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Is It Possible to Reverse Heart Disease?

When people get the flu, they go to their doctor for tools to help them heal and get rid of the illness — but can a similar process reverse chronic conditions like heart disease? Many wonder whether there are steps you can take to get rid of this condition, or if the only option is to manage the...

Cardiovascular Care
Diet & Fitness
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Women vs. Men: Surprising Differences in Heart Health

You probably already know your diet and activity level can influence your heart health, but did you know your gender plays a role as well? While cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in America, both sexes experience this in vastly different ways. These disparities...

Women's Health
Cardiovascular Care
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This Revolutionary Approach Regrows Bone to Prevent Amputation

Historically, patients with fractures that failed to heal or healed incorrectly in their extremities have had few treatment options available to them. The same goes for patients with bone defects or patients who required bone resection due to significant infection; their course of treatment often...

Bone & Joint Health
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
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Is Inflammation the Source of Your Stomach Pain?

If you’ve ever experienced a paper cut, you might have noticed that the surrounding skin turned warm and red. This is a natural response from your immune system, which sends a rush of blood to the area to deliver healing white blood cells. The same thing occurs when a sprained ankle swells or strep...

Digestive Health
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4 Methods to Manage Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative condition that prevents the body from creating adequate amounts of a neurotransmitter called dopamine. Symptoms like tremors and limb rigidity can appear gradually over many years. There currently isn’t a cure for this condition, but innovations in...

Neurology
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How This Technology Is Improving the Accuracy of Breast Cancer Surgery

If you’re a woman over 40, chances are your doctor has probably advised you to begin getting annual mammograms. As these screenings have become the norm, doctors are now more likely to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. However, these tumors tend to be smaller, and surgeons have a more...

Oncology
Breast Cancer
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Is Thyroid Disease Behind Your Mood Swings?

According to the American Thyroid Association, approximately 20 million Americans have a thyroid condition, and about 60% of this group don’t even know they have one. Thyroid disorders can affect how hot or cold you feel and cause your weight to fluctuate, but they can also alter your mood. In fact...

Thyroid
General Health & Wellness
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3 Reasons You Should Exercise in the Winter Chill

As the temperature drops and the wind picks up, it can be tempting to take your run to the treadmill or even just curl up at home under a warm blanket. Don’t let the chilly air give you cold feet when it comes to your routine, though — exercising in the cold has some great benefits! Here are just a...

Diet & Fitness
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
General Health & Wellness
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3 Weight Loss Tricks Backed by Science

When it comes to losing weight, everyone knows the age-old advice of eating more fruits and veggies, skipping processed foods, and exercising more frequently. But did you know that drinking caffeine or eating pickled foods can help you drop the pounds, too? Here are some unexpected ways to get your...

Weight Loss
Diet & Fitness
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How to Make Your New Year's Resolution a Reality

As the new year rolls around, you’ve probably considered a resolution or two to make positive changes in the coming months. Unfortunately, many people abandon these goals within the first few weeks. If this sounds familiar, try out our favorite tips to make it stick, and you’ll feel like a whole...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness