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Genetic counseling is a growing field that impacts various specialties. Here's how it affects and benefits you as a patient.
After three mini-strokes with no lasting effects, John Durbin underwent surgery with Jobst Vascular Institute to prevent the "major stroke waiting to happen".
Physical therapist Bryon Renwand shares exercises and stretches to help you heal after a neck injury.
Outreach coordinator Robin Charney receives a much-needed letter from a fellow breast cancer patient with a shared experience.
An irregular, fast or slow heartbeat is a symptom of arrhythmia. Learn more about the sensations that this heart condition can cause.
Colds and other illnesses can sometimes have "flu like" symptoms, making it hard to tell when you actually have the flu. This infographic can help.
Heart disease survivor Andrea Burgel talks about discovering her unknown heart condition in an EP study with Dr. Tamirisa.
What do toothaches and cankles have in common? Learn more about the symptoms that are often overlooked but may indicate a heart problem.
Though smoking is the overwhelming cause of lung cancer, there are other risk factors to be aware of.
Although typically called "juvenile diabetes," Type 1 diabetes can actually show up in adults, too. Learn more about what causes this condition.
BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 aren't the only genes we can test for. Our genetic counselor describes additional genes associated with breast cancer.
One-third of cancer survivors experience lasting heart damage from treatment. A new clinic aims to reduce these harmful effects through collaborative care.