Oct 21
How To Do a Self Breast Exam

How To Do a Self Breast Exam Breast cancer can be highly treatable and has a high survival rate when caught in its early stages. Knowing how to perform a breast cancer self-exam can help you identify lumps and determine…Read More

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Oct 14
What is in the flu shot?

What Is in the Flu Shot? Flu season is here, and many people are wondering what is actually in the flu shot and if the flu shot is safe. Magdalena Chavez, PA-C, a physician assistant with Healthcare Associates of Texas…Read More

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Sep 24
Are sinus infections contagious?

Are Sinus Infections Contagious? Sinus infections affect tens of millions of people every year in the United States, according to the CDC. And no matter your age, you’re susceptible to developing one. The widespread nature of these infections and the…Read More

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Sep 03
7 Signs You May Have a Sinus Infection

7 Signs That Indicate You Have a Sinus Infection A sinus infection occurs when the tissues lining your sinuses become inflamed, swollen, and infected. Also known as sinusitis, a sinus infection shares many of the same symptoms as the common…Read More

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Aug 26
How to Prevent a Stroke

How To Prevent a Stroke Having a stroke is preventable. Yet, someone in the U.S. dies from a stroke every four minutes, according to the CDC. Up to 80% of strokes can be prevented by making healthy lifestyle changes and…Read More

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Aug 05
Why am I not hungry?

Why Am I Not Hungry? Experiencing a loss of appetite from time to time is normal as it may occur when you’re feeling stressed, anxious, or ill. However, undergoing a complete loss of appetite for an extended period may indicate…Read More

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Jul 29
How to treat an overactive bladder

How to Treat an Overactive Bladder An overactive bladder can be challenging to live with if it disrupts your daily activities and sleep and compromises your well-being. Fortunately, there are many different treatment options for an overactive bladder that can…Read More

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Jul 23
What to Know About Osteoporosis

What To Know About Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a common type of bone disease that increases the risk of fractures. This bone condition can affect anyone, though men and women aged 50 years and older tend to be at the highest…Read More

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Jul 06
Why are my eyes so dry?

Why Are My Eyes So Dry? Dry eye disease is a common condition that can cause eye pain and gradually progress to impaired vision when not treated. Taking steps to prevent and treat dry eyes can help you maintain healthy…Read More

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Jun 03
Preventing Serious Falls

Preventing Serious Falls In Older Adults Adults aged 65 years and older are often at higher risk for falling and injuries from falls due to factors such as vision problems and the use of medications that affect balance. Falls cause…Read More

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