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Treating Chronic Bronchitis

Treating Chronic Bronchitis

by Yenny (SU)
Do this for a moment: place your hand over your chest, take a deep breath, and then let it out. Your respiratory system can often seem both intricate and delicate, very susceptible to change and problems. From the common cold, to conditions such as asthma or bronchitis, there are many things that can compromise the delicate balance of the respiratory system.

Guarding Against the Flu in Florida

Guarding Against the Flu in Florida

by Yenny (SU)
Body aches and pains, vomiting, sore throat/coughing, extreme fatigue and exhaustion, fever, and stuffy nose — these are the symptoms of influenza, or as most people like to call it, the dreaded flu. It’s something we all try to avoid around flu season, so pointers for guarding against the flu are always handy.

Soothing Migraine Pain

Soothing Migraine Pain

by Yenny (SU)
Different types of headache pain, a tension headache being the most common, typically range from mild to severe. Headache pain usually occurs on both sides of your head, specifically in the areas of your temples, or radiating towards the back of the head or neck.

Does My Weight Increase the Risk for Heart Disease?

Does My Weight Increase the Risk for Heart Disease?

by Yenny (SU)
As modern and advanced as we think the United States is, it may still come as a surprise to some that obesity is a very real and present epidemic. In fact, 35 percent of adults and 17 percent of children and adolescents are considered overweight to the point of being obese.

Why Staying with The Same Doctor Is Beneficial

Why Staying with The Same Doctor Is Beneficial

by Yenny (SU)
Doctors want to protect their one-one-one relationship with their patients. Therefore, having a good primary care physician (PCP) or family medicine doctor that has provided care for you anywhere from infancy to adulthood, is beneficial and important for many reasons. A doctor who has taken care of you and sometimes other members of your family, will know you and your medical history inside and out.

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