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September 17, 2014

> Yoga May Help People with Bipolar Disorder, Reports Journal of Psychiatric Practice

Patients with Bipolar Disorder Get Emotional, Cognitive and Physical Benefits from Yoga Practice

September 15, 2014

> Nurses Need Education on Advance Health Care Directives, Reports Journal of Christian Nursing

Hospital Shares Effective Training Program on Advance Directives and End-of-Life Care

September 15, 2014

> This Is Your Brain on Snacks: Brain Stimulation Affects Craving and Consumption

Executive Function Plays Role in Cravings for High-Calorie Foods, Reports Psychosomatic Medicine

September 15, 2014

> For Racially Diverse Patients with Disabilities, Increased Barriers to Health Care

Special Issue of Medical Care Highlights Health Disparities at the Intersection of Disability, Race and Ethnicity

September 10, 2014

> Wolters Kluwer Health Survey Finds Nurses and Healthcare Institutions Accepting Professional Use of Online Reference & Mobile Technology

Survey Says: 65% of Nurses Use Mobile Devices Professionally at Work; 95% of Healthcare Institutions Allow Nurses to Access Websites for Clinical Health Information

September 10, 2014

> Wolters Kluwer Health and Visible Body Partner to Offer 3D Anatomy Educational Solutions

Fully Integrated Online - Mobile 3D Anatomy Education Solution on Ovid

September 10, 2014

> Craniofacial Surgery in IndiaProgress Made, but Challenges Remain

Major Efforts Needed to Provide Access to Surgery for Skull and Facial Deformities, Says Special Feature in Journal of Craniofacial Surgery

September 09, 2014

> Poverty, Not Bias, Explains Racial/Ethnic Differences in Child Abuse

States with More Minority Children Living in Poverty Show Greater Differences in Abuse and Neglect, Reports Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

September 03, 2014

> Wolters Kluwer Health Announces Endorsement of NCLEX Preparation Product by Canadian Nursing Students Association

Lippincott PassPoint is Sole NCLEX-RN Prep Product to Receive Group's Approval

September 02, 2014

> Wolters Kluwer Health Introduces UpToDate Anywhere in Latin America

Unimed Vale do Caí Deploying Mobile-Enabled Clinical Decision Support