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Male Dermatologist exams a mole on a patient's shoulder


Dec, 2018

When Should I See a Dermatologist?

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When you have a problem with your skin that isn’t getting better or if you have certain concerns about your skin, it’s time to see a dermatologist. Some skin problems are mild ones that don’t require any type of…

Colonoscopy scheduled on a calendar


Nov, 2018

When Should I Get a Colonoscopy?

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Having a colonoscopy is an important part of screening for colon cancer and other disorders that affect the gastrointestinal system. When you should get one depends on certain factors, such as your age and risk of colon cancer. Find out more about colonoscopies, so you can determine if it’s time to have one done. Uses for a Colonoscopy Why should you consider having a colonoscopy done? This test can show…

Senior woman in a massage treatment.


Sep, 2018

What is Vascular Screening?

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Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a condition that refers to any disease or disorder of your circulatory system outside of your brain and heart. It’s a broad term that can mean any disorder that affects any of your blood vessels. PVD is sometimes called peripheral artery disease (PAD). The difference is PAD involves only the arteries and PVD includes both arteries and veins. What Is Peripheral Vascular Disease? PVD is…

Ingrown toenail on left foot


Jul, 2018

How to Get Rid of a Ingrown Toenail

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What Is an Ingrown Toenail? An ingrown toenail happens when the side border of your toenail starts to dig inward and irritate the skin of your toe. An ingrown toenail is most likely to happen with the big toe of either foot. However, it can happen to any toe under the right circumstances. What Causes an Ingrown Toenail? An ingrown toenail is most frequently caused by shoes that are too…

Doctor Checks Patient's Heart


May, 2018

Should I get an Echocardiogram?

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Heart problems need to be treated promptly to lower your risk of serious complications, but they’re not always easy to detect. Having an echocardiogram done helps doctors find heart problems, so that they can be properly managed. Find out more about why you might consider having one of these tests done. How Does an Echocardiogram Work? An echocardiogram creates images of your heart through the use of high-frequency ultrasound waves. These sound…

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