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  • Why Are Elderly People More Likely To Get Pneumonia

Why Are Elderly People More Likely To Get Pneumonia

After former President George H.W. Bush was hospitalized with pneumonia, the news circulated about pneumonia and the affects it has on elderly adults. Pneumonia is the fourth leading cause of death for elderly adults when allowed to spiral out of control.

  • Why Cancer Patients Opt to Receive Diagnosis Over the Phone

Why Cancer Patients Opt to Receive Diagnosis Over the Phone

After undergoing a diagnostic imaging scan, waiting for the response can seem like an endless amount of time.  The wait for those anticipating a critical response can feel like a lifetime until the vital results are official.

  • What Is An IVP

What Is An IVP?

An IVP, or intravenous pyelogram, is an x-ray test that provides pictures of the kidneys, urethra, bladder, and ureters. An IVP can measure the size, shape, and position of the urinary tract and evaluate what is collected inside the kidneys. During this test, a dye called contrast material is injected inside the arm and then multiple x-rays are taken at different intervals.

  • Doctor Shopping From A Doctors Perspective

Doctor Shopping: From A Doctor’s Perspective

Doctor shopping is crucial in a healthcare world that is in the midst of rising costs. Not only is price a factor when doctor shopping, but finding a qualified doctor that accepts your insurance can be time consuming and draining.

  • Facts you didnt know about X-rays

Facts You Didn’t Know About X-rays

When people think of X-rays, they initially think about bones. But when you take a closer look into this diagnostic imaging scan, there is a lot more to it than meets the eye. X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation that takes internal images of the body by using a broad range of wavelength frequencies. Here’s some facts you probably didn’t know about x-rays that might even surprise you.

  • Migraines The How And Why

Migraines: The How and Why?

Are you one of the 300 million people that suffer from intense, throbbing headaches? Do they make you nauseated, sick, or sensitive to light? Unfortunately, migraines cannot be cured with painkillers or a few deep breaths. If you or someone you know suffers from migraines, here’s more information about what causes them, what research is being done to understand them, and how to treat them.

  • The Flu Shot Pros and Cons

The Flu Shot: Pros And Cons

During the cold weather, the flu can spread rapidly and cause health concerns for individuals of all ages.  With an influenza outbreak in full swing in New York, keeping our patients informed on the benefits of a flu shot is important.  While it’s not too late to get a flu shot, there are various pros and cons associated with the flu shot we want to present to ensure you make the best decision.

  • The Science behind INMI

The Science Behind INMI

We’ve all been there before. You’re sitting in the office, you’re out in an incredibly public place, you’re kneeling on the pew at church Sunday morning, and you just can’t help but start humming a couple bars of that song in your head. Sometimes you belt it out, sometimes you try to contain it. It’s almost always inappropriate for the situation you’re stuck in, but for some strange reason you just can’t get that song out of your head.

  • Start off 2017 with a juice cleanse

Why You Should Start Off 2017 With A Juice Cleanse

A New Year signifies a new beginning for those looking to improve their health regime.  While getting on the right track can be a daunting task, a juice cleanse may be the perfect way for you to start off 2017. 

  • Difference between an MRI and a CT scan

What’s the Difference Between an MRI and a CT?

Diagnostic imaging scans can seem intimidating and confusing to people, especially when a doctor recommends a scan to diagnose a health concern.  We understand your concerns and are here to clear up the difference between two of the most popular scans recommended by doctors, CT scans and MRI’s.