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Current Issue

March 2019
Cover Story

Spinal stenosis

Painful nerve compression

Spinal canal narrowing (stenosis) most commonly occurs later in life. This is often due to osteoarthritis in the spine, which may prompt the formation of bone spurs that protrude into the spinal canal.

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Fatty liver disease

Excessive alcohol consumption is the most common cause of fatty liver disease.
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Second Opinion

How long do I need to take beta blockers after a heart attack?

Your doctor will likely consider a number of factors in making that decision. Guidelines recommend beta blocker therapy for three years, but that may not be necessary.

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