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March is National Kidney Month
March is National Kidney Month

March is Kidney Health Awareness Month; a time for raising awareness about kidney health and sharing facts about ways to keep your kidneys healthy.

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Women and Heart Disease
Women and Heart Disease

“All women face the threat of heart disease, but those who learn about symptoms and risks that are unique to women, eat a heart-healthy diet, and exercise regularly are taking the first steps in lowering their risks for heart disease,” said Louie Coulis, MD, FACC, Coulis Cardiology, SC.

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Make a Resolution to Get Help for Your Chronic Pain
Make a Resolution to Get Help for Your Chronic Pain

Winter and the onset of cold temperatures can jeopardize anyone’s outdoor exercise routines but, for those suffering from chronic pain the bitter temperatures can be especially cruel. “There is often an increased rate of chronic pain flare-ups when the temperatures begin to fall and, given our long winters, people with chronic pain find themselves dependent upon their heating pads, blankets, and heavy clothing,” said Nichole M. Elmendorf, Occupational Therapist and owner of Progressive Beginnings, LLC. Cold temperatures cause muscle and ligament stiffness, which can make moving arduous and painful. “And, sadly, inactivity can lead to even greater pain.”

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