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Advances in Health

Early detection is key when it comes to pancreatic cancer

Bret Schipper, MD, talks about the advanced screening techniques being used to catch pancreatic cancer sooner.

New alternative to spinal fusion

James Yue, MD, Spinal Surgeon, explains how a new alternative is available to patients who are considering spinal fusion. Prosthetic disc replacement is helping people with low back pain feel better.


News

How Parents Can Brace Kids for Possibly Missing Favorite School Activities Because of COVID-19

We haven’t even entered the dog days of summer, but the focus for parents, educators and maybe even students is returning to the classroom in the fall. The COVID-19 pandemic shuttered schools in March, leaving parents home-schooling children and teachers taking to electronic platforms for lessons. Now, districts are grappling [...]

Case Study: A Crushing Headache as an Early Sign of COVID-19

The headache struck like the sudden boom of a thunderclap, waking the otherwise healthy woman. Six hours later, she had other symptoms of COVID-19. The 33-year-old, who had a history of migraine but found this virus-related headache to be different and much worse, is the subject of a case study [...]

Get Medicare Answers From Home With Free Webinars in July, August

How can a health plan simplify Medicare coverage? By working directly with doctors. Imagine a Medicare plan that puts a patient’s health and well-being at the center of care, a plan that offers full support for doctors to provide the best care for the patient. Get all the information you [...]

Can an HVAC Duct Spread COVID-10 in Offices, Stores and Schools?

A possible COVID-19 superspreader on the loose isn’t even human. It’s heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems in corporate offices, retail stores and schools across the country. In Florida and elsewhere, air-conditioning systems might be spreading airborne infections when people gather indoors to escape the summer heat. The cooling systems circulate little [...]

How to Beat the Summer Heat (and Sweat) Under Your Mask

The good news is the masks we’re wearing in public these days hides any upper lip sweat. The bad news is that breathing moist air into the mask on a hot summer day is what’s causing the upper lip sweat in the first place! Since public health guidelines recommend masks [...]

10 Medical Conditions Most Likely to Affect Millennials

So often, people say “it’s an age thing,” but in the case of millennials, poor health may be directly related to their age. According to a 2019 report issued as part of the Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Association “Health of America” research report series, millennials are less healthy than [...]


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In this FREE webinar, join Lisa Benton or Marissa Hiebel, Medicare Educator, to learn about what Medicare is and how it works, the [...]

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Total Joint Pre-Operative Education Webinar

This webinar is for patients who will undergo hip and knee replacement surgery, providing education on how to prepare for the surgery, [...]

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Depression Webinar: An Introduction to the Disorder

In this FREE webinar, join Laura Majidian, MSW, Case Worker, at Hartford HealthCare Institute of Living's Family Resource Center to gain [...]


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