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Is Your Lifestyle Fueling High Blood Pressure Jul 11th, 2021

Lifestyle changes are the cornerstone of treating high blood pressure (hypertension). From the foods you eat to your fitness level, your daily habits influence your blood pressure. Whether your blood pressure creeps up gradually over the years or surges suddenly, look to your lifestyle for clues on steps you can...

Signs of Three Common Prostate Problems Jun 22nd, 2021

Prostate issues are the most common health problem men have. Your prostate is a small gland involved in semen production located right below the bladder. It wraps around your urethra, which enables the flow of urine and semen. It’s wise to know the signs of symptoms of prostate trouble so...

How Often Should I Schedule Pap Tests? May 24th, 2021

In the past, cervical cancer was one of the most common causes of death among women. Thanks in part to regular Pap tests, death from cervical cancer has declined sharply. Every woman under the age of 65 should schedule regular Pap screenings, as they’re a crucial part of preventive health....

Understanding the Different Types of Arthritis Apr 20th, 2021

Arthritis is a joint disease, and there are more than 100 types. Different types of arthritis can affect people differently. Joint pain and stiffness are the main symptoms. More than 50 million adults and 300,000 children have arthritis.  Highly skilled internal medicine physician Prabhdeep Singh, MD, provides a full range...

Important Screenings for Women Mar 18th, 2021

Routine screenings are a vital component of preventive health care for women. Many chronic conditions cause few or no symptoms during the early stages but may silently damage the body for years before detection.  Internal medicine physician Pabhdeep Singh, MD, is devoted to helping stay healthy and strong. Preventive care...

Hormonal Management for Men Feb 3rd, 2021

Hormonal problems are a concern for many men, particularly lack of testosterone. This male hormone peaks around the age of 20 and gradually declines from there. In a perfect world, men would continue to produce enough testosterone to meet their bodies’ needs, but this isn’t always the case. Close to...

Importance of High Cholesterol Management Jan 19th, 2021

While people are living longer, heart disease remains the number one cause of death in the United States. Every year more than 800,000 Americans have a heart attack, and another 800,000 have a stroke. Managing risk factors is key to lowering your risk of heart disease. High cholesterol levels are...

Does Diabetes Affect Mental Health? Dec 15th, 2020

A diabetes diagnosis can be life-altering but learning to live well with diabetes is necessary to maintain health and live a good quality of life. Not only must individuals with diabetes learn how to manage their blood sugar, but you must also prioritize your mental health as part of living...

Practical Ways to Manage Your Weight Nov 15th, 2020

Working with a health professional is one of the best ways to manage your weight. Medically-supervised weight loss programs are designed to help you quickly and safely lose weight and keep it off while taking your lifestyle and current health status into account.  Carrying too much weight has a detrimental...

5 Ways to lower your blood pressure Oct 15th, 2020

More than 100 million Americans have high blood pressure, and many are unaware of it. That’s because hypertension usually causes no symptoms in the early stages. It silently causes damage to the body without your knowledge. Uncontrolled high blood pressure puts you at risk for coronary artery disease, heart failure,...

Managing Common Asthma Triggers Sep 9th, 2020

Knowing what causes your asthma symptoms and limiting your exposure to those triggers plays a vital role in managing your asthma. Common asthma triggers include allergens, exercise, respiratory infections, and intense emotions. Read on to learn practical strategies for addressing asthma triggers so that you have fewer flare-ups.   Respiratory infections...

How a Pap Test Can Save Your Life Aug 12th, 2020

Health exams are vital for women of all ages. Scheduling regular wellness visits even when you are in excellent health is the cornerstone of preventative care. Many diseases cause no symptoms until they reach an advanced stage, and cervical cancer is no exception. All women are at risk of cervical...

Signs You May Have a Testosterone Deficiency Jul 14th, 2020

Low testosterone can have a significant impact on how you feel and function in your daily life. While testosterone production declines as men get older, it can drop abnormally low, which can happen at a younger age than most men think. Nearly 40% of men have low testosterone by age...

The Importance of Getting Exercise When You Have Arthritis Jun 23rd, 2020

Nearly 55 million adults in the United States are living with arthritis. For many people, arthritis causes pain and stiffness that’s significant enough to limit mobility. When your joints are stiff and painful, exercise is likely the last thing you want to do. Most people with arthritis report decreasing their...

Stop Yo-Yo Dieting: Our Supervised Ideal Protein® Diet Helps You Shed Pounds for Good May 1st, 2020

Weight-loss success requires more than willpower. If you’ve tried to lose weight in the past without success, there is hope. Ideal Protein® harnesses the power of ketogenic science to help your body burn fat while preserving muscle. With the help of our medically supervised plan, you can finally shed pounds,...