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September 15, 2022
Seven Things You Should Know About Gallbladder Attacks and Removal
Gallstones and inflammation can cause recurrent unwelcome pain. A general surgeon explains why this happens and what to expect if you need surgery.
August 18, 2022
Sleeping Soundly: Is There Really a Surgery to Stop Your Snoring?
Loud snoring is just a nuisance for some. But for others, it could pose some serious health issues.
July 26, 2022
TAVR Turns 20, How This Procedure Has Evolved to Treat More Patients
Over the past two decades, TAVR has changed the way we treat aortic valve stenosis.
July 22, 2022
A Young Mom’s First-Hand Account Coping with a Rare Cancer Diagnosis
Jena Tracey, 35, shares what it was like persevering through intense treatment for a rare leg sarcoma and what she’s excited for most in the next chapter of her life.
July 20, 2022
What You Need to Know before Getting a Vasectomy
Urologist Dr. Paul Chung shares what to expect during and after this minor outpatient procedure, and about effectiveness and reversal.
July 18, 2022
Living with Heart Failure: Treatments & Lifestyle Changes for a Fuller Future
Heart failure can be treated and managed better than ever before—here’s how you can live a longer, fuller life.
June 28, 2022
Moyamoya: A Young Stroke Survivor and Her Mom Tackle a Rare Diagnosis
Brandi Conway battled severe headaches and strange neurological symptoms for years. One day, in the summer of 2021, it all came to a head. At 21 years old, she had a stroke.
June 27, 2022
Understanding Marfan Syndrome: Jonathan Larson’s Undiagnosed Tragedy
What to know about the disease that led to the death of the iconic playwright.
June 15, 2022
Summer Safety Guide 2022: Tips for Keeping Mishaps at Bay as the
Weather Heats Up
Summer is the season of fun. Learn how to keep the good times rolling.
June 8, 2022
How a Spinal Cord Injury Impacts the Body and Ways to Treat It
A spinal cord injury cannot be cured, but treatment can help prevent additional injuries and irreversible damage.
May 13, 2022
She Counts Co-workers as Her Heroes
Clinician Sharanda Williamson was hours away from a blood clot ending her life.