LDL & HDL Cholesterol: Helping to Achieve Heart Health

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  September is National Cholesterol Education Month. There are many factors that contribute to heart health, one of those being your cholesterol ...

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Celiac Disease: Diagnosing and Living With a Gluten Intolerance

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Celiac disease is a chronic, genetic autoimmune disease. The immune system is overly sensitive to gluten and the reaction causes damage to the small i...

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Raising PTSD Awareness

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PTSD stands for post traumatic stress disorder. While this diagnosis is commonly associated with men who return home from war, there are many other ca...

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Multiple Sclerosis: Common Questions Answered

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May 30, 2020 is World Multiple Sclerosis Day. The MS Society estimates that nearly 1 million people in the United States and 2.3 million people global...

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High Blood Pressure: The Silent Killer

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The Center for Disease and Control reports nearly 68 million people have high blood pressure (HBP), also called hypertension. Being labeled “the...

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Kidney Health and Kidney Disease Basics

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March 12th is World Kidney Day. While most have at least heard of kidney stones or kidney disease, how many really know its function and the facts abo...

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