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When stopping to smell the flowers causes you more discomfort than delight, it may be time to see an allergist about your seasonal allergies. Different allergens are produced throughout the year, so you're not alone if you can't catch a break from seasonal allergies. ...
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Did you know that skin is the body’s largest organ and can be the key to learning more about your unique allergy triggers? Skin testing usually takes two forms: percutaneous (skin pricks) or intradermal (under the skin) allergy testing. ...
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Cardiac anesthesia is a highly specialized process by which anesthesiologists use medications to gently place you into a pain-free, unconscious sleep during heart surgeries and diagnostic procedures. ...
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Neuroanesthesia is a type of anesthesia that gently places you into a pain-free, unconscious sleep during brain or spine surgery. A neuroanesthesiologist is by your side before, during and after surgery to ensure you’re in the safest hands possible. ...
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Pain can range in intensity from an irritating nuisance to a complete disruption of your day-to-day life. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Our pain management specialists are here to help you feel more comfortable when faced with chronic pain or cancer pain. ...
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We prefer to be over-prepared when your health is in our hands. So when you’re scheduled for an elective surgery, we’ll take you through a preoperative assessment. ...
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Your well-being is important, and we're here to diagnose and treat your condition with empathy and compassion. Receiving a mental health diagnosis is the first step to improving the quality of your life. You can manage your symptoms like any chronic condition with the right treatment plan and support. ...
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Getting care for behavioral health can be challenging, especially if your family or culture is not accustomed to it. Our program connects you to bilingual doctors who understand your background and respect your experiences, personal beliefs and values. ...
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If you suspect you have a learning disorder or a condition that can make focusing hard, like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or attention deficit disorder (ADD), college may seem daunting.We're here to help you get the right diagnosis and support for a rewarding college experience. ...
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Managing your mental health isn't something you have to do alone. Getting help from experts like us can do wonders for your well-being. ...
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Living with a mood disorder can impact your daily life. We specialize in treating mood disorders and can help you balance your emotions.Mood disorders are a group of mental health conditions that cause you to experience severe sadness and fluctuations in mood, often marked by extreme highs and lows. ...
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The road to recovery from a substance use disorder (SUD) is different for everyone, but treatment is available. We'll work closely with you to create a path based on your needs and unique circumstances and connect you with the support and resources you need for long-term recovery. ...
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When it comes to breast surgery, we know that no two cases are the same. That's why we offer specialized breast surgery services, including breast oncoplasty, tailored to meet your specific needs. We use advanced technology to provide the best possible care whether you require a lumpectomy, mastectomy, reconstructive surgery or other breast procedure. ...
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Blood disorders, also known as hematologic disorders, affect 1 or more components of blood — plasma, platelets, red blood cells and white blood cells — by preventing blood from behaving as it should. We specialize in diagnosing, treating and developing new therapies for blood disorders like anemia, hemophilia and thrombotic diseases. ...
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We are dedicated to helping cancer survivors who are now between the ages of 18–39 navigate their post-treatment health journey. Our personalized survivorship care plans provide detailed information about your cancer care, medical history and recommended follow-up care.  ...
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Bladder cancer affects the cells that make up the bladder, which is a softball-sized organ that stores urine. Bladder cancer shares common symptoms with other non-cancerous conditions, so it’s important to be in tune with your health and note any possible changes that could change its rhythm. ...
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Colon and rectal cancer (also known as colorectal cancer) accounts for cancers that begin in the colon and rectum. These cancers are often grouped together because they share many symptoms, testing methods and treatments. Colorectal cancer is preventable with the proper screenings, so it's important to stay on top of your colon health with your doctor. ...
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Esophageal cancer is a cancer of the esophagus, which is a tube-like organ that sits between the mouth and the stomach. ...
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Gallbladder cancer is a rare form of cancer that starts in the gallbladder — a small, pear-shaped organ underneath the liver. We personalize each treatment path based on 2 factors: if the gallbladder cancer is resectable (completely removed with surgery) or unresectable (unable to be removed with surgery). ...
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Genitourinary (GU) cancer focuses on cancers that affect the urinary system (urology) and the male reproductive system. These include cancers of the bladder, kidneys, penis, prostate and testicles. ...
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