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What Can Dizziness Mean?

Check out this video to learn more about dizziness.

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Nursing Schools Start to Tackle the Opioid Epidemic in Their Classrooms

Drug-related overdoses have become one of the top leading causes of death in the United States. But now nursing schools are starting to take action. Read on to learn more about how nursing schools are better preparing their students.

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Sleep Apnea and Engineers: Is It Safe to Travel by Train?

There is a growing pattern of engineers having undiagnosed sleep apnea. Should Americans be worried?

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What Is Disorganized Schizophrenia?

Check out this video to learn more about disorganized schizophrenia.

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Study Links Rheumatoid Arthritis and Huntington’s Disease

Apart from symptoms such as muscle stiffness and depression, these two disorders have no known similarities between them. That is, until now.

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Treating Late-Stage Ovarian Cancer with Heat: Does it Work?

HIPEC is a highly concentrated solution containing heated chemotherapy that is delivered directly to the abdominal cavity during surgery.

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Has the Congressional Lupus Caucus Made Any Progress?

In 2012, Congress created the lupus caucus to bring awareness of the disease to the general public. What progress have they made since then? Read on to find out.

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Multiple Sclerosis: Walk, Talk, and Learn with Therapy Horses

According to the National MS Society, hippotherapy, also referred to as horseback riding therapy, is the top-ranked alternative physical activity for individuals with MS, especially those with limited mobility.

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Does Nutrition Have Therapeutic Possibilities for Fibromyalgia Patients?

Researchers are attempting to understand the slight relationship between nutrition and fibromyalgia. Can nutrition help ease fibro symptoms for patients? Find out now.

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What Is Bisacodyl Used For?

Bisacodyl is a type of medication used for the short-term treatment of constipation. It can also be used as a laxative to empty the bowels before a patient undergoes surgery and other types of medical procedures. Learn more about the uses of bisacodyl in this article.

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Different Types of Heart Doctors Explained

If specialized treatment is needed for your heart problem, your cardiologist may refer you to a specific type of cardiologist, who specializes in the treatment or procedure required for your condition. Read on to know the different types of heart doctors.

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The Best Places to Buy Cheap Gluten-Free Foods

Sometimes it's difficult to find tasty gluten-free food at an affordable price. Especially when you need to be on this diet to manage celiac symptoms. Here are the best places to buy delicious gluten-free food, at a reasonable price.

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Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi Discusses Lymphoma Remission

Back in August 2016, the rock legend revealed the good news that his cancer is in remission during a plaque unveiling at Spire Parkway Hospital’s Specialist Care Center in Solihull, England.

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Feeling Relief (and Guilt) at Caregiving's End

It's normal to feel relief, anger and some guilt after your loved one passes away with Alzheimer's. But you must learn how to balance your feelings. Read on to find some tips and resources that we hope will help you get by.

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Wonder Dog Saves Diabetic Patient's Life After Detecting Her Low Blood Sugar

Diabetic patient Maddy Stangl probably wouldn't be alive if it weren't for her amazing service dog named Willy. Read on to learn more about how her service dog was able to detect her low blood sugar.

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What Does Cloudy Urine Mean?

Check out this video to learn more about cloudy urine.

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What Is Colloidal Silver?

Check out this video to learn more about colloidal silver.

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Love and Charity on the Bachelorette

The 14th season of ‘The Bachelorette’ is in full swing! And while 28 men are competing for Becca Kufrin’s heart and hand in marriage, one contestant by the name of Colton Underwood has stood out for his positivity and his desire to give back and help others. a

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When it Comes to Crohn's, a Fecal Transplant Can Save Lives

In today’s day and age, with advancements in DNA-altering technologies and thousand-dollar medications, healthcare professionals are turning to a rather unusual technique to treat chronic inflammatory bowel diseases: fecal transplants.

Breast Augmentation Recovery

If you are located in the Long Island area, I would be happy to sit down with you and discuss your body goals and see if breast augmentation is a good fit for you.