Month: May 2022

Help your pup live their healthiest life by learning how to prevent Lyme disease

Your dog is a part of your family and that means their health and wellbeing, including preventing parasitic diseases like Lyme and heartworm, is a priority. Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-borne illnesses transmitted to dogs, and data shows that it is a growing threat to dogs in the United States.1 In …

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Worried about power outages? These 5 tips can help you feel prepared

While you may enjoy warmer temperatures, summer weather also brings dangerous storms. Scientists at Colorado State University predict at least 19 named tropical storms and nine hurricanes this year, while AccuWeather is forecasting an above-average tornado season. These unpredictable events and regular summer thunderstorms can produce unexpected power outages. You rely on the power grid …

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Ready to walk down the aisle? Beauty tips for everyone in the wedding party

There are many moving pieces and details involved with planning a wedding, and while the happy couple runs the show, the wedding party also has responsibilities and is in the spotlight. That’s why it’s so important to start planning beauty routines and treatments ahead of time to ensure that everyone is looking and feeling their …

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CRNAs provide patients with continuous, compassionate care

When patients hear that they’ll need anesthesia to undergo surgery or a procedure, they’ll likely start to worry. According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, 88% percent of patients experience preanesthetic fear and in some cases that fear even causes anxious patients to cancel surgeries. A recent American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology …

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Reaching New Heights in Relief from Painful Diabetic Neuropathy with High-Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation

By David Caraway, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer of Nevro Corp. A diabetes diagnosis can feel like taking on a round-the-clock job – from which you receive no benefits, vacations, or breaks. Managing diabetes can take an enormous physical, mental, social, and financial toll. For people who develop complications of the condition, such as painful …

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New survey: Road to entrepreneurial success may not be what you expect

If you’ve dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur, you may think success is a straight road from one success to another until you’ve “made it.” But a recent survey reveals what small business owners have learned: Making mistakes is not the end of your entrepreneurial career. More likely, it provides the key to ultimate success. “Good …

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The National Paralysis Resource Center celebrates 20 years of providing life-changing resources

Dealing with a spinal cord injury is devastating. Facing isolation and lack of information makes an already difficult situation even more challenging. Fortunately, one organization is striving to make a difference by providing free resources to help individuals and their families navigate living with paralysis. The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation’s National Paralysis Resource Center …

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