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Severe Flu Symptoms: When to Seek Emergency Care

By Toni Eng, MD

Many of us are all-too-familiar with the aches, fevers and irritating cold-like symptoms that come with the flu, but when do these “typical” side effects ...

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Do You Really Have to Get a Flu Shot?

By Cindy DeLuca, MSN, RN, CIC

The flu shot is without a doubt the most effective preventative measure for the flu.

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Facebook Live: Breast Health – The Bigger Conversation

By Suniti N. Nimbkar, MD

Breast cancer is an increasingly important topic of discussion, but it is also part of a much larger conversation about overall breast health.

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Breast Health: The Bigger Conversation

By Suniti N. Nimbkar, MD

Breast cancer is an increasingly important topic of discussion, but it is also part of a much larger conversation about overall breast health.

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Combatting Osteoporosis

By Khelda S. Jabbar, MD

Silent and progressive, osteoporosis is one of the most common bone conditions in adults.

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Talking to Your Doctor About What’s Going on “Down There”

By Ingrid E. Kotch, MD

Fostering an open, trusting relationship with your OB/GYN will help eliminate the fear, shame and stigma surrounding the common issues women experience.

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Facebook Live: Living with Chronic Pain

By Janet C. Limke, MD

When it comes to treating and managing chronic pain symptoms, you have options.

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Minimally Invasive Treatments for Spine Pain

By Stephen H. Johnson, MD

For lesser conditions, however, there are several non-surgical pain intervention techniques that may be taken into consideration by your doctor.

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Non-Narcotic Pain Management Alternatives

By Christine M. Just, CNM

Fortunately, there are plenty of equally-effective pain management treatment options to consider that don’t rely on the use of narcotics.

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