What Is the Safest Form of Weight Loss Surgery?

Excess weight can cause or worsen many chronic conditions. The good news is that you can lose excess weight through a process called bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery). Here are four effective bariatric procedures. Safest Forms of Weight Loss Surgery Gastric Sleeve A surgeon staples a section of the stomach and then removes the remaining part […]

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When to See a Podiatrist vs. Orthopedist

A podiatrist and an orthopedist can both treat conditions of the foot and ankle. However, neither specialist should be chosen to treat every condition of the foot. While there are several similarities between a podiatrist and an orthopedist who specialize in foot care, the differences between the two may be more important when choosing a […]

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How to Choose the Best Hospital to Deliver Your Baby

If you or your partner is expecting, you are no doubt nervous, thrilled, stressed out, and exhilarated — all at the same time. You’re also likely making many important decisions, like what kind of crib to purchase and how to child-proof your home from top to bottom. One of those very important decisions is choosing […]

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Medical Weight Loss Surgery: When Dieting Isn’t Enough

In the United States, we struggle greatly with obesity, with an estimated 160 million Americans that are either classified as obese or overweight and the problem is quickly growing to epidemic proportions. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates that nearly 75% of men, 60% of women, and 30% of the children in this country suffer […]

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Top 10 Reasons Children Visit the ER

When your child is sick, it can be very scary. Sometimes it’s hard to know when you should seek medical attention, and what can be dealt with at home. Each year, 25.5 million children in the U.S. are taken to the emergency room, so if you’re a parent wondering what to do, you’re far from alone. In […]

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