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First Aid for Common Summertime Injuries

First Aid for Common Summertime Injuries

Summertime cuts, bumps and bruises are often minor and don’t require a trip to the doctor – but sometimes, medical treatment is required. Learn how to treat minor injuries at home and when to seek professional help.
7/3/2018 By UH

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Prevent Tick Bites – Prevent Lyme Disease

Prevent Tick Bites – Prevent Lyme Disease

The summer months hold the promise of fun activities like gardening, camping, hiking and simply relaxing in the great outdoors. The warmer temperatures, however, also heighten the risk of tick bites and Lyme disease. Here are a few simple tips to help you enjoy your summer “tick-free!”
6/1/2018 By UH

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Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery. How Is It Done?

Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery. How Is It Done?

Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure where parts of an arthritic or damaged joint are removed and replaced with a metal, plast...

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University Hospitals’ Roe Green Center for Travel Medicine Tackles U.S. Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage

University Hospitals’ Roe Green Center for Travel Medicine Tackles U.S. Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage

For international travelers, contracting yellow fever is among one of the most serious health care risks, making prevention a priority. V...

4/16/2018 By UH

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Allergies or Sinus Troubles?<br />When Should You See an ENT Specialist?

Allergies or Sinus Troubles?
When Should You See an ENT Specialist?

Spring is a time of year when many people experience seasonal allergies, scratchy throats, nasal congestion and sinus problems. For some,...

3/20/2018 By UH

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Breast Cancer Treatment Isn’t “One-Size-Fits-All”

Breast Cancer Treatment Isn’t “One-Size-Fits-All”

Every woman with breast cancer is unique and cannot be treated by any one standardized protocol. Her age, overall health and other health...

3/8/2018 By UH

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