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Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

January 30, 2020

Great strides have been made in the treatment of cancer. Although it still poses one of our greatest health threats, it’s generally agreed that early detection greatly increases a person’s chances of beating the disease. While healthcare providers typically check for signs of cancer during routine exams, there is no one in a better position … Continue reading “Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Not Ignore”

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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Asthma?

January 15, 2020

Asthma is a condition caused by constrictions or narrowing of lung airways and bronchial air passages. Excess mucus is produced, which acts to clog airways and, together with the constrictions, make breathing difficult. It affects individuals of all ages, from children under the age of five to individuals throughout adulthood. Also, the disease can range … Continue reading “What are the Signs and Symptoms of Asthma?”

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Is a Skin Rash Serious?

December 30, 2019

Generally, skin rashes are not dangerous but, instead, constitute a nuisance and disruption to our everyday lives. There are cases, however, when a skin rash is caused by a life-threatening condition. In these cases, the sufferer must seek medical attention immediately. The causes of rashes are varied, and diagnosis requires the experience and knowledge of … Continue reading “Is a Skin Rash Serious?”

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Shortness of Breath

December 15, 2019

Shortness of breath is often a normal part of living and exercising. Jogging, swimming, climbing stairs, and many other everyday activities can bring on the shortness of breath. Because this condition, in many cases, is normal, people may disregard signs that shortness of breath should be treated at an emergency room or hospital. In addition … Continue reading “Shortness of Breath”

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WORDS FROM OUR CEO

December 6, 2019

We are pleased to introduce one more issue of our EHS newsletter. This issue comes at a very important time for our community, country and world, at a time when we all are facing a great challenge. Governor Abbott recently issued a disaster proclamation to all counties in the state of Texas stating that the … Continue reading “WORDS FROM OUR CEO”

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Should I Worry About High Blood Pressure?

November 30, 2019

High blood pressure or hypertension is sometimes referred to as ‘the silent killer.’ It gained this reputation because the condition arises without exhibiting early symptoms, yet, from its outset, it places an additional load on the blood vessels and the heart. Studies have demonstrated a link between hypertension and risk of stroke, heart attack, and … Continue reading “Should I Worry About High Blood Pressure?”

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Dealing with Abdominal Pain

November 15, 2019

How Frequent are Stomach Pains? According to the National Institute of Health and the CDC, abdominal pain is the primary reason people visit an emergency room, accounting for 12.5 million visits to the ER in 2016. One reason abdominal pain occurs so frequently is that problems can develop in any one of a large number … Continue reading “Dealing with Abdominal Pain”

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What Vaccinations Should Seniors Get?

October 30, 2019

Introduction It’s a natural tendency to put things off, and this is especially true of our seniors. According to a 2017 survey by the CDC, about 30% of seniors over 65 have not had a flu vaccine in the past twelve months, half have failed to get a tetanus vaccine in the last ten years, … Continue reading “What Vaccinations Should Seniors Get?”

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It’s Not Too Late to Get the Flu Shot

October 15, 2019

Introduction Fall is almost here, and soon the sweltering temperatures of summer will only be a memory. And, as Fall approaches, we look forward to a change in the weather and, of course, football. We also hear that it’s time to get our flu shots. Getting the shot is an easy and convenient task, and … Continue reading “It’s Not Too Late to Get the Flu Shot”

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What are the Top Five Reasons for Visiting the Emergency Room?

September 30, 2019

Introduction According to the CDC, people made almost 146 million visits to hospital emergency rooms in 2018. Of these visits, most resulted in treatment and release, although 12.2 million people were admitted to the hospital and 2.2 million were taken directly to critical care units. It’s clear from the CDC figures that emergency rooms must … Continue reading “What are the Top Five Reasons for Visiting the Emergency Room?”

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