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Prepare for Flu Season—Get Vaccinated!

How do People Get the Flu? The flu, or influenza, is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that is caused by the influenza virus. The virus spreads from person to person, usually through sneezing and coughing, but also by touching the nose or mouth after contact with an...
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Foods That Lower Cholesterol

Before we start talking about cholesterol, it’s important to differentiate between the two different types. LDL (low-density lipoproteins) cholesterol is what we mean by “bad” cholesterol: high levels of LDL can build up in your arteries and cause heart disease. However, HDL...
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Are Higher Wages Tied to Less smoking Among Male Workers?

There is no denying that cigarette smoking is a major health concern. The American Heart Association has declared it the most preventable cause of death in the United States, and smoking is attributed to nearly one third of deaths from coronary heart disease. While there are...
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Heart Attack and Stroke Risks Linked to Poor Thinking Skills in Seniors

We tend to think of our hearts and brains as acting completely independent of one another. But the two may have more of a connection than previously thought, thanks to a recent study published in the online journal Neurology. According to the study, poor thinking skills in...
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Bhat Internal Medicine Moves Locations: 1619 N Swan Rd.

We have some exciting news to share with you today. Bhat Internal Medicine is moving to a new and improved location about five minutes away by car! For your convenience, our phone number, fax, and email will all remain the same, as will our commitment to treating diabetes,...
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Eating Out is Unhealthier than Eating at Home

When going out to eat, people largely choose a restaurant over fast food. They find the experience more pleasing, less rushed and the food much tastier. Many believe that eating at a traditional restaurant, compared to a fast food restaurant, is healthier. However that is not the...
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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea can be a serious sleep disorder. It occurs when your breathing stops as you sleep, and starts again seconds later. This is caused when the muscles in the back of your throat relax and block the flow of air. This can happen to anyone, but is more common in...
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Sleep Deprivation and the Impact on Health and Mental State

Getting enough sleep is one of the most important things we can do to maintain our health and well-being, but it is something many of us disregard. With hectic work schedules, school, and personal and social responsibilities, our sleep schedules often suffer. Sleep deprivation...
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National Senior Fitness Day is Wednesday, May 27

For more than two decades, National Senior Fitness Day has drawn millions of senior citizens who want to enjoy the fun, good health and community spirit that goes along with staying fit throughout life. One of the leading experts on health and aging, Dr. Gary Small, notes that...
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Diet & Health and the Potential for Disease Prevention

Dr. Walter C. Willett, M.D., DrPH, Chair of the Harvard School of Public Health, delivered a thought provoking presentation recently in Tucson, Ariz., as part of the James E. Dalen lecture series. Dr. Willett is the most cited source in the world on the topic of public health and...
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