Insights

Apr 17, 2019
Lymph nodes, also known as lymph glands, are a part of the lymphatic system, a component comprising the body’s immune system. They are found throughout the body, but they can only be seen or felt if they are swollen or enlarged. According to medical care centers in Suffolk County, NY, swollen lymph nodes aren’t necessarily an indication of cancer. They may indicate a common infection or a medical condition, like an immune disorder or sometimes, but rarely, a certain type of cancer. Here is a deeper insight to help you understand all you need to know about lymph nodes
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Apr 15, 2019
Protecting your heart not only benefits your health and potentially saves your life, it also helps you feel better and look better. The medical staff at Peconic Bay Medical Center want you to know that your heart health doesn’t have to be a mystery. You have more control over your health than you realize. The key to a healthy heart and cardiovascular system comes down to breaking a few habits. Learn more about the 5 bad habits that affect your heart and what you can do to start making changes today.
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Apr 12, 2019
Your spine is one of the most critical parts of your body that plays a crucial role in your everyday movements. If you end up getting it injured in some way, healing from it after your orthopedic spine surgery will not be easy. Any wrong action you take during this period could end up slowing down the recovery or make your condition even worse. You need to go in with a plan that keeps you calm and focused during this difficult process. Here are 5 tips you should consider if you want a safer and faster recovery.
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Apr 10, 2019
Injuries to the knee can range from minor and annoying to major and devastating, and sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference at the time of injury. The knee is made up of many complex structures, one of the most important being the ACL. Read on to learn more about this crucial ligament, common ways it gets injured, signs and symptoms of ACL injuries, and what can be done about an ACL tear.
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Apr 8, 2019
If you have a heart arrhythmia, chances are good you regularly visit a cardiology clinic to keep it under control. In more extreme cases, a heart ablation may be necessary to treat the irregularity of your heartbeat. Read on to learn more about heart ablations, heart arrhythmia, and your various treatment options.
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Apr 3, 2019
Kidney stones are no fun. Some people say they’re more painful than childbirth. Whether you’ve had a kidney stone before or not, it’s a good idea to do whatever you can to prevent this painful condition.
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Apr 1, 2019
Most people have heard of Parkinson’s disease, but many don’t know that it’s classified as a movement disorder. Movement disorders are neurological conditions characterized by either abnormal increased movements or reduced or slow movements. These movements can be either voluntary or involuntary.
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Mar 16, 2019
Nearly 17,500 spinal cord injuries are reported in the United States each year. Ranging from mild to serious in nature, these injuries can leave both those injured and those close to them reeling from the consequences of the injury.
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Mar 15, 2019
There have been several studies on how high altitude can affect the average person. Not only does it lead to less oxygen flow through the system, it also constricts blood vessels and makes the heart and lungs work a little harder.
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Mar 13, 2019
Has your doctor advised you to get an arthrography? This form of imaging test takes a visual of your joint, whether this is your hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, etc. To begin this test, a certified medical professional uses a thin, long needle to insert dye into your joint and takes a number of X-rays to photograph your joint in different positions.
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