Traditional Primary Care vs. Direct Primary Care

Direct primary care vs. traditional

Health insurance – love it or hate it, it’s part of life. Or, at least, it has been part of life for the past century or so. Still, as many as 27.3 million people ages 65 and younger, about 10.1% of United States citizens, are uninsured. Even those with insurance often struggle to pay for […]

5 Types of X-Rays and Their Uses in Modern Diagnostics


X-rays are electromagnetic radiation that can pass through opaque materials to visible light. They were discovered in 1895 by German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen and have since been used in many fields, including medicine, dentistry, and airport security. X-rays can be harmful in large doses but are generally safe in medical imaging. X-rays can detect […]

Living with Chronic Illness: Strategies for a Fulfilling Life

Chronic illnesses

Living with a chronic illness can be a difficult experience. It can have a significant impact on your overall health. So, it is important to understand the nature of the illness, the available treatments, and how to cope with the associated challenges. What is a Chronic Illness Chronic illnesses are long-term medical conditions that require […]

High Cholesterol Solutions: 5 Simple Food Swaps & Diet Tips

Healthy ingredient alternatives for a nutritious meal

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 94 million U.S. adults have total cholesterol levels at or above 200 mg/dL, which is one of the leading causes of heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular conditions. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that’s created naturally by your body and increased by certain foods.  […]

8 Hidden Symptoms of Heart Issues: How to Deal Effectively

hidden symptoms of heart disease

According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women. Because of education and advances in treatment, fewer people are falling victim to the disease. However, blocked arteries are still the number one cause of death in the United States. The risk is increased even more with high […]

17 Ways To Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally

manage blood pressure through daily exercise

Though your risk of high blood pressure increases with age, managing it with exercise can make a world of difference. This doesn’t mean you need to become a marathon runner or even join a gym. Consistency is key; it’s wise to start slow by adding more physical activity into your daily routine.  Regular physical activity […]

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