3D Mammograms

Mammogram Matters: Do You Have Dense Breasts?

Nearly half of all women in the U.S. between the ages of 40 and 74 have dense breasts. But what exactly is breast density? How do you know if you have dense breasts? How does breast density affect your breast cancer risk and the type of screening you should get? We’ll help answer some of […]

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qualify for weight loss surgery

Weight Loss Surgery: Are You a Candidate?

You’ve heard about all the ways weight loss surgery can help people achieve major weight loss. You’ve heard that weight loss surgery can even lead to the resolution of some associated medical conditions such as infertility, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, joint pain, gallbladder disease, and cardiovascular risks. You’re ready to change your life. Now, […]

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concussion signs

Signs of a Concussion and What to Do About It

When you hit or jostle your head hard enough to cause the brain to bang into the skull, you’re left with a brain injury called a concussion. It is a type of traumatic brain injury. Concussions may be caused by falls (especially for toddlers and the elderly), contact sports, car crashes, pedestrian or bicycle accidents, […]

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causes of high cholesterol

Causes of High Cholesterol for a Healthy Person

A healthy person with no history of heart problems or coronary artery disease may be surprised to learn that they have high cholesterol levels. Cholesterol is a fatty and waxy substance that can build up within your blood vessels. It is this accumulation of LDL or “bad” cholesterol, that can lead to chest pain, heart […]

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7 Things to Bring for Bariatric Surgery

You’ve made a decision that will change your life. You have been approved for bariatric surgery, talked to your insurance company, and scheduled your procedure. You know you’ll need to spend the night in the hospital after your procedure. So, what do you need to bring? Keep reading to discover the seven things you must […]

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