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Suicide Can Be Prevented – Take Action to Identify and Support People at Risk

By Kelly Bryant

When it comes to suicide, no one is immune. Learning how to recognize the signs someone may be considering suicide is the key to preventing ...

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The Case for Mental Health First Aid

By Amit Thaker

Many of us are trained in CPR – but not as many of us would know what to do when confronted with a person facing ...

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GERD May Be to Blame for Frequent Heartburn

By Dr. Darren Kastin

Many people chalk heartburn up to eating a spicy or fatty meal. But if it starts occurring more frequently, it could be caused by something ...

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Eight Tips for Better Digestive Health

By Dr. Veronica Broton

There are many issues that play into digestive health. Here are eight simple things you can try to feel better.

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Colonoscopy: What to Expect Before, During and After

By Priya Bedi-Mudhar

There are some of the most common misconceptions about a colonoscopy. The truth is that it’s a safe, minimally invasive procedure that significantly reduces the ...

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Abdominal Cancer Patients Live Longer With HIPEC

By Dr. George Salti

Thanks to hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy – known as HIPEC – people with advanced abdominal cancers are experiencing better treatment outcomes.

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Helping Men Prevent Heart Disease

By Dr. Fayeza Mohammed

Heart disease is the cause of one in four male deaths. Even scarier, more than half of men who suddenly die from a coronary artery ...

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Five Tips to Improve Prostate Health

By Dr. Douglas Tran

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men. The good news is that there’s a lot you can do to keep your ...

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Men: It’s Time to Own Your Health

By Dr. Adam Schriedel

Medical conditions don’t care how tough you are and can affect even the strongest men. The only way to beat them is to start owning ...

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