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Other Recent Publications of Interest

Peripheral arterial disease, gender, and depression in the Heart and Soul Study . SM Grenon et al. Journal of Vascular Surgery, March 22, 2014.

Multitarget stool DNA testing for colorectal cancer screening . TF Imperiale, et al. New England Journal of Medicine, March 19, 2014.

Predictors of rehospitalization after admission for pneumonia in the Veterans Affairs healthcare system . VL Tang et al. Journal of Hospital Medicine, March 19, 2014

Costs associated with multimorbidity among VA patients . J Yoon et al. Medical Care, March 2014

The new blood pressure goals in recent guidelines. WC Cushman, Cardiometabolic Disease , Jan. 6, 2014

Depression and Parkinson's disease: Current knowledge . L Marsh. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, December 2013.

Explaining racial disparities in anticoagulation control: Results from a study of patients at the Veterans Administration (Department of Veterans Affairs). SR Rao et al. American Journal of Medical Quality, March 18, 2014 (epub ahead of print.)

Improving care of chronic conditions for women veterans: Identifying opportunities for comparative effectiveness research . MP Bielawski et al. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, March 2014.

Bending the curve on cardiovascular risk . SD Fihn. JAMA Internal Medicine, January 2014.

"Misfearing"—culture, identity, and our perceptions of health risks . L Rosenbaum. New England Journal of Medicine, Feb. 13, 2014

Association of high-volume hospitals with greater likelihood of discharge to home following colorectal surgery . CJ Balentine et al, JAMA Surgery, March 1, 2014

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