo Finance

Its revenue charts seem to replicate the aches and pains they’re accumulating as they age. As stocks look for direction, why not fall back on a tried and tested theme like health? Reflecting this, the Medical Outpatient – Health Maintenance Industry climbed +1 position this week to sit at a very high Zack’s Industry Rank of #7 out of 265 industries. This 16 company industry demonstrated 50 positive earnings estimate revisions compared to 7 negative revisions, with an average positive earnings per share (EPS) surprise of +37%. Seattle surgeon Mary Lee Peters MD had this to say — “Those born between 1946 and 1964 constitute 28% of the U.S. population. 76 million Boomers will hit 65 over the next two decades, at a rate of 10,000 a day.
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Dr. Kenkel and his team are not suggesting that all procedures be less than 3 hours. On the contrary, they recognize how common this is. This information can be used to properly counsel the patient on their anticipated risks involved with longer surgical procedures. Unlike other research analyzing operative time, this study focused on many conditions related to wound healing and recovery, not just major medical events.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kenkel and Colleagues Examine Link Between Operative Time and Surgical Risk

David Amron 14 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done LOS ANGELES, Aug.20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. David Amron, elite dermatologic surgeon and liposuction expert of Beverly Hills, CA, was featured on the Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family for his unique approach in treating lipedema, a fat storage condition impacting 17 million women nationwide. Lipedema is an often-misdiagnosed disease with no proven cure other than tumescent lymphatic sparing liposuction a procedure most surgeons refuse to perform. View photo . The segment, which focused on Dr. Amron’s uniquely developed approach in treating lipedema, also discussed the struggles of living with the disease in an interview with Jasna Tursic, one of Dr.
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