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  • Middle-aged woman drinking a glass of water in the living room and looking into the distance

    Diabetes Insipidus

    Diabetes insipidus is a hormone disorder that causes extreme thirst and increased urination. There is no cure, but it can… 1 or type 2 diabetes. Diabetes insipidus is a hormone disorder. It occurs when your body doesn’t produce enough antidiuretic hormone (ADH). It can also occur…

  • Yellow vitamins forming shape of B12 on wood background

    Vitamin B12

    Vitamin B12 is an important nutrient for your body. It helps keep your nervous system working properly. It also keeps… Vitamin B12 is an important nutrient for your body. It helps keep your body’s nerve and blood cells healthy. It also keeps your nervous…

  • A mother with postpartum preeclampsia holding a newborn baby in her arms at the hospital

    Postpartum Preeclampsia

    Postpartum preeclampsia is high blood pressure in a woman who has recently had a baby. It is a rare medical… What is postpartum preeclampsia? Postpartum preeclampsia is high blood pressure in a woman who has recently had a baby. It can happen as early…

  • woman putting drops in her eye

    Allergic Conjunctivitis

    Allergic conjunctivitis occurs when you’re around things you’re allergic to. These allergens can make your eyes swollen, irritated, and… What is allergic conjunctivitis? Allergic conjunctivitis is a common cause of “pink eye.” It occurs when the clear, thin, membrane (conjunctiva) that covers your eyeball…

  • woman buying produce at a farmer's market

    Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) | Chronic Kidney Disease and Nutrition

    If you have chronic kidney disease, your kidneys have trouble removing waste. Proper nutrition can help reduce waste buildup and… Normal, healthy kidneys remove waste from the blood. If you have chronic kidney disease, your kidneys are not working as well as they should. They…

  • Why Exercise?

    Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Exercise prevents health problems, builds strength, boosts energy, and can help… help you reduce stress. It can also help you maintain a healthy body weight and curb your appetite. Path to improved health Adding exercise to…

  • A doctor wearing blue latex gloves

    Latex Allergy

    Natural rubber latex comes from a liquid in tropical rubber trees. The protein in this rubber can cause an allergic… products used at home and at work: Balloons Dishwashing gloves Waistbands on clothing Rubber toys Pacifiers and baby-bottle nipples Rubber bands Adhesive tape and bandages…

  • a mother breastfeeds her baby

    Mastitis

    Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast, usually caused by an infection. It can cause breast pain, tenderness, and flu-like… weeks. What are the symptoms of mastitis? Women who have mastitis may feel ill. They may feel run down or achy. In addition to an inflamed breast,…

  • Baby sleeping in a position on his father’s arm to help treat colic

    Colic

    Colic is when a healthy baby cries a lot for no reason. It’s defined as crying for more than 3… week for more than 3 weeks. Sometimes there’s nothing you can do to relieve your baby’s crying. Managing colic can add stress to already tired…

  • Debunking Common COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

    can delay routine vaccinations until the pandemic is over. Routine childhood and adult vaccinations are an important part maintaining health. Vaccines prevent additional disease outbreaks during the pandemic. Talk with your family physician about concerns you have, and what vaccines you or your family need

  • A woman experiencing strong contractions that are 5 to 10 minutes apart

    How Do I Know I’m in Labor?

    Going into labor can look different for every woman. But there are some common signs… arrive. Path to improved well being You have all kinds of feelings and sensations when you’re pregnant. Your upcoming labor will add more. Some signs indicate your labor will probably…

  • Pregnant woman and partner having ultrasound scan

    Routine Tests During Pregnancy

    Certain tests are common during pregnancy and essential for your health and your baby’s health… tests. Some of the tests are routine for every pregnancy. Some tests will be repeated throughout your pregnancy. Some women may undergo additional tests. These may depend on your age,…

  • Senior person sitting on floor next to walker

    Falls: How to Lower Your Risk

    A fall at an older age can have serious consequences to your health and independence. Reduce your risk for falling… and independence. Path to improved safety Talk with your doctor to see if you are at a higher risk of falling. In addition to age,…

  • driver is upset after a car accident

    Post-Traumatic Stress After a Traffic Accident

    Learn about post-traumatic stress after a car accident and how your doctor can help you deal with it… Some of these feelings might have included: Shock Trouble believing it really happened Anger Nervousness or worry Fear or uneasiness Guilt In addition, you might keep going…

  • Nutrition: How to Make Healthier Food Choices

    Making healthier food choices allows you to have more control of your weight and your cholesterol and helps to prevent… to make healthier food choices. Path to improved health The choices you make about what you eat and drink matter. They should add up to…

  • Living With Diabetes: How a CGM Can Help

    Dr. Cate Buley

    Using a continuous glucose monitoring system (CGM) can help some patients who have diabetes keep their blood glucose level from… monitoring system (CGM). A CGM is a product with a small sensor that sticks to the back of the arm with an adhesive. Using a…

  • Teen boys drinking

    Teens and Alcohol

    Underage drinking can occur in any family. It’s important to talk to your child frequently, and at a young age,… a parent, it’s important for you to understand the reasons your child may experiment with alcohol, how it can become an addiction, the consequences of…

  • Colorful tablets with capsules and pills on blue background

    Pain Control After Surgery: Pain Medicines

    Recovering from surgery typically involves the use of prescription or over-the-counter pain medicine… Other types, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and opioids, are given after surgery to relieve pain. Opioids can be highly addictive and should be used following your doctor’s instructions. Why is it important?…

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