Category: Conditions & Treatments

Caring for Caregivers

Watching a loved one cope with treatment or face uncertainty about their health is physically, mentally and emotionally challenging. Caregivers must remember to care for themselves, too.

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Exercising in the Heat

If you are planning to exercise outside, it’s important to take precautions before, during and after exercise to avoid heat-related illnesses and injury.

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Stay Water Safe All Summer Long

Whether you’re visiting a community pool, are swimming over at the neighbors or enjoying a dip in your own backyard, make sure you and your family are staying safe.

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Dad Duty: How New Dads Can Support Mom

While moms are (rightly so) at center stage throughout the pregnancy, new dads have their own questions and concerns. Dr. Fishel shares his advice to help dad settle into his role.

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What You Need to Know About Aphasia

Aphasia is a language disorder that affects nearly two million Americans’ ability to communicate. A person affected by aphasia can often suffer from the loss of ability to understand or express speech.

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How To Care For Chronic Wounds

There are more than 6.7 million Americans living with chronic wounds. However, by being aware, receiving early intervention and proper specialized wound care, you don’t have to live with chronic wounds.

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