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Dr. Rohit Arora Analyzes Some of the Most Common Types of Heart Conditions

Heart disease is currently responsible for killing more than 610,000 people every year in the United States. Meaning, it is one of the most potent conditions that the population faces. Nevertheless, the vast majority of people fail to comprehend the various types of heart problems that exist. Unfortunately, such lack of awareness makes people oblivious… Keep Reading

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Lee Orthodontics Explains the Benefits of Braces Versus Clear Aligners

Overcoming the issues related to one’s teeth positioning can be a long and tedious process. Nevertheless, failing to address this issue could lead to many problems in the future, stresses Lee Orthodontics of Abilene, Texas. Just consider, for example, the issues that may arise due to one’s misaligned bite. Not to mention the mental barriers… Keep Reading

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UK Patient Care is Being Impacted by a Shortage of Nurses

Across the United Kingdom and the European Union, healthcare is taking a hit – and not because nurses and medical staff are not properly trained. Instead, healthcare staff is in short supply, and there are simply not enough nurses to handle the aging population around the world. England has expanded the number of doctors by… Keep Reading

Dr Avi Weisfogel Sleep apnea
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Dr. Avi Weisfogel Discusses Sleep Apnea

Dr. Avi Weisfogel is the owner of the International Academy of Sleep and an experienced sleep treatment expert. He also has over 15 years of experience operating his own dental practice. Other notable companies that he established include Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient and Healthy Heart Sleep. Before starting his professional career, Dr. Avi Weisfogel earned… Keep Reading

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Tips for Choosing the Right Contact Lenses

Choosing a contact lens is not a decision that you should make on your own. You need to know how much wear the lens can tolerate, how much care they need, and the lens’ refractive error. Will you be wearing your contact lenses every day or occasionally? If you plan to wear contacts for long… Keep Reading

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Brad Stahlheber on Differences Between General and Regional Anesthesia

The concept of using some form of numbing medicine during surgical endeavors has been around for a long time. After all, people realized that medical interventions seldom go without major pain that adversely affects the patient. Thus, various forms of anesthesia have been used for almost as long as surgery has been practiced. In reality,… Keep Reading

Dr Alex Lechin Lung Cancer
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Dr. Alex Lechin: A Basic Overview of Lung Cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in the United States. It causes approximately 150,000 deaths each year while over 230,000 people are diagnosed with it annually. Thus, although it is not the most common type of cancer, it is undoubtedly one of the most lethal. Although people… Keep Reading

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Can Cycling Increase Your Prostate Cancer Risk?

Aside from skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer that men face. While the disease rarely appears before 40 years of age, it is common in the mid to late 60’s. While it is one of the slow-moving cancers, it does kill its patients and is the second-leading cause of cancer death for… Keep Reading

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Facts and statistics about Multiple Sclerosis

What is multiple sclerosis? Often shortened to MS, multiple sclerosis is a disease which affects the brain and spinal cord. In MS, the outer protective lining of a nerve cell, called myelin, is progressively lost as the body mistakenly attacks it. This is why MS is called an autoimmune or immune-mediated disease. Not much is… Keep Reading

Dental implants
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Farid Noie and Benefits of Dental Implants

For years, dental implants have been helping people regain the ability to smile with confidence. Also, they assisted many individuals who struggled with eating. After all, when someone loses an important tooth, they may find it difficult to chew. Thus, the benefits of dental implants go well beyond visual appeal. So, what would be the… Keep Reading

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