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By Grattan Woodson, MD, FACP “Hair is all over the place—my clothes, my carpet, my sofa, and my car. It’s everywhere, especially in my shower drains. When is it ever going to end?”  The good news is that the shedding … Continue reading

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By Scott D. Miller, MD We all procrastinate from time to time. In fact, some people say that they work better under pressure. Although physical and mental stress can both have some beneficial effects on our well-being, too much stress … Continue reading

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By David Martin, RN Do you ever find yourself awake in the middle of the night, counting sheep, and trying not to think about how restless your legs feel? Or, while working long hours at your desk, are your legs … Continue reading

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By Jill M. Golsen, DMD When you got married your partner didn’t snore. Now, there is a chain saw in the bedroom. You have now moved to the guest room. You are grumpy, have dark circles under your eyes, are … Continue reading

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By Mohammad Wehbi, MD Thanks to a nonsurgical procedure called the CRH O’Regan System®, patients do not need to suffer in silence from hemorrhoids. This safe and effective technique enables patients to be treated quickly, return to work the same … Continue reading

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By Vamsi Kancherla, MD Laser spine surgery—we hear more about it every day. But what is it really? In this edition of Partners in Health, we share more about this treatment tool and answer common questions about it. Common Questions … Continue reading

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By Eugene Hurwitz, MD Blooming flowers aren’t the only things that accompany the arrival of spring, so do the billions of tiny pollen particles that trigger seasonal allergic rhinitis, commonly referred to as hay fever. Hay fever can not only … Continue reading

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By John F. Arnold, MD, MBA The goal of any breast screening program is to find cancer early and reduce false positives. The American College of Radiology Commission on Breast Imaging has performed a thorough review of the evidence that … Continue reading

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By Jill Golsen, DMD Did you know? The number one cause of death from oral cancer is related to human papillomavirus (HPV). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this will be an epidemic that affects more than … Continue reading

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By Karen Foley Why is it so important for mothers to take time for themselves? Moms are often pulled in a million different directions and it can be difficult to carve out time for self-care. Having time to focus on … Continue reading

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