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Up to 54% of Americans are currently attempting to lose weight. Regular exercise and healthy weight loss are important for preventing future health problems such as heart attack, stroke, and diabetes. However, not everyone is able to get down to a healthy weight with regular diet and exercise. Read More...
In the United States, more than 28 million people experience musculoskeletal difficulties every year. One of the most common problem is lower back pain, which up to 80% of all adults will experience at some point during their lifetime. However, musculoskeletal problems also include overuse injuries, knee injuries, and shoulder injuries. Read More...
The decision to undergo knee replacement surgery, or any type of orthopedic surgery, is a big decision. Often, the key to having a successful procedure is finding an orthopedic surgeon you feel comfortable with. If you need knee surgery, but don't know where to start, here are a few important factors you should consider before choosing an orthopedic surgeon. Read More...
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Approximately 29.1 million people living with diabetes in the United States, and nearly 28 percent are undiagnosed. Of those 29.1 million, about 25 percent will eventually develop a foot ulcer. If left untreated, these ulcers can impair quality of life and even lead to an amputation. Early detection and intervention can help reduce this risk. Read More...
According to recent studies, about one in eight women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. Self Breast Exams can be administered regularly and in some cases, can play a major role in diagnosing or preventing breast cancer. Read More...