In 1999, Premier Health Urgent Care partnered with Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center to form one of the first joint ventures between a health syst...
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Mercy Regional Heart and Vascular Center 1000 Mineral Point Ave. Janesville, WI 53548 At the Mercy Regional Heart and Vascular Center, we have a passion for ...
What to Eat After Oral or Maxillofacial Surgery
After oral or maxillofacial surgery, you won’t be able to eat certain foods for at least a few days.
What is Internal Medicine?
Internal medicine requires a doctor to be able to treat a wide range of adult patients in a compassionate and understanding way. They use the...
Discover the Right Way to Clean the Ears and Dissolve Wax
Blockage of the outer ear canal due to an accumulation of ear wax is one of the most typical causes of short-term hearing loss. If you’re relatively certain that ear wax is the cause of your temporary hearing loss, you most likely want to clean your ears. Even so, you must clean them safely and …
10 Tips for a Healthy Heart
Last updated: May 22, 2016 By Carolyn Sayre for Summit Medical Group Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States. However, many of these deaths can be prevented with the proper precautions. Seth Jawetz, MD, a cardiologist at the Live Well Heart Failure Clinic at Summit Medical Group, offers ten tips to keep your heart healthy 1. Understand your risk People who have high blood pressure or cholesterol, diabetes, are overweight, or have a history of smoking or cardiac conditions in their family are at an increased risk of developing heart disease. Men are more likely to develop cardiac issues after age 45, while the risk increases for women after menopause around age 55. Dr. Jawetz’s tip: “Discuss any individual risk factors with your primary…
Oral Health in Kids: How Parents Can Make Dentist's Job Easy
Oral Health In Kids is a prime concern for parents and a Family dentist can offer you a lot of healthy tips which can help you. Discover Tips from PDG!!
What Women Should Know about Breast Density and Cancer Risk
In this Q&A, MSK radiologist Sandra Brennan discusses what is known about the link between breast density and cancer risk.
Stroke Recovery: What to Expect
Published October 15, 2013 With so much left unknown about how the brain repairs itself after a stroke, it is hard to predict exactly how much a patient will recover. However, with the help of medical rehabilitation, post-stroke patients can achieve the best possible long-term outcome More than 700,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year and 10 percent of them recover almost completely , 25 percent recover with minor impairments, 40 percent experience moderate to severe impairments and 10 percent require care at a long-term care facility. For all of these survivors, rehabilitation can substantially help them relearn skills such as talking, eating, dressing and walking, that were lost due to brain damage…
How to fade dark spots in skin of color
Everything you need to know to get rid of (or fade) those dark spots on your skin.