You cannot underestimate the importance of routine check ups, as they could prove to be potentially life saving. Here are just a few reasons how. Routine Screenings Can Catch Problems Before They’re Actualized. Cholesterol and diabetes tests, pap smears, breast exams, you name it. These routine screenings are incredibly important as they can catch diseases […]

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Sometimes gaining weight is not an issue and people are told they need to put on a few more pounds. Others need just the opposite advice. An adult who has a body mass index that falls between 25 and 29.9 is usually considered overweight. But whether that weight gain was intentional or not, there are […]

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Grey area in area of life can be confusing and uncomfortable — well, except if you’re into 50 shades of it — however, grey area in healthcare isn’t just confusing or uncomfortable, it can also be dangerous. When illness and injury strike, it always so black and white. Some conditions, such as the flu, can […]

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No one likes to feel under the weather, no one. It seems that in terms of feeling under the weather, when it rains it usually pours. Just think, how many times have you been sick when suddenly another symptom decides to suddenly reveal itself? The kind of “weather” you’re experiencing will determine when and where […]

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Most women never experience any of the signs and symptoms of fibroids. These women live their lives as they always have, and may never even realize that they’ve developed small, benign tumors. Other women, however, need to carefully weigh their uterine fibroids treatment options, because their fibroids are causing them serious problems. What sort of […]

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Remember when you noticed your first frown line? Remember when your dimples used to be cute and now they’re just an insight into how old you are? Aging is on everyone’s mind. And it is especially (and literally) on everyone’s face. Our faces are such an important part of the way we experience the world […]

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As men get older, their testosterone levels naturally decrease. Starting around age 30, a man’s testosterone level declines by an average annual rate of 1-2%. Testosterone deficiency, also known as low testosterone or “low T,” affects up to 13 million American men. Low T is defined as having a total testosterone level lower than 300 […]

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