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Can Aspirin Lower Blood Pressure?

February 28, 2021

If you have high blood pressure, then you’ve probably heard a lot about aspirin therapy. Some people say that it’s the key to lowering blood pressure, while others say it should be avoided. What’s the truth? Can aspirin lower blood pressure? Get the answers below. How Does Aspirin Work? Aspirin is a type of pain … Continue reading “Can Aspirin Lower Blood Pressure?”

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What You Need To Know About The Coronavirus Vaccine: EHS

January 15, 2021

The world, as we had once known it, has changed more than ever before. 2020 was a real rollercoaster for many of us due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many of us may have lost our jobs and loved ones because of this pandemic. Additionally, hospitals and clinics were understaffed for many months and suffered to … Continue reading “What You Need To Know About The Coronavirus Vaccine: EHS”

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Drinking Wine And Pregnancy: What You Need To Know| Hospital In Texas

December 30, 2020

If you are pregnant, one of the most essential things to understand is whether you should drink wine during your pregnancy. Today, we will look at some positives and negatives of drinking wine to help you understand whether you should drink during these critical nine months. Of course, you should always consult with experts, like … Continue reading “Drinking Wine And Pregnancy: What You Need To Know| Hospital In Texas”

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What Is Papillary Breast Cancer

December 15, 2020

Many different types of cancer can harm you or your loved ones. Sometimes, you may get confused about what a specific cancer is, and that’s ok! For that reason, we will look at papillary breast cancer so that you can better understand a particular type of cancer that can occur! What Exactly Is Papillary Breast … Continue reading “What Is Papillary Breast Cancer”

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What is Acute Care?

November 30, 2020

Acute care is when a patient receives immediate and short-term treatment for any critical or life-threatening injury, illness, and disease. It is the complete opposite of long-term inpatient treatment of chronic care services. The purpose of acute care clinics is to boost the patient’s health and stability. Acute care clinics are parts of a hospital, … Continue reading “What is Acute Care?”

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How Long Does An MRI Take?

November 15, 2020

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical procedure that involves hi-tech electromagnetic equipment to examine a patient’s organs, tissues, and skeletal system. An MRI produces high-resolution images of a patient’s internals, which allows the doctor to diagnose various problems. What Is An MRI? An MRI involves the use of large magnets and radio waves that … Continue reading “How Long Does An MRI Take?”

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Food Allergies and Acne

October 30, 2020

The skin can be affected by many things. Diet is a major factor. The type of food you choose to eat can change your entire body chemistry. Specifically, you may notice irritants such as acne from food allergies. Food allergies and acne go hand in hand. Food Allergies Allergies can form at any time in … Continue reading “Food Allergies and Acne”

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What is Considered a Low Grade Fever?

October 15, 2020

If you’re not feeling well, then you might have a mild fever. These elevated temperatures, called low-grade fevers, are often the first sign of a virus. But what is considered a low grade fever? And should you be concerned if you have one? Get the answers below. What is Considered a Low Grade Fever? While … Continue reading “What is Considered a Low Grade Fever?”

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What All Women Should Know About Estrogen and Calcium

September 30, 2020

Women often deal with brittle bones as they age. The vast majority of people with osteoporosis (about 80% of patients) are women. But what makes women so much more likely than men to have bone issues? Understanding a woman’s hormones will help you make sense of the mystery. Below, we will explain the connection between … Continue reading “What All Women Should Know About Estrogen and Calcium”

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Ultrasound Vs. MRI: Which One Do I Need?

September 15, 2020

If you need medical imaging, then you might be nervous. These devices can be intimidating. Plus, it is hard for most patients to tell exactly what the tests are looking for. Ultrasounds and MRIs are two of the most common types of imaging. But what is the difference between them? Learning about the Ultrasound vs. … Continue reading “Ultrasound Vs. MRI: Which One Do I Need?”

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