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What is Calcified Plaque?

What is Calcified Plaque?

Atherosclerosis is a serious health condition in which calcified plaque builds up inside your arteries. This calcified plaque causes the arteries to become hard and narrow, which can prevent blood from flowing through your veins and increase your risk for blood clots, heart attack, or stroke. But what exactly is calcified plaque? Plaque is a waxy s...

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What’s a Rotator Cuff Injury?

What’s a Rotator Cuff Injury?

Rotator cuff injuries are common causes of pain and disability among adults in the United States. In fact, nearly 2 million people visit their doctors each year because of rotator cuff problems, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. The risk for rotator cuff injuries increase with age. A rotator cuff injury can cause pain and we...

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What Happens During a Stroke?

What Happens During a Stroke?

A stroke is a medical emergency that prevents a part of your brain from getting the oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood it needs. More specifically, stroke affects the arteries that carries blood to and within your brain. A stroke can have devastating consequences, including disability and even death. Understanding what happens during a stroke can help...

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What Causes Bone Loss?

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Bones are incredibly strong. In fact, ounce for ounce, bones are stronger than steel and some bones are about four times stronger than concrete. Bones are so strong for their weight because of the density of the material in bones and the way bones constantly rebuild themselves. Unfortunately, bones can lose some of the density that keeps them stron...

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What is Ischemic Colitis?

What is Ischemic Colitis?

Schemic colitis is an inflammatory condition affecting the large intestine, also known as the colon or bowel. It develops when there is not enough blood flow to the colon. Ischemic colitis (IC) can be acute, which means it develops and goes away quickly, or it can be a chronic, long-term condition. Like many other organs, the colon depends on a ste...

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What is a Lung Nodule?

What is a Lung Nodule?

A lung nodule is an abnormal growth that forms in a lung. Also known as a pulmonary nodule, lung nodules are common. While they are usually benign, or not cancerous, pulmonary nodules may be a sign of lung cancer in some cases. Your doctor and radiologist use various imaging techniques to detect, measure, and help assess lung nodules. Doctors often...

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Mammogram Screening after a COVID Vaccination

Mammogram Screening after a COVID Vaccination

Getting a mammogram screening is one of the most important things you can do for your health, and so is getting a coronavirus vaccination. Doctors recommend undergoing both procedures to help prevent serious disease, such as advanced breast cancer and COVID, which could result in death. However, many doctors are recommending that women put off thei...

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What Are the Stages of Chronic Venous Insufficiency?

What Are the Stages of Chronic Venous Insufficiency?

Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a long-term vein condition that worsens over time. Doctors measure the progression of CVI in stages. Each stage of the condition can cause different signs and symptoms; treatment for CVI can vary according to its stage. CVI is a condition that affects the veins of the legs. Arteries carry oxygen-rich blood from...

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