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Posted Mon, Jul 22, 2024
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure (HBP), or feel concerned about your blood pressure numbers, you probably have questions. The experts at St. Luke’s Health have the answers you need.
Posted Mon, Jul 15, 2024
Men, this is a call to check in on yourself more often. It’s a fact: Men are significantly less likely than women to see a doctor or report symptoms, and more likely to put off checkups and medical care.
Posted Wed, Jul 10, 2024
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing health care, and we’ve only begun to understand its potential. Regardless of the hype—or alarm—surrounding AI, health leaders should view it as another advanced technology among many,
Posted Wed, Jun 26, 2024
About 1 in 3 adults with high blood pressure in the United States don’t even know they have it. That means that approximately 30% of people aren’t doing anything to treat it and keep it under control.
Posted Mon, Jun 17, 2024
Over the past several decades, tremendous strides have been made in cancer research, bringing ever-improving therapies and better outcomes. From advances in imaging to genomics to immunotherapy,
Posted Mon, Jun 10, 2024
By Benjamin Musher, MD, gastrointestinal medical oncologist and Medical Director of Medical Oncology at the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center and Associate Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine
Posted Tue, Jun 04, 2024
ou might still be working through your emotions if you started cancer treatment recently. You may have questions about treatment side effects and how to adapt to the changes ahead. On your mind, it may be whether you have to rest or stay active ...
Posted Sun, Jun 02, 2024
When Crystal Horn noticed a lump in her lower abdomen, she wasted no time getting it checked out. She called her doctor that very day, and eight days later she was in surgery at the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer
Posted Thu, May 30, 2024
Everyone experiences neck pain from time to time. This type of pain can range from mild to severe and stems from a variety of reasons, including tension, overexertion, poor posture and injury.
Posted Fri, May 24, 2024
Each year in the United States, more than 800,000 people have a heart attack. When a heart attack occurs, fast intervention is needed to limit damage to the heart. Would you know what to do if you experienced heart attack symptoms?
Posted Wed, May 22, 2024
Los problemas de tiroides son comunes, afectando a aproximadamente una de cada 20 personas. Aun así, muchas personas no están al tanto de qué hace la tiroides o cómo afecta la salud.
Posted Wed, May 01, 2024
Summer is here and well underway. Whether you’re the camping or beach-going type, sun protection should be top of mind. Choosing a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 30 or higher
Posted Thu, Apr 18, 2024
Talking about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be as uncomfortable as its symptoms, but ignoring it could be worse.
Posted Wed, Apr 17, 2024
Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects dopamine-producing neurons in the brain. The onset of symptoms varies from person to person, but people living with Parkinson’s disease
Posted Tue, Apr 16, 2024
There's no magic formula for the perfect snack, but a few helpful tips can help you make better choices. Here are a few you can start incorporating into your diet today.
Posted Mon, Apr 15, 2024
Thirty years ago, colorectal cancer was thought of as a cancer primarily affecting older adults.
Posted Tue, Mar 26, 2024
Nutrition has undergone some serious changes in recent years. Gone are the days of a one-size-fits-all dietary solution.
Posted Mon, Feb 12, 2024
Thyroid issues are common, affecting about one in 20 people. Still, many people aren’t aware of what the thyroid does or how it affects health.
Posted Wed, Jan 31, 2024
Kim Denkins thought she was experiencing gas pains and even felt pain in her arm. The 61-year-old billing specialist from Houston tried taking over-the-counter antacid for three days to help with her symptoms.
Posted Tue, Jan 16, 2024
To describe Vita Malloy as an active 81-year-old would be an understatement. The self-described “Energizer Bunny” plays seniors’ volleyball for 3 to 4 hours at a time, multiple days a week.
Posted Sun, Jan 07, 2024
Lung cancer claims more lives than colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined. Historically, lung cancer has been more common in older adults and diagnosed at an advanced stage. Younger women,
Posted Mon, Nov 20, 2023
Diabetes can sometimes feel like an uphill grind, but not when you learn to control it daily. If you’re dealing with diabetes, you’re not alone. It takes a community to keep diabetes at bay,
Posted Thu, Nov 02, 2023
Fall has arrived, and along with pumpkin spice lattes, it’s also time for vaccinations.
Posted Wed, Nov 01, 2023
It’s no secret that fall and winter are cold and flu season. A few years ago, COVID-19 entered the mix and is here to stay. There’s another virus to keep on your radar this year: respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Posted Thu, Oct 19, 2023
You might still be working through your emotions if you started cancer treatment recently. You may have questions about treatment side effects and how to adapt to the changes ahead.
Posted Thu, Oct 05, 2023
You probably know that drinking water is good for you. It makes your skin look healthy, helps flush out toxins, and assists with weight loss. It even helps your body lubricate your joints for increased movement and flexibility.
Posted Tue, Oct 03, 2023
One of the most important things you can do for your health is to stay up to date on cancer screenings. By the time cancer symptoms typically appear, the disease may have spread to other parts of the body and be harder to treat.
Posted Mon, Oct 02, 2023
A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. The good news is that advances in cancer treatment have made it possible for millions of cancer patients to lead healthy lives.
Posted Fri, Sep 29, 2023
No two women are alike. They face unique health issues, and their bodies react differently than men to certain health conditions, including heart disease, urinary tract infections (UTIs), and osteoporosis.
Posted Mon, Jul 31, 2023
Everyone seems to have an opinion about hospitals—some good, some bad. Maybe yours is based on a personal experience you or a loved one had or influenced by something you saw on television or the internet
Posted Thu, Jul 27, 2023
As we near the first quarter of the 21st century, the future of health care looks increasingly high-tech. Digital companies such as Apple, Google and Amazon, are setting up shop in the health care space.
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