Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Leo Robert

Leo Robert has written hundreds of articles for health care, education, and business publications, including, The New York Times, and Business Week. In recent years, he served as editor of, editor and editorial director for The Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine, and editor of BioMechanics. Previously, he was founding editor and editorial director for Eyecare Business. Leo also authored the classroom book “Living in the Grasslands: A Cultural Geography” and a yet-unpublished murder mystery novel, “Dead in the Nick of Time.”




Cervical cancer incidence and mortality have declined markedly in the United States with widespread implementation of cytology-based screening programs, but many women...
Although urinary incontinence adversely affects most women’s health, quality of life, and function at some point in their lives, the problem has...
Gout is a controllable disease, and simple, safe treatments are available. But chronic gout remains poorly managed. So Australian authors analyzed the...
Migraine is independently associated with poorer health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in the pain dimension and more severe pain symptoms in patients...
Investigators have conducted an evidence-based project to implement the Asthma Control Test (ACT) -- a screening tool recommended by the National Heart,...
Because sleep deprivation boosts the risk of chronic diseases, increases mortality, and reduces quality of life and work productivity, investigators conducted a...

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