10 Ways to Give Your Heart Some Love This Month

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease kills more Americans than any other medical condition. In 2016, more people died from heart disease than from accidents, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia combined.

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Battling Hoarseness or Acid Reflux?

Do you know someone that continually sounds like they have a frog in their throat? If so, they may have chronic hoarseness caused by acid reflux.

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Women’s Health 101: OB-GYN, MFM, REI are acronyms you need to know

As a woman, you may experience many unique health related issues and/or miracles throughout your life. And as you research various topics, you may see that women’s health has a jargon specific to the field. The following guide outlines three common terms linked to women’s health.

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What is Academic Medicine & Why Does It Matter?

When you think of medicine and healthcare, do you typically consider how your doctor was trained? Where he or she went to medical school? Do you wonder what sort of diversity in treatments or diseases they were exposed to during, and after, medical school?

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Protecting Your Future: 10 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Developing Cancer

February was National Cancer Prevention Month. According to the American Association for Cancer Research, more than 40 percent of cancers in the U.S. can be attributed to preventable causes. There is no better time to start taking the following steps to protect your health for the long haul. Drastically reduce your risk of developing cancer with these 10 tips from SIU Medicine. 

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