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Finding Solace in Hospice

By Janet Travers, RN

While physical aspects of hospice care may be the most well-known, there are also significant emotional and spiritual aspects to hospice care.

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Options for Home Healthcare

By Jann Ahern

Home care is a wonderful way for a person to receive healthcare from the comfort of their own home.

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Signs and Prevention of Peripheral Arterial Disease

By Edward J. Marcaccio, MD

Peripheral Arterial Disease, or PAD, is very common and occurs when the arteries that supply blood to your legs, arms, and neck become restricted due ...

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Eating Well to Prevent Heart Disease

By Emily McPhee, RD, LDN

A healthy diet paired with exercise and a healthy lifestyle can definitely slow the progression of heart disease.

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Seven Things You Need to Know About Heart Disease

By Anthony D. Marks, MD

February is American Heart Month, which makes it the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about treating and preventing heart disease. There’s a misconception that the ...

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Facebook Live: What you need to know about bariatric surgery

By Neil D. Ghushe, MD, FACS

If you’re considering bariatric surgery, it’s more than just an operation. It’s a lifestyle change.

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How to Set Realistic Fitness and Nutrition Goals

By Emily Dionne, MS, RD, CSOWM

Whether you’re looking to lose weight, gain muscle, or eat healthier, here’s what it means to set S.M.A.R.T. goals that you can stick with beyond ...

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How to Prevent Childhood Obesity

By Benjamin C. Ryan, MD

If you have a child who is obese, the first step is acknowledging their condition, and then taking steps toward a healthier lifestyle.

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Seven Things You Should Know About Bariatric Surgery

By Neil D. Ghushe, MD, FACS

From the psychological to the physical aspect, everything must be in place for a person to be successful. If you’re considering bariatric surgery, here are ...

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