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Malnutrition in older adults
Part one of a two-part series examining how this growing epidemic faces the aging population.
Should I take aspirin to prevent heart disease?
The latest research shows that low-dose aspirin could do more harm than good for some people.
Celebrating 30 years: National recovery month
Mental and substance use disorders affect us all — and people can and do recover.
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Good hydration habits help optimize success both on and off the field.
Care for yourself while you care for your new baby
After your baby is born, setting aside some "me" may be the most important thing you can do for both of you.
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Advance care planning series: Talk
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What I learned about burnout...and how to come back from it
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Diet series: Intermittent fasting
Intermittent fasting alternates between periods of eating and fasting during pre-determined times for better health and wellness. Learn more.
Do you really need to take 10,000 steps a day to keep your heart healthy?
A recent study shows walking 4,400 steps a day instead of 10,000 can still lead to health benefits.
Study shows cost savings, improved quality of life through Facey Medical Group and Providence TrinityCare partnership
For more than 200 chronically ill patients in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys, doctors make house calls. This specialized program has resulted in significantly fewer emergency department vi
White meat vs. red meat - the truth about cholesterol
Learn how meat - white or red - affects your cholesterol and tips for eating more plant-based meals.
5 ways women can reduce bloating
Changes to your diet and lifestyle help reduce bloating caused by gas or water retention. Learn five strategies from Providence that can make a difference.
Is it possible to tap the fountain of youth with a new supplement?
NAD+ is a naturally-occurring substance that improves cell function and repair. Can it help increase longevity as well?
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