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Mar • 12 • 2019

Coming Back from an Exercise Injury or a Long Break From Working Out

Summer is here. Maybe you took an exercise hiatus during the winter and are thinking about getting back into your routine soon. Or maybe you haven’t exercised in a year or two because your initial...

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Mar • 12 • 2019

Preparing to Exercise Outside in All Kinds of Weather

You love your exercise routine. You feel physically, mentally, and emotionally better when you make time every week, or even every day, to exercise. One of the things that can throw a monkey wrench...

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Mar • 12 • 2019

Finding Creative Ways to Fit Running into Your Busy Schedule

We get it! Thanks to your full-time job, your family commitments, and carving out time to spend with your friends, your schedule is packed. It’s all you can do to get a decent night’s sleep!  

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Feb • 22 • 2019

Myths and Truths About Wine and Chocolate

Have you ever heard the saying, “A glass of wine and a piece of dark chocolate a day keeps the doctor away?”

Probably not. Yet, every day, patients see articles about a new study proclaiming the...

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Jan • 20 • 2019

How Does Hypertension Harm Your Health?

Hypertension, or enduring high blood pressure, is a condition that can quietly cause damage across the body. That’s why it’s crucial to have your blood pressure checked regularly: to catch high blood...

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Jan • 13 • 2019

7 Common Myths About Hypertension

When your blood pressure stays high for too long, you have hypertension. It can be the result of excess salt, smoking, drinking, obesity, or a combination of factors. Or, as unfair as it is, you...

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Jan • 1 • 2019

How Does an MRI Work?

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the best way for doctors to see inside your body without doing so invasively. It uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of your organs,...

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Dec • 30 • 2018

The Three Trimesters of Pregnancy

Whether you are expecting for the first time or you have already been down that road before, you might want a roadmap for the journey. It’s one of the most joyous times in your life, and pregnancy...

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Sep • 29 • 2018

Understanding Pinkeye: Common Questions From Parents

Pinkeye can be highly contagious. If your child or someone in your family has pinkeye, consult a family doctor or ophthalmologist. It’s important to determine exactly what’s going on, and what steps...

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Sep • 27 • 2018

Primary Care Physicians are Specialists, Too

When you have a specific disease or condition, specialists provide hyper-focused care in areas such as endocrinology, cardiovascular surgery or gastroenterology.

However, primary care physicians are...

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Sep • 24 • 2018

When Should I Get a Second Opinion?

Questioning the diagnosis of your doctor can be an uncomfortable situation. Many people fear they will hurt their doctors feelings or that they may receive worse care because they will be seen as...

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Jul • 20 • 2018

Why You Should Not Ignore Spider Veins

One-third of the U.S. population has varicose veins of some kind, including spider veins - thin, wispy veins that are usually most visible across the legs and feet. And if your parents have them, you...

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