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Cyclist’s Syndrome: You Can Prevent Pudendal Nerve Entrapment

Most people are unfamiliar with the Pudendal Nerve and what it does. Those who suffer from “Cyclist’s Syndrome” are often painfully aware of its effect.

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Are Your Baby’s Spit-Ups Concerning?

All babies have episodes of reflux intermittently without implying a medical condition. However, reflux episodes can be a sign of several medical conditions. Therefore, it is important to differentiate between...

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Krewe de Quit Helps Smokers Kick the Habit

Trying to quit smoking or know someone trying to quit? Read about how one resource, Krewe de Quit, can provide support to help you or your loved one quit for...

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5 Insects That Sting

Check out these preventative measures to protect yourself from insect stings while enjoying the outdoors this summer.

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Elbow Ligament Reconstruction: The “Tommy John Surgery”

The ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) is one of the main stabilizing ligaments in the elbow and is involved especially with overhead activities such as throwing and pitching. When this ligament...

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Driving Evaluations ... But Didn’t Know Who to Ask

A driving evaluation is a tool used to assess a client's physical, visual, cognitive and decision-making skills that are needed to safely operate a motor vehicle.

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Baby It’s Hot! Reminders About Infants and Sunscreen

Learn more about guidelines and tips for infants and sun protection from our pediatric expert, Dr. Daniel Bronfin.

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Playing Outside Can Reduce the Risk of Short-Sightedness in Kids

Spending too much time indoors is putting children at risk of developing myopia at a young age.

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