Monday , March 8 2021

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SJH Named One of the Nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Fortune and IBM Watson Health

Top Cardiovascular Hospitals

St. Joseph’s Hospital was named as one of the nation’s top performing hospitals by Fortune and IBM® Watson Health® last year. The annual Fortune/IBM 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals study spotlights leading short-term, acute care, non-federal US hospitals that treat a broad spectrum of cardiology patients. The study is designed to …

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National Nutrition Awareness Month – Eating Healthy Can be Delicious – Helps You Stay on Track

ReBuilt Meals

When it comes to choosing a healthy diet, the amount of contradictory information and programs can be overwhelming. Is vegan, paleo, pescatarian, or keto the answer for optimal health? It’s not so cut and dry. The confusion lies in the fact that all people have different needs and different reactions …

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Nutrition: What We Eat Really Does Matter


When it comes to diet and nutrition, it’s safe to say that there are countless opinions of what’s best. So, how do you really know whose advice to take? Mostly, it just comes down to common sense. For example, what’s better, an apple or a cookie? A bag of chips …

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What You Need to Know About Your IMMUNE SYSTEM


By Sheryl Hensel As long as your immune system is running smoothly, you don’t even notice it’s there or think about what it’s doing. What happens when it doesn’t work properly? Diseases like Colorectal Cancer, Endometriosis, Kidney Disease, Vision Impairments, and Brain Disorders to name a few start to set …

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Excessive Bleeding and Pain Lead Many Women to Believe That a Hysterectomy is Their Only Option – Not True

By Parveen Vahora, M.D. It’s not uncommon for women to experience heavy bleeding due to fibroids or cysts at various stages in their life, but for many women endometriosis is the primary disorder causing their ongoing issues. Endometriosis and intrauterine disorders can cause excessive bleeding and pain. For older women …

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5 Reasons to Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

By Regenexx Tampa Bay, Regenerative Medicine Knee replacements are occurring far too often today and the simple truth is that many are entirely unnecessary. In some cases, the knee pain may actually be stemming from another part of the body. Even when using standard criteria for determining candidacy, about one-third …

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Finally, There’s Real Relief for Lower Back Pain

When you’re dealing with chronic low back pain, it’s difficult to focus on anything other than your discomfort. The agonizing and sometimes debilitating pain can cause us to lose out on the important things, like spending time with our families, being productive at work, and even the simplest daily activities can …

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Get The Most From Your Beauty Treatment Protocols and Regimens

Beauty Treatment

A common question people ask is what I should do between visits to my esthetician or dermatologist that are the most complimentary to achieving my beauty and skincare objectives. Some protocols used to restore and beautify the skin do so by inducing cellular trauma to stimulate the skin cells healing …

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Maintaining Healthy Friendships

Maintaining Healthy Friendships

By Pastor Timothy Neptune The first step is to realize that you really do NEED friends. Solomon, the wisest man that ever lived said, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Prov. 27:17 That means that we make each other better. It seems pretty important to God that …

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St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Specializes in Pediatric Cardiac MRI

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital has enhanced its services for pediatric and adult congenital heart defect patients with the addition of a pediatric cardiologist with specialized training in congenital cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Ryan Boggs, M.D. A cardiac MRI is a noninvasive imaging procedure that uses magnetic technology, not radiation, …

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