Colorectal Polyps – Know Your Risk

Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The colon, or large intestine, is a long hollow tube at the bottom of the digestive tract. Colorectal polyps are small clumps of cells that form on the lining of the colon. Most polyps are harmless, but over time, certain types of polyps can develop into cancer, which, if left undetected, can be fatal.

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Understanding Radon Gas Exposure

Posted Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Radon gas is a dangerous element that can be harming your body, specifically your lungs, without you even knowing it. Unfortunately many people will not know they are suffering from exposure until they have severe damage or cancer of the lungs. It is important to understand what radon is and its role it plays in lung cancer.

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Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals in 2017

Posted Monday, January 2, 2017

Losing Weight Takes Commitment, and a Plan of Action There are many reasons why the beginning of a new year is the most popular time for setting weight loss goals. Weight loss is ranked as the number one New Year's resolution among Americans. Considering that many American's resolve to lose weight in the New Year and 78.6 million are obese, less than one third are successful at achieving their goals. Losing weight not only takes commitment, but also a plan of action.

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Understanding Nickel Allergies

Posted Thursday, December 29, 2016

Many people suffer from allergic reactions to a broad spectrum of things. Food allergies and plant related allergies are some of the most common and most frequent causes of allergic reactions. Contact dermatitis from the skins reaction to an allergen is often a nuisance; however it is also the most treatable.

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Glaucoma and Blindness

Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Healthy living isn’t just focusing on the foods you eat; eye care is also an essential key focus area to living a healthy lifestyle. Glaucoma can affect adults, the elderly and children of any age.

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Understanding Bursitis

Posted Thursday, December 22, 2016

There are approximately 160 bursae in the human body. These tiny, fluid-filled sacs cushion pressure, reduce friction and lubricate points between bones, tendons and muscles. When these sacs become inflamed due to overuse, injury or infection, movement or pressure can become painful. This condition is known as bursitis.

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Rheumatic Disease: Protecting The Joints

Posted Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Arthritic conditions are distinguished by red, swollen joints and inflamed connective tissues such as cartilage, synovial tissue, and tendons. Other rheumatic diseases are considered autoimmune diseases, meaning that the body’s immune system is attacking parts of the body.

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Distinguishing Differences Between a Stiff Shoulder and Frozen Shoulder

Posted Thursday, December 15, 2016

Frozen shoulder is not a commonly known condition however; those who suffer from frozen shoulder know it’s not easily shrugged off. This resource is intended to help educate patients on what frozen shoulder is, causes, symptoms and how to decrease their risk.

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Learning About Hernia Repair

Posted Tuesday, December 13, 2016

A hernia is a bulge or protrusion of a body tissue or organ through the structure that normally contains it. An abdominal hernia is an opening or weakness in the muscular structure of the wall of the abdomen. Common concerns include understanding the risks and how hernias are treated.

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