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Don’t Take my Tongue

Submitted by Nicholas P. Bollinger, MS, CCC-SLP

How impairment of our strongest muscle limits speech and swallowing A lot can go through someone’s head when they are first diagnosed with a stroke, injury or disorder of the brain, digestive disease or lung disease. The last thing on your mind might be if you will be able to communicate or swallow...
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Listen to Your Legs: Pain Could Signal Artery Blockage

Submitted by Carlos Neves, MD

How you can prevent PAD It’s easy to dismiss an aching hip or cramped legs as just part of getting older, especially if it flares up during walking or exercise. But, as with most pain, your body is trying to tell you something, and it’s best to listen. Pain in the legs or hip, especially while...
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Natural Pain Relief - Part One

Submitted by Uday Jani, MD

Pain relief doesn’t always come in a pill bottle. There are better solutions, many found in your refrigerator, spice rack, and garden. The right mix of foods, herbs, and supplements has proven to be extraordinarily effective in managing chronic inflammation and pain – no prescription required. Here...
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Making the Connection: Hearing Loss & Cognitive Decline

Submitted by Jean Davison, AuD

Did you know that adults even a mild hearing loss have a higher risk for dementia? And, those with severe hearing loss have five times the risk of getting dementia. In fact, studies have found that hearing loss not only can accelerate dementia, it can also cause cognitive decline. Hearing loss is...
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Have Yourself a Mindful Little Holiday

Submitted by Kate Adamek, LCSW, Group Facilitator for Ornish Lifestyle Medicine

Trying to not just survive, but thrive during the holidays, can be trying. While there are no magic wands to fix this, some of the following suggestions may ease the way to more fun, less Grinch holiday. Set reasonable expectations: Hallmark Holidays rarely exist outside the imagination of greeting...
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This Year: Strong is the New Skinny

Submitted by Bryan Drain, Medical Nutrition Therapist

Body weight is merely your relationship to gravity. It does not define you; nor does it encompass you as a person. This year, focus on being strong over skinny. While maintaining a healthy weight is important, and many of us have a few extra pounds to spare, during the holiday season it is more...
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Why Knowing About Sepsis Could Save Your Life

Submitted by Kevin Bristowe, MD

As an emergency room physician, I understand the importance of a knowledgeable staff. At Beebe we work with our teams so that everyone receives ongoing education. This education often allows us to intuitively create work groups, new policies and procedures, and improve the care we provide to...
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Topics to Bring Up During Your Annual Exam

Submitted by Dr. John Hale, MD

Has it been more than a year since you saw a primary care physician? If so, it is time to schedule that appointment. Annual exams with a primary care physician are key to maintaining your good health from year to year. Your physician can discuss a wide variety of topics with you, however here are...
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Scheduled for an MRI? Here’s what you need to know

Submitted by Dan Mapes, MPA, RT(N), CRA

When it comes to your health and wellness, any test can make you nervous. However, when you are scheduled for an MRI, there are specific ways you can prepare yourself and reduce your anxiety. MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a non-invasive, painless, diagnostic procedure that uses a...
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Decrease Risk Factors to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Submitted by M. Lisa Attebery, DO, FACOS

Women’s health is a hot topic in the media, whether it be in the magazine, newspaper, radio or television. And, breast health is front and center, especially during October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a general surgeon specializing in breast surgical oncology, I frequently get asked what...
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