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  • Lung Cancer

    Mary Gaffney, RN, Lung Cancer Nurse Navigator
    Did you know that lung cancer is the number one cancer killer in the United States? More people die of lung cancer than of breast, colon and prostate cancer combined. There are a number of reasons that lung cancer doesn’t get as much attention as some other cancers, but probably the biggest one is the stigma associated with lung cancer. 

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  • Morning Sickness

    Dr. Weisman share several tips on dealing with morning sickness during pregnancy. 

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  • Pregnancy Heartburn

    Dr. Weisman shares her recommendations on coping with heartburn during pregnancy. 

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  • Pelvic Prolapse

    Dr. Sinha explains Pelvic Prolapse for women: what is it, how is it treated and what are the types of procedures. 

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  • Plantar Fasciitis

    Dr. Dodson explains how to deal with Plantar Fasciitis and ways to treat it. 

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  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Dr. Dodson explains Peripheral Neuropathy and who this painful condition can be treated so you can live an active, pain-reduced life.

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  • Diabetes and Foot Care

    Dr. Denton explains how diabetics should take care of their feet.

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  • 9 Tips for Making Healthy Choices During the Holidays

    Family dinners and holiday parties are just around the corner. If you don’t have a plan for balancing food choices with enjoying the festivities, you may find yourself really frustrated. Try these 9 tips for making healthy holiday choices and you may find yourself having a Happy New Year

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  • Preparing For Your Cancer Journey

    Learning that you or someone you love has cancer is a life-changing moment. After hearing the word “cancer,” people are often overwhelmed, anxious and fearful.  You may feel paralyzed and numb, not knowing what to do next. There are many aspects to preparing for your cancer journey—medical, financial, physical, and emotional.  

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  • Free Lung Cancer Screenings for Veterans

    November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. This is such an important awareness initiative, because many people don’t realize that lung cancer is so prevalent and deadly.  More people die of lung cancer than of breast, colon and prostate cancer combined. Also, Veterans are at an even higher risk of lung cancer due to the prevalence of smoking in the Armed Services.  

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