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Why They Didn’t Leave…

Join us at the Annual Walk a Mile in Their Shoes event on April 6, 2019. Register today at www.gbmc.org/walkamile. This webpage is for informational…

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Orthopaedic Injury? Here’s What to Know – and When to Seek Help

Make no bones about it; orthopaedic injuries are not something to be taken lightly. A medical subspecialty that focuses on injuries and disorders of the…

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IBS? Here’s the Proper Treatment

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, bringing digestive issues front and center. Digestive disorders can affect the upper or lower gastrointestinal system, from the esophagus…

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Dr. Kimberly Levinson Discusses New Findings in Gynecologic Surgery Study

According to the American Cancer Society, 13,000 new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed in the U.S., and the disease leads to more than 4,000…

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GYN Cancer: Are You at Risk for a Gynecologic Cancer?

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, an initiative that seeks to educate women about the issues and conditions that lead to more than 13,000 new…

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The Easiest Ways to Meet Your New Year’s Resolutions

This webpage is for informational purposes only and not intended as medical advice or a substitute for a consultation with a professional healthcare provider. Share…

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Donating Blood Can Be Vital For Cancer Patients

Most people know about the need for blood donations when it comes to major catastrophes and emergency situations, but some might not realize just how…

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Multiple Sclerosis: Why Are Women More at Risk?

Every week in the U.S., about 200 people are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or MS. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, four times as…

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Debunking Myths of Teen Depression

Don’t be fooled by common myths about depression among teens. Psychiatrist Leslie Miller, M.D., explains what parents need to know. Myth #1: “He has everything….

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Microvascular Angina: Why Women Shouldn’t Ignore Chest Pain and Fatigue

A sharp twinge, a sense of heaviness — we’ve all felt chest pain from time to time. Sometimes it’s indigestion or a panic attack. But…

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Mental Health Among African-American Women

It’s true that everyone experiences temporary periods of sadness, and times of worry and nervousness. But what about when those feelings won’t go away? Too…

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SLAP Tear Prevention Tips for Baseball and Softball Players

A SLAP tear can be a serious injury no matter your age or professional level. It is common in baseball and softball pitchers, position players…

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6 Reasons Why Your Wound Won’t Heal

Contrary to popular belief, time doesn’t necessarily heal all wounds. According to Jennifer Heller, M.D., medical director of GBMC’s Wound Center, the body usually goes…

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5 Health Problems You’re Actually Not Too Young For

If you’re a woman in your 20s, you probably think you don’t have to worry about health problems such as strokes and colon cancer yet….

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Decode Your Stress Management Skills

Almost everyone experiences some form of stress. Take this quick quiz to discover what Johns Hopkins research has determined to be the best, heart-friendliest ways…

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