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December 22, 2014

How to Prevent a Heart Attack (or Not) Part Two by David G. Porzio, M.D., FACC

In my last article I discussed how difficult it is to actually prevent a heart attack. I emphasized the importance of recognition of symptoms related to […]
December 19, 2014

Whooping Cough by Diana Lopez

Whooping Cough. Get the Facts. Whooping cough, medically known as Pertussis, is a very contagious bacterial disease of the lower respiratory system. Just like its nickname, […]
December 16, 2014

The Benefits of Exercise by Shana Laborde, LVN

Regular exercise helps many of the body’s systems function better and keeps many diseases at bay.  It is also a key ingredient to weight loss.  Regular […]
December 12, 2014

If I Feel Dizzy Between Meals, Do I Have Hypoglycemia? by Marilee Taplee

The term hypoglycemia refers to abnormally low blood glucose.  People with the condition postprandial hypoglycemia, literally, “low blood glucose after a meal,” may experience fatigue, weakness, […]