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Dr. Hanid Audish on the Latest Clinical Trial Success Stories

Clinical trials are an important aspect of the medical profession. Without clinical trials, new treatments and therapies would not be possible. During a clinical trial, treatments are tested for safety and efficacy. Physicians like Dr. Hanid Audish at Encompass Clinical Research participate in these trials, bringing novel solutions to their patients. Clinical trials have many… Keep Reading

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Thomas Ocheltree Explains The Differences Between Dentists and Oral Surgeons

When patients are looking for high-quality dental care, they often consider which type of specialist is right for them. Oral surgeons are capable professionals who help patients with difficult issues such as wisdom tooth extraction, treatment of disease and infections, and dental implants. Patients have the right to expect professional and compassionate care from their… Keep Reading

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Dr. J. Fred Stoner Explains the Latest in Pain Management

Pain management is a growing medical specialty. Due to the prevalence of arthritis, joint problems, wounds, and other serious conditions, patients turn to pain specialists to provide important relief. Dr. J. Fred Stoner, the director of the Lawrence County Medical Society, examines current trends in the pain management specialty. The Lawrence County Medical Society will… Keep Reading

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Dr. Halley Moore Highlights how Social Factors can Contribute to Overall Health

A person’s health is not only related to his or her physical characteristic, but there are many social factors which can impact health. These include childhood development, education, work status, and income. Dr. Halley Moore, a licensed clinical psychologist, and human resources professional specializes in family interactions in the workplace. She examines these social factors… Keep Reading

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Sunny Onuigbo on the Latest Developments in Diabetes Treatment

The treatment of diabetes has been revolutionized in recent years. Doctors of internal medicine like Sunny Onuigbo have been able to give their patients advanced care and ensure their future health. With new drugs, therapies, and testing, patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes have a greater quality of life and better medical outcomes.… Keep Reading

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John Ikechi Nwankwo Explains How AI is Improving Neuroradiology

Amazing strides are being made in the science of neuroradiology. Together with the rise of AI or artificial intelligence systems, exciting developments in the field have the potential to impact patient care positively. AI systems will be able to run tests and simulations which can direct doctors to the proper course of treatment for these… Keep Reading

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5 Effective Ways To Beat Brain Fog

There are instances where we tend to experience loss of focus. But in some cases, this predicament can be extreme because it affects the overall cognitive function. Technically, it is called “brain fog,” and it really deteriorates someone’s performance. When you have a cloudy head, you will feel that your memory is scrambled and that… Keep Reading

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Dr. Jan McBarron’s Tips for Losing Weight Through Lifestyle Changes

Many people are dissatisfied with their weight and with their bodies. Being unhappy with your weight leads to self-esteem problems and can get in the way of living your best life and advancing in your career or personal life. When you are overweight, you are more likely to experience health problems like diabetes, high blood… Keep Reading

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