Smoking is really bad for you. But you knew that already. Most people — smokers included — are well aware of the devastating toll smoking takes. Despite this knowledge, the highly addictive nature of smoking makes it difficult for many smokers to quit. That’s why smoking remains a serious health threat in the United States
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When people experience a serious illness or injury, they may need some extra help to regain their mobility, their speech or even their very independence – that’s where physical rehab comes in. Physical rehabilitation – or rehab – is part of a broader medical field known formally as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), or physiatry.
Dr. Cynthia English provided a recent interview with Atlas of Motherhood, discussing the non-opioid options women have after a C-Section. Read Dr. English’s full interview today!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, one of the best-known and highest-profile health observances in our country. Before October is over, we will see a lot of pink everywhere we look. This level of attention is for good reason: breast cancer, unfortunately, affects a lot of people. Apart from skin cancer, breast cancer is the
Health insurance is one of the most important things we can have in place to protect our health – and our finances. At the same time, health insurance can be extremely confusing, and it may feel overwhelming trying to make sense of it. The health care providers of Privia Medical Group North Texas want
What is the most common reason that people seek medical treatment? Pain. Pain affects more people than heart disease, cancer and diabetes combined. It is also the leading cause of disability and a significant driver of health care spending. Pain is a byproduct of numerous injuries, diseases and conditions we could potentially experience in our
September is here – hopefully that means the temperatures will soon begin to cool after a long and hot summer. While the Fall brings welcome changes in the weather, it also brings with it an unwanted visitor: the flu.
The seasonal flu, also called influenza, can be a serious illness. It’s a virus, so antibiotics won’t help if you get it. Young children, older adults and people who are immunocompromised are at greater risk of serious illness – and even death – from the flu.
Have you visited home lately – your medical home, that is? If you have seen your primary care provider (PCP) recently, then yes, you most likely have been to your medical home. After all, your PCP is where you go to receive most of your health care needs, which is one of the key attributes
You’ve probably heard of inflammation – but what is it, exactly? Put simply, inflammation is part of the body’s immune response. When our immune system detects an injury – like a cut on your arm – or an intruder, such as bacteria or a virus, it dispatches inflammatory cells to deal with the threat. These
Even though it is still 100+ degrees outside, the start of the school year is once again upon us. As the kids enjoy the last days of their summer break, sleeping in and hanging out with friends, now is the time for parents to make sure their children’s vaccines are up to date. This is