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Joint Replacement: A Quality of Life Decision

When joints are damaged from arthritis, disease or just years of use, sometimes the pain is too much to continue daily activities. Whether you’re 50 or 80 years old, when is the right time to consider joint replacement surgery?

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The Benefits of Boredom

The impact of being overly connected is that we’re always ‘on,’ which doesn’t allow us to relax and impacts our sleep, productivity & mental health. Allowing ourselves to be ‘bored’ stimulates innovation and creativity.

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Medical Advances and the Importance of a Compassionate Approach

Millions of Americans have Alzheimer’s Disease and its impact extends to friends and families of the person with the disease. Is there anything that can be done to prevent it and what research is being performed to provide hope for those affected?

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Overcoming Anxiety and Taking Back Control

When does anxiety become a disorder? When you start avoiding things, that could be a sign you are losing control. The good news is you can learn to confront your worries.

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How Your Newborn Baby Communicates with You

Connecting with your baby before and after birth can set the stage for your relationship with your child over the entire course of your lives together. How can a parent connect with a newborn, who has almost no ability to communicate?

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Intuitive Eating: How To Get Rid of the Rules and Enjoy Food

If you’re tired of diets but still want to lose weight or eat more healthfully, you might consider intuitive eating. Sometimes called the mindfulness approach, intuitive eating is supported by a growing body of scientific evidence.

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Why Heart Attacks Are on the Rise in Younger People

From 2006 to 2016, heart attacks for people younger than age 40 have increased by 2 percent every year. What is driving this trend?

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Achieving Gut Health -- and How It Supports Your Overall Well-Being

How do you know the state of your gut health and what can you do to keep it in good shape? A UH dietician explains.

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