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Managing Neck and Back Pain: Tips to Prevent Muscle Strains and Improve Your Physical Condition––Centennial Medical Center

As our bodies grow older, we often experience uncomfortable neck and back pain as a result of various muscle strains, nerve compression and worn joints. Typically, neck and back pains do not require surgery; however, there are certain ways to reduce these aches. Simple alterations to your daily life, such as not tucking you phone between your ear and neck when talking or adjusting your computer monitor to eye level, may be enough to ease your pain. […]

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Detect Lung Cancer with Low-Dose Computed Tomography

Detect Lung Cancer with Low-Dose Computed Tomography
Courtesy MercyCare Physicians, Linn County LIVING WELL Magazine

Lung cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer for both woman and men – behind breast and prostate cancer, respectively – but is the most deadly form of cancer for both genders. Each year, lung cancer claims more lives than breast, prostate, colon and ovarian cancers combined. […]

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The Urology Center of Colorado talks Prostate Cancer Screening – LIVING WELL Magazine

Prostate Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life

By Richard Augspurger, M.D., F.A.C.S., The Urology Center of Colorado, East Denver LIVING WELL Magazine

As we struggle through the hot, dog days of summer and approach September, we come to National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Many men are not aware of what a prostate cancer screening entails or when they should be screened. […]

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Stewart's Caring Place: Cancer Wellness Center – LIVING WELL Magazine

There’s more to Cancer than Chemo & Surgery
How supportive care can help you cope
Courtesy Stewart’s Caring Place: Cancer Wellness Center, Akron LIVING WELL Magazine

Medical treatment for a cancer patient is only the beginning of a sometimes long journey. Dynamics of the cancer experience may include psychological, social, spiritual or physical factors. As the patient, caregiver, or loved one, it is common to feel overwhelmed.
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