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Fetterman’s Candidacy Brings Attention to Symptoms of and Rehabilitation from Strokes

The widely watched U.S. Senate race between Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz, MD, has stoked conversation and questions about strokes.

In May, on the way to a campaign event, Fetterman had a stroke that his wife has said she recognized when he began slurring words and the left side of his face began drooping. During his Oct. 25 televised debate with Oz, Fetterman began by addressing “the elephant in the room.”

Author Rachel Sauer | Publish Date November 02, 2022
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10 spine surgeons younger than 45 to know

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Publish DateSeptember 13, 2023

Here are 10 early-career spine surgeons making news:

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The Year Of Making Noise

news outletPrevention
Publish DateSeptember 13, 2023

4,300 women. That’s how many deaths the U.S. will see this year from a form of cancer that is entirely avoidable. And in total, this single year, around 14,000 women will be diagnosed with it.

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Doctor gives tips on navigating menopause

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Publish DateSeptember 13, 2023

Dr. Jill Liss with UCHealth Cherry Creek Medical Center joins us for a conversation on navigating menopause.

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This Product Claims To Ease Period Pain. Here's What Doctors Think.

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Publish DateSeptember 13, 2023

If you’re one of the estimated 80% of women who experience painful periods every month, a condition known as dysmenorrhea, there’s a good chance you’ve tried something, anything, to get some much-needed relief.

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