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Minor Emergencies that Don’t Require the Emergency Room

Sep 24, 20189 Views

Sickness and injury are inherently frightening, especially when they strike unexpectedly. It’s not always easy to know when you should head to the nearest emergency room, especially when problems develop suddenly. While there are times when you need to head directly to the nearest ER or even call an ambulance, there are also times when […]

The Best Asthma Inhalers

Sep 14, 201812 Views

If you suffer from asthma, searching for the right inhaler can feel like an arduous—albeit an important—task. An asthma inhaler delivers medication to your lungs and can help control symptoms of asthma during an attack or to prevent one from occurring. Asthma inhalers are certainly not a one-size-fits-all medication, and each person will have to […]

Putting Cardiovascular Disease in Reverse

Aug 13, 20188 Views

Cardiovascular disease is becoming more common with unhealthy diets and an increasingly sedentary lifestyle. It’s important to know how to treat this disease so you are able to improve your health, effectively managing it. The better it is managed, the fewer symptoms you will see. You may even be able to prevent more extensive medical […]

3 Steps to Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Jul 23, 20188 Views

Type 2 diabetes can be prevented through a proper diet, exercise, and cutting out certain activities that create risk factors. If you are already at risk for diabetes due to a family history, or even your current health problems, taking proactive steps to prevent it is crucial. By taking care of yourself, you can minimize […]

4 Easy Steps to Help Control Your Diabetes

Jul 16, 20187 Views

Managing diabetes may seem like an overwhelming task if you have recently been diagnosed or if you haven’t been able to get it under control. Diabetes affects your health, but you don’t have to let it control your life. With these 4 easy steps to help control your diabetes, you can quickly get back to […]

Suggested Blood Tests for 50+ Well Woman Exam

Jun 22, 20188 Views

One of the most important choices for a woman over 50 is to take advantage of the Well Woman Exam. This series of tests can assess your risks for both gynecological and breast issues. The Well Woman exam targets issues and diseases associated with the reproductive organs and other concerns for women. These issues can […]

When Should One Receive an Osteoporosis Screening?

Jun 13, 201810 Views

Osteoporosis screening is used in certain segments of the population to help treat bone loss before it results in a fracture that can be hard to heal from and can cause subsequent fractures. If you fit into any of the categories below, it may be time to ask your doctor about a DEXA scan. What […]

How Often Should One Get a Hearing Screening?

May 22, 20185 Views

The average person takes most of their five senses for granted until one is lost or compromised in some way.  Hearing is one of those senses we depend on daily but don’t think about often, unless there is a problem. When was the last time you thought about having a hearing screening? It’s not unusual […]

The Top Asthma Treatments

May 15, 20188 Views

An asthma attack can feel something like breathing out of a cocktail straw or trying to breathe with an elephant sitting on your chest. It is important to know what triggers your attacks, and it is even more important to know how to prevent attacks by getting your asthma under control. There are a variety […]

Coping with COPD

Apr 16, 20189 Views

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD,can be a difficult condition to live with, impacting your quality of life. The impact on the respiratory function can feel uncomfortable.Even worse, COPD may limit the activities you can enjoy. However, there are options available to help you learn to cope with this disease and give you a higher […]

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