kidney stones

Kidney Stone: Emergency Room or Urgent Care?

Kidney stones are quite painful. According to the National Kidney Foundation, around 8% of people in the United States develop kidney stones every year. The stones cause uncomfortable symptoms, and intense pain as they pass through the urinary tract. Since they pass through on their own in some cases, emergency medical treatment isn’t always necessary. […]

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The Signs of a Stroke vs. Heart Attack

Strokes and heart attacks are two of the most dangerous medical emergencies that occur today. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), someone in the United States suffers from a heart attack . Of course, millions more suffer from strokes every year.   It is vital to that indicate a stroke versus the signs that indicate […]

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mammogram cost

What to Expect to Pay for a Mammogram

A mammogram is an important diagnostic and screening tool.  Women over forty should get one every few years. They’re basically x-rays for the breast. The radiation is very low dose, but the image is clear enough to detect any hints of breast cancer. Before x-rays were invented, breast cancers could only be detected when masses […]

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wound care awareness week

Wound Care Awareness Week – Types of Chronic Wounds

Every year, chronic wounds affect approximately 6.7 million people in the U.S. Although there are numerous types of non-healing wounds, the following are the four most prevalent – each with different appearances, symptoms and causes: infectious wounds, vascular wounds, radiation related wounds and surgical wounds. Infectious Your skin protects the inside of your body from […]

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Top Health Risks for Obesity - Scale with Good and Bad Health

Top Health Risks of Obesity

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that nearly 40% of Americans were considered obese from 2015-2016. Obesity leads to many health risks and can even lead to premature death. The following are just some of those risks, and it’s our hope we can spread this awareness to help save lives. The Health […]

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