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4 Easy Steps for Maintaining Your Vision

Mar 03, 2020

When it comes to maintaining good health, most people focus on keeping their bones strong, their blood pressure and cholesterol at optimal levels, and their BMI within a healthy range. However, people often overlook one major part of the body: the eyes. Preserving your vision can be quite easy, and...

Eye Care
Healthy Aging
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How Colorful Foods Can Improve Your Health

Feb 28, 2020

You’ve probably heard once or twice that you should eat the rainbow, but is there really a benefit to having a colorful plate? Other than just making your meal more aesthetically pleasing, a wide variety of hues on your plate can help you consume natural sources of several antioxidants, all of...

Diet & Fitness
General Health & Wellness
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5 Sneaky Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Veggies

Feb 27, 2020

Let’s face it — getting kids to eat their vegetables can be a struggle, but there are ways to get a picky eater to pick up a forkful of greens. By making mealtime more fun, you can encourage healthy habits that will stick with your little one for a lifetime.  1. Pair It Properly  According to one...

Children's Health
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Music to Your Ears: How Songs Can Affect the Brain

Feb 24, 2020

Have you ever turned on the radio and experienced pure joy as your favorite song starts playing through your speakers? While it may just seem like a small moment of happiness, there is actually a lot happening in your brain as you listen to music. From activating connections in your mind to helping...

General Health & Wellness
A woman reaches into her fridge for a late-night snack.

Foods to Eat and Avoid for a Good Night's Sleep

Feb 18, 2020

Have you ever experienced night after night lying in bed, trying to sleep, and counting the hours you’ll be able to rest if you could just fall asleep right then? You’re not alone — according to a National Sleep Foundation poll, more than 50% of respondents reported having one or multiple symptoms...

General Health & Wellness
Sleep Medicine
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How Heart Failure Patients Can Reduce Readmissions With Transitional Care

Feb 05, 2020

A heart failure diagnosis can be many things — overwhelming, frightening, or even confusing. As patients transition back into their daily lives, they might have questions about how to monitor their condition or what kind of diet or exercise regimen is right for them. While many people are...

Cardiovascular Care
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Puppy Love: Why Dog Owners Tend to Have Healthier Hearts

Feb 05, 2020

If you ask a dog lover what the best thing about their pet is, you’ll probably hear about their dog’s loyalty, goofy personality, or general cuteness. However, dogs have a lesser-known power: they can help improve your cardiovascular health. We all know dogs can easily steal our hearts, but here...

Cardiovascular Care
General Health & Wellness
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This Minimally Invasive Technique Can Repair Your Heart in 30 Minutes

Feb 05, 2020

When most people think about heart procedures, they often picture open-heart surgery. However, doctors can repair many common cardiovascular concerns with a single small incision. This is all possible through the power of the catheter, a thin tube that can thread through arteries in the leg, arm,...

Cardiovascular Care
A heart surgeon and an electrophysiologist operate on a heart with persistent AFib.

The Convergent Procedure: Doubling Up Against Persistent AFib

Feb 05, 2020

Have you ever looked out a dirty window on an upper floor of a building and decided it needed a good cleaning? After wiping down just one side, you’ll find that you still can’t see out of the window, and reaching the outside would require a ladder. The same concept applies to treating certain types...

Cardiovascular Care
Dr. Kenneth Liao performs robotic cardiovascular surgery.

Why Robotic Heart Surgery Is Becoming More and More Popular

Jan 31, 2020

Open-heart surgery, a traditional therapy for severe cases of heart disease, begins with a doctor making a large incision in the chest and splitting the breastbone in two to reach the heart. Minimally invasive procedures have gained popularity as less traumatic alternatives since they only require...

Cardiovascular Care