Topics of Interest

How Restoring Vascular Health Can Help Restore Quality of Life

By Gabriel Herscu, MD

Meet Irma and discover how vascular rejuvenation, backed by a multidisciplinary limb preservation team, helped her go from bed-bound to walking again.

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Diabetes and Vascular Health: Understanding the Connection

By Prasad Katta, MD

From neuropathy and nonhealing wounds to loss of limb use and amputation, learn how diabetes affects one's vascular health.

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Physical Therapy and Its Role in Regaining Mobility

By Geoffrey Advincula, PT

Physical therapy isn't only for athletes recovering from injury. Learn how it can help manage vascular conditions, heal nonhealing wounds, and regain limb use.

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How to Reduce the Spread of Flu

By Dianne C. Martin, MD

Keep yourself and your family safe this flu season by knowing who’s most at risk for getting the flu, how you can reduce that risk ...

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Is it a Cold or the Flu?

By Sarkis Banipalsin, MD

Although they may have similar symptoms, the flu and the common cold are caused by different viruses.

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How Does the Flu Vaccine Work?

By Harpreet Singh, MD

Fighting the flu is a global issue – and getting your yearly flu shot is the first and best defense.

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How Dangerous is Smoking Really?

By Jennifer O. Chan, MD

If there was one thing that you could do to immediately and significantly improve your health, it would be quitting smoking.

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Who Should Consider Lung Cancer Screening?

By Jason Chu, MD

Like all cancers, early diagnosis gives you the best possible chance of treating and surviving lung cancer – and that starts with knowing your risks ...

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How to Protect Your Lungs from Wildfires

By Sherry Harrington, RCP

Wildfire smoke is a harmful mixture of carbon dioxide, water vapor, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, particulates, hydrocarbons and other organic chemicals.

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