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I Had Diabetes During Pregnancy — Will I Get It Again?

When you have gestational diabetes, it’s normal to wonder if you’ll have it after pregnancy. It’s important to work closely with your health care provider to manage diabetes to reduce the chances of it recurring.
Jan 15th, 2023

5 Risk Factors for Osteoporosis

Developing weak bones doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of getting older. There are risk factors that you can control. Learn what you need to do to help ward off osteoporosis and keep your bones as strong as possible.
Dec 9th, 2022

How Your Thyroid Impacts Your Overall Health

Symptoms of thyroid disease are often mistaken for other things like stress, or aging. If you notice changes in your health, or don’t feel quite right, it’s always best to seek an evaluation to get to the bottom of things.
Nov 1st, 2022

Hemochromatosis: A Lesser Known Metabolic Disorder

With treatment, patients with hemochromatosis have a good health outlook. Drawing blood to lower bodily iron stores and restricting dietary iron are common approaches to managing this condition. Read on to learn more about this metabolic disorder.
Oct 1st, 2022

Can I Prevent Prediabetes From Becoming Diabetes?

Finding out that you have prediabetes can feel frightening. However, you can use the diagnosis as an opportunity to overhaul your diet and lifestyle and take steps in the right direction to prevent diabetes.
Jul 1st, 2022

Here's How to Keep Your Bones Strong as You Age

It's true that as we get older, our bones lose strength. Fortunately, there's a lot you can do to maintain bone mass, slow bone loss, and lower your risk of osteoporosis and osteopenia.
Jun 1st, 2022

When Should I See a Doctor for Chest Pain?

Angina is a common symptom of an underlying condition, such as coronary artery disease. A heart health checkup can get to the bottom of your symptoms and pave the way for treatment.
May 4th, 2022

Myths and Facts About Angina

Even though angina is common, it can be difficult to distinguish from other types of chest pain, such as heartburn. Keep reading to learn more about angina, and find out why this condition might need medical attention.
Apr 1st, 2022

Warning Signs You Have High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is sneaky. You may not know it’s high until it silently causes significant damage. Visit a doctor to have your blood pressure checked and take steps to manage high blood pressure.
Mar 1st, 2022

Understanding Metabolism

Metabolic disorders affect the way your body processes energy and require you to make some changes to compensate.
Jan 3rd, 2022

Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Improve Your Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis can strike without warning since symptoms are rare in the early stages of bone loss. Take a moment to learn how effective diet management, certain medications, and overall lifestyle changes can protect your bone health.
Dec 14th, 2021

Four Common Types of Heart Disease

You only have one heart in your lifetime, and it’s worth taking care of. For those with and without heart disease, it’s beneficial to adopt heart-healthy habits to protect your heart health. Keep reading to learn more.
Nov 1st, 2021

Who Is at Risk for Hirsutism?

Excess hair growth in areas such as the face can cause women significant distress, and can sometimes be a warning sign of an underlying issue. It’s wise to seek medical evaluation to get to the root of the problem. Keep reading to learn more.
Oct 1st, 2021

When To Consider a Sports Physical

If you want to stay on top of the game and in the game, consider getting a sports physical before you hit the field this season. Sports physicals prevent injuries and ensure that you’re in excellent shape to play. Keep reading to learn more.
Sep 7th, 2021

What You Need To Know About Galactosemia

Galactosemia requires life-long management through dietary restriction. Once a therapeutic dietary plan is implemented, children with galactosemia can lead a normal life. Keep reading to learn more.
Aug 1st, 2021

Is High Cholesterol Dangerous?

Heart disease is the greatest threat to your health, but it isn’t inevitable. You can prevent heart disease by controlling risk factors like high cholesterol. It’s never too late to make your heart health a priority.
Jul 4th, 2021

Four Ways To Prevent Osteoporosis

It is possible to lower your risk of developing weak bones, and it’s never too late to make bone health a priority. Visiting your doctor for a bone health evaluation is a wise step in protecting your bones.
May 27th, 2021

Can I Live Without My Thyroid Gland?

Your thyroid is an endocrine gland that plays a vital role in your health. In the event that you must have it removed, you can live a normal life without it but will need thyroid hormone replacement medication.
Apr 13th, 2021

What Does the Thyroid Do?

Most people don’t have to think much about their thyroid unless something goes wrong. Fortunately, most thyroid problems are easily treated. Visiting a specialist for a thyroid assessment is the first step. Keep reading to learn more!
Mar 1st, 2021

The Difference Between Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism

Thyroid disease can take you by surprise. You may notice you don’t feel like yourself but find yourself unable to put your finger on the problem. A thyroid evaluation can provide answers so that you can get the treatment you need. Read on to learn more.
Feb 4th, 2021

Understanding the Different Types of Diabetes

A diagnosis of diabetes can feel scary and overwhelming. Rest assured most people with diabetes lead healthy, normal lives. Understanding your condition and taking the necessary steps can help you stay well. Keep reading to learn more!
Jan 11th, 2021

What Is Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic syndrome is a growing epidemic involving multiple conditions that pose a great risk to your heart. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent or reverse metabolic syndrome so you live a long, healthy life. Keep reading to learn more!
Nov 3rd, 2020

Common Causes of Hypertension in Seniors

Everyone should be concerned about hypertension, but older adults are in a high-risk population. Seniors should take extra care to prevent and manage hypertension so they can protect their heart health. Keep reading to learn more!
Oct 15th, 2020

The Link Between Obesity and Diabetes

While not all obese people have diabetes, and not all diabetics are obese, evidence for the link between obesity and diabetes is impossible to deny. Find out how to mitigate your risk.
Sep 8th, 2020

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine

Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Dec 23rd, 2020