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May • 18 • 2022

What to Know About Becoming a Patient Care Tech (CNA)

Are you a high school graduate seeking a job that doesn't involve stacking boxes in a warehouse or serving fast food through a window? Have you ever wondered about a career in healthcare? If so,...

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May • 13 • 2022

Wound Care Matters: Get The Care You Need To Heal

Across the United States, there are nearly 7 million people who live with either a chronic wound or one that stubbornly won’t heal. These wounds need proper care, and the longer they go without, the...

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May • 12 • 2022

Types and Signs of Vein Disease

Vein disease is a common occurrence. It is relatively easy to treat and, when managed with careful treatment, it is usually not a life-threatening condition.

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May • 2 • 2022

Tips to Maintain Your Child's Healthy Weight

The alarms are sounding – and not the ones heard on your child’s video game. Childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30 years, according to the Center for Disease Control.

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May • 2 • 2022

Preventing 5 Common Childhood Health Issues

As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This is certainly true with many common childhood illnesses. Things as simple as handwashing and drinking fluids can go a long...

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Apr • 11 • 2022

What You Need to Know About a Heart Scan

Though we see great advances in prevention and treatment, heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in the United States. One person dies every 36 seconds within our country's...

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Mar • 13 • 2022

The Importance of Getting a Colonoscopy Starting at 45

Men and women over the age of 45 are at the highest risk of developing colorectal cancer, which is cancer that begins in the colon or rectum. Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer...

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Mar • 8 • 2022

This We Know About Walking and Your Health

Getting back to a normal life post-COVID requires getting vaccinated and still taking precautions if you have health risks. Going for a long walk (or a brisk jog if your joints can take it) also can...

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Mar • 6 • 2022

What You Need to Know About Sepsis

Sepsis is the leading cause of death following an infection, but with early detection and proper treatment, deadly consequences can be diminished.

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Feb • 24 • 2022

How to Return to Your Workout After Covid

Covid-19 has taken so much from us. If you were among the unfortunate to contract it,  recovery can be a challenge. And if you are an athlete or active person who caught it, you should be patient and...

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Feb • 15 • 2022

The Difference Between an Internal Medicine and a Family Care Provider

When it comes to Internal Medicine and Family Care providers, the titles can be a little confusing. When you are not feeling well, you may not know which to call.

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Feb • 9 • 2022

Why Do I Have Urinary Incontinence and What Can I Do About It?

Whether it’s a minor inconvenience or a larger problem, urinary incontinence has many different causes and can present many different symptoms. But there’s one aspect that’s truly universal: Most...

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