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Surgery is far from the first move in treating back pain

June 3, 2021
When it comes to back pain, surgery is the last option. Start with a next-day appointment to get the ball rolling on relief.

New study links sleep and dementia — here’s what you need to know

June 8, 2021
There's solid evidence that getting enough sleep in midlife decreases the risk of developing Alzheimer's.

Do you need a therapist? Here’s how to tell.

June 8, 2021
Therapy isn’t one size fits all, because every single human is unique, So to be successful, therapy must be highly individualized.

Grilled Basil and Vegetable Salad: Who Needs A Burger?

June 7, 2021
Versatile enough to be a main course or side dish.

Medical interpreters serve as ‘cultural ambassadors’

June 2, 2021
Cultural ambassador program helps ensure Spanish-speaking patients understand their condition and the treatment.

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