PAD: What You Need to Know

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition affecting more than 8 million Americans, including as many as 20% of...

Finding the Right Team for Your Joint Pain

When joint pain sidelines you from your regular activities, it can be difficult to know what to do. In...

Lung Cancer Risks & Symptoms

In the past, lung cancer was associated with lifelong smokers. Many people felt if they stayed away from cigarettes, that was all they needed to do to prevent lung...

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Serve Up a Colorful Salad

This recipe makes use of a gorgeous vegetable that often gets overlooked - beets! Beets are packed with nutrients and are easier to cook with than you may believe. Try...

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Earth Day: Get Your Garden Ready

This month, why not celebrate Earth Day by cultivating your own green space in your backyard? With a record-setting wet winter behind us, this spring promises to be...

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Get Your Bike Ready for the Road

Springtime is here and one of the best ways to enjoy this glorious weather and longer days is by taking a bike ride. Our community offers lots of well-maintained bike paths...

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Battle Back Against Allergies

Thanks to a record-setting wet winter, Northern California is having a "green" spring for the first time in several years. And while the blooming trees, budding flowers ...

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Donate Life: One Man's Transplant Story

For Mike Reuscher, life and death have been intertwined for as long as he can remember. "I've almost died twice," Mike said. Mike was born with cystic fibrosis, a genetic condition...

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Quit Today, For Good

Are you one of the more than 70% of smokers who want to quit? The first step towards quitting is often the most difficult. But, if you smoke, quitting is the single best...

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From Survivor to Advocate: Bonnie J. Addario

In 2004, Bonnie J. Addario received a shocking and grim diagnosis. Lung cancer. The prognosis was not good.

Bonnie was diagnosed as having a stage 3B lung cancer. She endured a rigorous 14-hour surgery. Then, led by a battery of nurses and doctors, she endured radiation and chemotherapy...


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