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Wound Care 101: Knowing the Basics

By Gary W. Gibbons, MD

When in doubt, it is always better to consult with a medical professional rather than to leave the wound unattended.

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When a Wound Isn’t Healing

By Karen Donahue, RN

Without proper care and treatment, chronic wounds can result in extreme pain and discomfort, can jeopardize a person’s quality of life.

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Diabetic Wound Care

By Thomas Lyons, DPM

While proper wound care should be a priority for all populations, for diabetics, it is even more imperative for maintaining long-term health and quality of ...

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Facebook Live: The Psychology of Weight Loss Surgery

By Mark J. Gorman, PhD

Struggling with weight management can take both a physical and an emotional toll on the body.

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Recovering After Weight Loss Surgery

By Mark J. Gorman, PhD

Even after patients see success with their weight loss, the feelings associated with being overweight and the negative body image that many overweight individuals struggle ...

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5 Tips for Healthy Weight Management

By Devina L. Willard, MD

If you’ve been struggling to maintain a healthy weight: you’re not alone. Over 69 percent of adults in the United States are considered overweight or ...

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Considering Bariatric Surgery

By Svetlana Chentsova

While bariatric surgery or, weight loss surgery, certainly isn’t the only option, it is one of the fastest, safest, and most effective solutions available. ...

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Facebook Live: Choosing a Primary Care Provider

By Leyda D. Delgado, MD

Having a primary care provider means having an advocate for preventative care, and an ally in your life long health journey.

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Choosing a Primary Care Provider

By Leyda D. Delgado, MD

Having a primary care provider means having an advocate for preventative care, and an ally for our life long health journey.

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