• Put Your Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) to Rest

    Article

    People who have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) experience repeated breathing pauses during sleep. Their loud snoring doesn’t just make them groggy the next day; it often awakens and frustrates their partners. “When people with OSA are asleep, their throat narrows, causing decrease...

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  • A Heart to Heart About Cardiac Health

    Podcast

    Take heart: you have the power to prevent cardiovascular disease. Find out how by listening to Cardiologists William Frauenheim, Keith Frank and Marcel Letourneau discuss important heart matters, from prevention and lifestyle strategies to the latest treatment advancements. Plus,...

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  • Put Your Heart Into Exercise

    Article

    Working up a sweat, as you may already know, works for your heart. But according to a recent study , regular physical exercise—and the more activity the better—may play an even bigger role than previously thought when it comes to safeguarding your cardiovascular health. “Adults s...

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  • Exercise Today Could Help Your Brain As You Age

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    Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in middle age and beyond might help keep your brain healthy, a new study suggests. "Our study suggests that getting at least an hour and 15 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity a week or more during midlife may be impo...

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  • Today, Jon’s Life is Nothing Short of Epic

    Video

    Dr. Brian Paff of Shoreline Orthopaedics routinely provides trauma care to patients experiencing serious orthopedic injury—a blessing for endurance athlete and epic adventurer Jon Ornée . Today, Jon continues to break world cycling and swimming records thanks to Dr. Paff’s surgic...

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  • COVID-19 and the Power of Living Well

    Article

    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in plenty of change, but one thing remains tried and true: boosting your health and immunity is powerful medicine—and within your reach. Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s available to you is a great first step. While there are still unkno...

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  • What to Know About Cervical Cancer

    Article

    The cervix plays an important role in childbirth, but most women probably don’t think much about it when it comes to their health (even in January, Cervical Health Awareness Month ). While cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of cancer deaths for American women,...

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  • Too Much Social Media Time Could Raise Risk of Depression

    Article

    Young adults who spend hours a day on social media are at heightened risk of developing depression in the near future, new research suggests. In recent years, a number of studies have linked heavy social media use to an increased risk of depression. "But then you have to ask the ...

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  • COVID-19 and Taming Holiday Stress

    Article

    The holidays bring twinkling lights, dancing sugarplums and general merriment to mind, but perhaps this year more than ever, the season also has the potential to usher in plenty of stress and anxiety. “The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our everyday lives in many ways,” said Beth ...

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  • Weighing the Option of Bariatric Surgery

    Article

    Deciding to have a conversation about something deeply personal like weight is far from easy. Discussing what you eat, how much you exercise and other lifestyle habits can be intimidating and emotionally charged. But with access to bariatric medicine specialists close to home, th...

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