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The Selection Process

In selecting physicians for Super Doctors, MSP Communications employs a rigorous multi-step process designed to identify physicians who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Super Doctors is a selective yet diverse listing of outstanding doctors, representing consumer-oriented medical specialties.

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Navigating the Healthcare System

Switching Neighborhoods May Improve Health

Women encouraged to move with their families from a poor neighborhood to a more affluent one had lower rates of extreme obesity and diabetes 10 to 15 years later, a new study found.

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Study Links Father’s Age and Risk of Blood Cancer as an Adult

The proportion of parents who delay having children until age 35 or older continues to increase, but the long-term health consequences for these children are still emerging.

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Odds of quitting smoking affected by genetics

Genetics can help determine whether a person is likely to quit smoking on his or her own or need medication to improve the chances of success, according to research published in today's American Journal of Psychiatry. Researchers say the study moves health care providers a step closer to one day providing more individualized treatment plans to help patients quit smoking.

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Some Home Blood Pressure Monitors Aren’t Accurate

More and more experts now recommend that people with high blood pressure regularly check their blood pressure at home.

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What is Super Doctors?
Super Doctors Magazine

Super Doctors identifies top doctors as selected by their peers and the independent research of MSP Communications.

Super Doctors is published online and also in print as a special advertising section in leading newspapers and city and regional magazines.

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Distribution

Super Doctors appears in top city and regional publications around the U.S.: