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These Are The Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs, and It Says a Lot About Our Nation’s Health

In 2020, we’re expecting to see 4.55 billion prescriptions filled in the U.S. This number continues to rise annually. You may be wondering, “what are the most commonly prescribed drugs in this statistic?” ... More>>

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Run Away: Everything to Know About Running Injury Prevention

Around 80 percent of runners will experience an injury at some point in their running career. There are many precautions you can take to protect yourself. Running injury prevention is easier than you think. This is... More>>

Torn ACL Recovery 101: 8 Things You Can Do to Recover Sooner

Tearing your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an injury that can make even walking a difficult task for months. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most common injuries in sports. If you’ve suffered an ACL... More>>

5 Examples of Medical Negligence You Should Never Ignore

Originally Posted On: When we go to the doctor or hospital, we expect to start a journey to health. For over... More>>

Best Pharmaceutical Stocks to Own

Originally Posted On: Best Pharmaceutical Stocks To Own: Investing in pharmaceutical companies is not easy. Less than 14% of drugs in development ever... More>>

What Does Bad Breath After Wisdom Teeth Removal Mean?

Originally Posted On: After a wisdom tooth removal, patients expect to undergo pain as they heal. Bad breath after wisdom teeth removal can be... More>>

What Is Dual Diagnosis?

Originally Posted On: Dual diagnosis is a term you often hear when looking into drug and alcohol addiction treatment. It’s an important concept to... More>>


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How to Become a Medical Records Technician: The Ultimate Career Guide

Are you interested in becoming a medical records technician? Not sure what that role really entails, or what kind of education you’d need in order to do it? We’re here to help! In this article, we’re... More>>

What Is Crohn’s Disease? Key Facts You Should Know

About 1.6 million people in the United States have some type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), with about 70,000 new diagnoses annually, according to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. IBD is an autoimmune condition... More>>

The Benefits of Recovery, Explained (With Numbers)

I wrote an article last month for Medium called “What is Recovery? Abstinence, Sobriety, or Something Else?” In that piece, I reviewed the latest definitions of recovery published by national and international... More>>

How DMARDs Work to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis

When your rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is acting up, you do your best to feel better by avoiding RA flare triggers and making RA-friendly lifestyle changes. While self-management and care is important, it’s also important to... More>>

Advantage of cEEG vs aEEG in Monitoring for Neonatal Seizures

Originally Posted On: The most compelling evidence for the utility of continuous EEG monitoring exists for pediatric patients. While... More>>

Treating High Cholesterol: Are High-Dose Statins Right for You?

If a blood test reveals that you have high cholesterol levels, the first thing your doctor might recommend is lifestyle changes to lower cholesterol naturally. Many patients are able to improve their cholesterol levels... More>>

Best Zeolite Powder To Buy

Originally Posted On: Zeolite is the latest discovery in the department of health and beauty that has taken the world by a storm. The mineral made from out of... More>>

How to Help an Addict Who Doesn’t Want Help

Are you helping or hurting? It’d been 5 hours, and Greg was still waiting for his sister to show up for dinner. When she finally came over, she was higher than a kite. Scared to she’d hurt herself, or someone... More>>

How Many Ultrasounds During Pregnancy Are Too Many?

If you’re pregnant, an ultrasound is part of a health examination to determine several important things about your baby. How many ultrasounds during pregnancy are too many? You need to keep yourself and your baby... More>>

Proper Footwear Is Essential To Overall Health

Originally Posted On: The average person will walk 150,000 miles in their lifetime. That’s the equivalent of walking around the earth six times. So, an important question... More>>

The Short Guide to Fitness Marketing in Your First Year

Originally Posted On: Following on from our previous post to help you market your personal training business in the first 6 months, in this article... More>>

Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism – How to Know if Someone Has a Problem with Drinking

Originally Posted On: history, alcohol has played a significant role in different cultures... More>>

Your Guide to Recovery Resources

Originally Posted On: the journey to recovery from addiction can be stressful. It might seem like an impossible challenge to face on your own. But... More>>

Control Your Blood Sugar

Do you know how to control your blood sugar? If you are one of the millions of Americans living with diabetes, learning the basics is a great first step to help you manage your condition. There are two ways to monitor blood... More>>

Drug Addiction Help

Originally Posted On: You’ve been struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction for a while. You wish there were a way to quit. Getting drug... More>>

Is Your Teen Abusing Alcohol?

Originally Posted On: Is your teen abusing alcohol? Alcohol is the most abused substance by teens in the U.S. If you think that your teen is immune to the... More>>

Family Therapy Program In Oregon

Originally Posted On: committing to rehabilitation or a mental disorder treatment program the recovery can be strenuous... More>>

Can Trust Be Rebuilt?

Originally Posted On: When we think of breaking trust in a couple relationship we often think of infidelity. The truth is that trust can be builtand brokenin a variety of ways.... More>>

JAK Inhibitors: How This New Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment Works

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease, meaning it’s caused by an overactive immune system. Instead of just attacking harmful viruses and bacteria, an immune system with RA attacks your synovium—the protective... More>>

Ob/Gyns Share Common Myths About Sex After Menopause

By the time you reach menopause, you might think you know everything there is to know about maintaining your sexual health. However, menopause brings some unique changes, and there are some misunderstandings about how... More>>

Could Using Probiotics for Weight Loss Be Effective??

Originally Posted On: About half of Americans say they are trying to shed some pounds according to a recent survey. Can probiotics help with weight loss? This is a question... More>>

10 Ways to Make Your Holiday a Little More Mediterranean

You’ve already heard the praises about the Mediterranean diet and how it may improve your health and reduce your risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease and diabetes. The emphasis on whole foods, fiber-rich produce... More>>

Reconstructive Surgery for Breast Cancer: What a Surgeon Wants You to Know

Whether or not a woman chooses to reconstruct her breast(s) during or after breast cancer surgery is 100% a personal decision. Some women may see the absence of a breast or a difference in the look of their breasts as a... More>>

Mental Health After Hurricane Maria: Implications for the Climate Crisis

It’s already well known that natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires can cause trauma. The combination of losing loved ones, homes, possessions, and a general sense of stability can result in sadness, hopelessness,... More>>

Raising a Child with ADHD: 5 Important Parenting Strategies

Behavioral parent training programs, which are often part of a multimodal treatment approach for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been used for many years and have been found to be very... More>>

Why Your Kid’s Appointments May Start with a Suicide Screening

If you’re taking your 11-year-old son to the emergency room after they hurt their ankle during a baseball game, you might be surprised to hear the doctor ask if he has ever had thoughts of suicide. While the question might... More>>

Live Well with Multiple Sclerosis: 5 Healthy Lifestyle Tweaks Video included

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a curable condition, but it’s a manageable one. With the right MS treatment and lifestyle habits, people with MS can change or slow the course of the disease, manage symptoms, treat MS... More>>

Colorectal Cancer, Explained in Under Two MInutes Video included

Colorectal cancer may not get as much attention as lung cancer or breast cancer, but it’s actually the third most common type of cancer in both men and women, according to the American Cancer Society. Thankfully, a recent... More>>

6 Big Mistakes That increase the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Exposure Video included

Carbon monoxide can be deadly to humans and animals—and to make it worse, it has no color or odor to tip you off. On average, over 10,000 people per year are hospitalized from carbon monoxide exposure, and over 430 people... More>>

The Main Types of Psoriatic Arthritis + How They Affect the Body Video included

Psoriatic arthritis, or PsA, is an inflammatory type of arthritis, which sets it apart from the more traditional and well-known osteoarthritis. PsA is a chronic and autoimmune disease, meaning it’s caused by an overactive... More>>

Master Your Medicine: 3 Ways Your Doctor Can Lower Your Medication Cost Video included

Following a treatment plan prescribed by your doctor is undoubtedly important. It gives you the best opportunity to manage your condition and maintain the best possible health for yourself. But what do you do if you can’t... More>>

The Importance of Rehabilitation During Head and Neck Cancer Treatment Video included

The goals of head and neck cancer treatment are to control the disease and to help the patient return to normal activities as soon as possible after treatment. An important part of treating head and neck cancer is... More>>

How Eric Adams Is Advocating for Plant-Based Diets in Brooklyn Video included

It’s not unheard of for a politician to promote healthier lifestyles for their constituents, but perhaps no city leader does this with quite as much passion and urgency as Eric Adams, the Borough President of Brooklyn, NY.... More>>

Why Exercise Is Essential for Treating and Preventing Osteoporosis Video included

If you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis, adding exercise to your treatment regimen may seem a little daunting—and counterintuitive. You may be thinking: If my bones are fragile, shouldn’t I be *avoiding* physical activity?


What's Palliative Care? Key Facts Patients and Caregivers Should Know Video included

Getting diagnosed with a serious illness affects more than a person’s physical health. It can touch multiple areas of their life, including their emotional well-being, finances, and social and spiritual life. A patient’s... More>>

6 rules to make your daily coffee healthier

For about five calories a cup, black coffee is a great option if you’re gulping down four cups a day. But let’s be real: How many people really prefer their coffee black?


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