Jan 08
5 Tips for Sticking to a Weight Loss Plan in 2020

Around this time of year, searches for diet tips online spike, and gyms often fill up with people trying to get into new workout routines. The majority of Americans are either overweight or obese, so these are steps well worth taking. However, how can you ensure that you hold onto your weight loss plan, rather than stopping progress shortly after you begin?

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Dec 20
At-Home Treatments For The Flu

Heading into the 2020 flu season, it’s essential to be prepared for what lies ahead. Statistically speaking, between 5% and 20% of people in the U.S get the flu each year, with around 200,000 hospitalizations stemming from the disease. Learn more about how to prevent the flu in 2020.

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Dec 03
Advancements In Cancer Prevention And Detection

The most recent information we have regarding cancer cases estimates that there will be 1.8 million new cases and over 600,000 deaths this year.

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Nov 11
Newest Sleep Apnea Treatment

What is Sleep Apnea and How to Treat It? Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. Sleep apnea affects millions of Americans each year, making it difficult for them to sleep…Read More

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Oct 15
Mammogram

Pink is in the air!  That means that it’s October which is National Breast Cancer  Awareness Month!!  We interviewed Dr Vicki Seidmeyer to learn more about how women can take care of themselves as well as their mothers, daughters and…Read More

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Sep 18
Cholesterol

Author: Dr. Kavitha Moolamalla M.D Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? Approximately 630,000 Americans die each year due to heart disease. Coronary heart disease is the most common occurrence, which…Read More

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Jul 11
Sunburns and Taking Care of Your Skin

It’s that time of year again when sun exposure is at its highest – it’s not just officially summer, it’s mid-summer and by now you may have already experienced a sunburn. We interviewed Dr. Charles Powell, Founder and Executive Vice…Read More

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May 10
How Can You Tell if You Have Asthma?

In the U.S. an estimated 26 million people have asthma, a chronic condition that causes inflammation in the airways. The effects of asthma range from annoying to potentially dangerous, so it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor if…Read More

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Apr 25
What Causes Seasonal Allergies?

Springtime buds and blooms are a welcome sight, but when they bring on seasonal allergies they’re a little harder to love. What is it about certain times of year that make our noses run, eyes itch, and heads pound? Small…Read More

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Apr 18
The Difference Between ADHD and Autism

At first glance autism and ADHD share many traits: impulse control challenges, trouble with emotional regulation, difficulty reading social cues, and struggles with executive function are just a few. Some researchers are searching for connections between the two, looking at…Read More

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