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(Kim Norris, LCFA President) - Veterans who have selflessly served our country face a higher risk of developing lung cancer because of their exposure to environmental hazards such as asbestos and … more
(NewsUSA) - Paul Reid’s proclivity for pushing the boundaries in the wilderness extends to embracing what technology can do for people with diabetes.Paul lives life to the fullest—and the … more
(NewsUSA) - New research in the treatment of small cell lung cancer offers hope to patients.     Until recently, small cell lung cancer (SCLC) was considered a forgotten cancer, but now there is … more
(NewsUSA) - En la batalla en curso contra COVID-19 las vacunas han tenido éxito en ayudar a reducir la enfermedad y contribuir a la disminución del número de infecciones en los EE. UU. y … more
(NewsUSA) - In the ongoing battle against COVID-19, vaccines have been successful in helping to reduce illness and contributing to the declining numbers of infections in the U.S. and around the … more
(NewsUSA) - Conozca a Julia García, una mujer de 74 años, amada esposa y cariñosa abuela de varios nietos. Su vida ha estado profundamente marcada por su inquebrantable dedicación y afecto al … more
(Sara Oliver, MD, MSPH, LCDR, U.S. Public Health Service) - As a board-certified infectious disease pediatrician, I talk to parents all the time about the importance of HPV vaccination. More … more
(Sara Oliver, MD, MSPH, LCDR, Servicio de Salud Pública de los Estados Unidos) - Como pediatra especializada en enfermedades infecciosas, hablo con padres todo el tiempo sobre la importancia de la … more
(NewsUSA) - By 2030, an estimated 12.1 million Americans will experience a common heart condition called atrial fibrillation (AFib), sometimes felt as an irregular or fluttering heartbeat. (CDC) … more
(NewsUSA) - En medio de la pandemia de coronavirus, comenzaron a aparecer síntomas extraños.Después de haber sido infectadas con COVID-19, algunas personas estaban reportando problemas de salud … more
(NewsUSA) - In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, strange symptoms began to surface.After becoming infected with COVID-19, people were reporting lingering health problems. Extreme fatigue, loss … more
(NewsUSA) - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health (OWH) has launched a new nationwide campaign, “Stronger than Sarcopenia” [saar-ko-pee-ni-uh], to raise … more
(NewsUSA) - Whether you are recovering from surgery, injury, a hard workout, or just the stress of daily living, a new, noninvasive, innovative compression therapy can help promote healing and get … more
(Diane Mulligan) - Lung cancer is the deadliest of all major cancers, with Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) patients having a significantly lower survival rate than non-small cell lung cancer patients … more
(NewsUSA) - By the time you read this article, three people will have had a stroke and one will die. Stroke is the leading cause of serious long-term disability in the United States, impacting … more
(NewsUSA) - Cardiovascular Disease including stroke remains a leading cause of death in the United States and is the number one cause of death in women, according to the American Stroke Association, … more
(NewsUSA) - The number of deaths from heart disease in America may be rising due in part to a Medicare coverage technicality. Home-based, virtual cardiac rehabilitation is popular nationwide and has … more
(NewsUSA) - Despite having a standard of living among the highest in the world, the maternal mortality rate in the United States has increased over the past 25 years, according to data from the … more
(NewsUSA) -            Fifty thousand people in the U.S. have had their skin cancer cured without going to hospitals or undergoing traditional Mohs surgery, avoiding that treatment’s pain, … more
(NewsUSA) -  The ever-changing landscape of self-care offers consumers an array of choices that can sometimes feel overwhelming. To help navigate through the sea of health information, the Consumer … more
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