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  • 5 Plays for Men to Stay at the Top of Their Game
    On average, men in the United States die five years earlier than women. Learn the top five plays men can make to stay at the top of their health game. Read More >
  • Who’s Quarterbacking Your Care?
    With a host of specialists and medical providers, patients need someone who helps them “quarterback” their care — especially when dealing with serious, lifelong health issues. Read More >
  • Reshaping and Tightening Without Surgery or Scars
    Sometimes eating a healthy diet and exercise isn't enough to get rid of stubborn facial or body fat. But there are other tools available to help reduce it. Read More >
  • The Facts and Figures Behind Obstructive Sleep Apnea
    As many as 18 million American adults are getting insufficient sleep due to obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Learn more about this common sleep disorder. Read More >
  • Q&A: What Do You Know About OSA?
    Obstructive sleep apnea affects up to 20 percent of the American adult population. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment options. Read More >
  • Cystoscopy: An Advanced Bladder Care Exam
    Bladder cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer with a high recurrence rate, so the need for accurate diagnostic exams is critical. Read More >
  • 3 Healthy Habits to Start With Your Kids Now
    It's important for kids to develop healthy habits early on. Here are three habits children can build now that will help them stay healthy for years to come. Read More >
  • Healthy Recipe: Chile Con Queso
    Cut fat and calories with this healthy side for Cinco de Mayo. Read More >
  • Women’s Health: Four Keys to a Healthier You at Every Age
    There are four keys every woman can focus on now to improve her health and wellness through middle age, retirement and beyond. Read More >
  • What You Need to Know About Bladder Cancer
    More than 3,000 cases of bladder cancer were diagnosed across Georgia and Alabama this year. Learn more about the disease that's affecting so many in our region. Read More >
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