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What Is Cardiac Rehab?

January 19th, 2023|

Surviving heart failure, heart surgery, angioplasty, or heart attack requires some serious lifestyle and health changes. Therefore, many people need to assess their current health and well-being and make changes to ensure proper recovery after one of these events. This process, which includes medical supervision from healthcare providers, is referred [...]

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What Is a TIA?

January 19th, 2023|

A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is a type of ischemic stroke that should be considered a warning sign that could eventually lead to a stroke. Strokes occur due to a blood clot that stops blood flow to the brain and can result in mobility issues, speech impediments, and brain damage.  [...]

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Lung Cancer Screening: Who Should Be Screened?

November 22nd, 2022|

Lung cancer rarely presents symptoms until the later stages of the disease. Unfortunately, by the time symptoms develop, most people are already in the later stages of cancer, making treatment and survival more challenging.  According to the National Cancer Institute, lung cancer is the third most common type of cancer. [...]

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How Many Years of Smoking Causes Cancer?

August 31st, 2022|

Smokers and non-smokers can usually agree on one thing: smoking is dangerous to your health. Whether you regularly smoke or have never smoked in your life, there is no doubt that you know how it negatively affects the body.  Some individuals will argue over the “safe” amount of cigarettes to [...]

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What Is Bone Mineral Density?

July 19th, 2022|

As people age, the body sometimes reabsorbs calcium and phosphate from the bones causing them to weaken. The loss of essential minerals in the bones or weakened blood vessels carrying nutrients can lead to brittle bones, osteoporosis, and even breaks. It's often hard to be aware of bone loss until [...]

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COPD Treatment Guidelines

July 11th, 2022|

According to the CDC, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) was the fourth leading cause of death in 2018 in the United States. It affects close to 16 million adults in America, often those aged 65 and older. However, it can occur in younger adults as well. Since 2000, more women [...]

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