During the holidays we’re scheduled to the max – parties and celebrations fill our calendars. Rich and sugary foods are constantly within reach. And when people get busy, it’s tempting to put off your exercise routine until the new year. If you’re facing these issues, you’re not alone. We all struggle with how to maintain balance in our life and he
For many people, the thought of lung surgery brings up fears and thoughts of worry about a collapsed lung. People often have misconceptions about a collapsed lung because they oversimplify this complex organ.
Does the thought of the approaching holiday season keep you up at night, with a mental to-do list a mile long? Holiday stress can come in many forms, and there’s not many of us who are immune to these common feelings. There are two main reasons most everyone experiences some type of holiday stress.
If you’ve been recently diagnosed with lung cancer or know someone who has, the topic of staging has likely come up in the conversation. Correct staging is important and different for each type of cancer. What methods we use to treat lung cancer depends on where the cancer began and where it’s moved inside the body.
There are effectively two pathways to earn a medical degree and two types of practicing physicians in the United States: allopathic physicians (M.D.s) and osteopathic physicians (D.O.s). Both complete four years of medical school, are licensed by the same state boards, receive advanced training in diagnosing and treatment of illnesses and disorders