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Obesity and Kids

Is your child’s sedentary lifestyle of playing videogames, watching TV or being on their phones affecting their waistlines? They’re not alone. Diagnoses by pediatricians of high blood pressure, high...

May 11, 2023


Artificial Sweeteners: Is Your Sweet Tooth Killing You?

Imagine you've just come home from a stressful day, and there on the counter are those delicious cookies staring right at you. You know they’ve got artificial sweeteners in them, so -- no harm, no...

April 20, 2023


Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Chadwick Bozeman, Oscar-award winning actor died at 43 of colon cancer; 44-year-old superstar Ryan Reynolds gets a colonoscopy after losing a bet, revealing several polyps that were discovered and...

March 31, 2023


Heart Murmurs

"Lub-dub" are the words often used to describe the sound of a normal beating heart. But when a swooshing sound is mixed in, the words "heart murmur" become a part of the conversation. To a doctor,...

March 23, 2023


The Human Brain: No AI Here

There’s a lot of buzz about AI these days, or artificial intelligence. But there's been very little talk about the brains of the whole operation -- ours. The human brain is the command center of...

March 14, 2023


COVID-19: Three Years Later

Maybe you’ve had it. Maybe someone near and dear to you died from it, or you’re dealing with long term effects from it. It was a global pandemic that impacted each and every one of us. Three years...

March 2, 2023


Understanding Atrial Fibrillation or AFib

Atrial Fibrillation, or AFib, is the most common arrhythmia, a condition in which the heart beats with an irregular or abnormal rhythm. AFib affects more than 2.7 million yearly. Left unattended, it...

February 22, 2023


Heart Month: How to Lower Your Risk Now for Heart Disease

February is American Heart Month. Despite overall increased awareness over the years, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the U.S., according to public health officials. The good...

February 9, 2023


AEDs and CPR

With the start of Heart Month, it’s important to review some of the tools that are readily available to save someone’s life. What if that “someone” is somebody close to you? Are you prepared to jump...

February 2, 2023