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The cold weather has certainly arrived and with it comes an increased risk of cold-related injury. While it is important to keep in mind that cold-related injury can occur in just about any month of … more
Whether it’s in your lower back, your neck, or anywhere between, if a spine issue is causing you pain, you’re not alone. Back pain affects four out of five Americans in their lifetime, … more
Mental health-related disorders consist of many different symptoms, signs, and treatment options. It can be difficult to talk about uncomfortable emotions, thoughts, or behaviors at any age , … more
The holiday season, a time traditionally associated with joy, warmth, and togetherness, can become a touching reminder of the fact that loved ones are declining, and this may be the last holiday we … more
Annual flu shots may not be a tradition many people look forward to, but such vaccinations are highly effective at reducing the risk of influenza-related illness. The Centers for Disease Control and … more
No matter how you like to move – riding your bike, kneeling in your garden, chasing after your grandchildren – living a life in motion is important to all of us. That’s why the … more
The two most important plans for a great retirement are a robust 401k and robust accrued health. You don’t want to be arthritic and bed-bound when you retire; you want to travel the world with … more
Where does the word “midwife” originate? Middle English, meaning “with women,” or someone who assists in childbirth. What is the historical context of midwives? … more
Whether it’s in your lower back, your neck, or anywhere between, if a spine issue is causing you pain, you’re not alone. Back pain affects four out of five Americans in their lifetime, … more
A common question we get, both in the clinical and research settings, is, “What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?” The terms and language around these … more
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