Health News

Back-to-School Health Check List

While students are rarely ready to go back to school, it’s parents who have the long to-do list. One of the most important back-to-school tasks is making sure your child is prepared for a safe and healthy year. Updating information It’s easy to lose track of changes in contact information and medical history, but this

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Your Bones: Facts and Fiction

Do you know enough about your bones to keep them healthy? Are the following statements true or false? Bones stop growing at puberty, so my adult lifestyle doesn’t affect their condition. Not really. Bones continue to grow until your late 20s. Even after that, your diet and intake of calcium and vitamin D, as well

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Sports Medicine

Whether you’re a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or a junior champion-in-training, sports medicine will help keep you strong and safe at play. And when injuries do happen, we’ll help you get back in the game as quickly as possible. We care for non-surgical orthopedic conditions and sports injuries, as well as those injuries that

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Good Stress, Bad Stress

We all live with stress. Internal and external stresses—from familiar work and family demands to the shock of random accidents and dangers—are part of life. Our bodies help us respond to demands and threats in a variety of ways, including the release of stress hormones. Unchecked, stress can hurt your health and your quality of

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Lung Cancer Screening

Southeastern Med Hosts CT Lung Cancer Screening On Thursday, February 26th, 2015, Southeastern Med will be offering a CT lung cancer screening from 6pm-9pm. CT screenings are quick, painless, and provide better detection of lung cancer than a chest x-ray. Individual results will interpreted by a board certified radiologist and will be given at the

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