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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what to bring to bariatric surgery

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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Causes for Lower Abdominal Pain in Females

Most women have experienced abdominal pain at some point in their life. Pain in the lower abdomen is common among women of all ages. But frequent pain can interfere with everyday life. Knowing the source of your pain can help alleviate stress and guide you to appropriate treatment. Causes of Lower Abdominal Pain While occasional […]

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what do abnormal pap smears mean

What to Do If Pap Smear Results Are Abnormal?

No woman ever wants to hear that her pap smear results have come back as abnormal, yet it is very common. As many as three million women will get an abnormal result in the next year alone. It can be frightening, but there are certain things that you should prepare for. We are here to […]

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What Does a Cardiologist Do on the First Visit?

For one reason or another, you have been told you need to see a cardiologist. Maybe you have been having symptoms that warrant a visit to the specialist. Perhaps your upcoming visit is more precautionary due to a family history of heart disease. Regardless of why you’ve made an appointment, you likely want to know what […]

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