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  • UPMC Expert: Minutes Matter in Stroke Emergencies0

    Every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke, and unfortunately, every three and a half minutes someone dies of stroke. A victim can lose up to two million brain cells every minute during a stroke, but immediate care helps reduce the stroke’s impact and most importantly can save that person’s life. BE FAST

  • UPMC Expert: Keeping Skin Safe From the Sun0

    The warmer weather is finally here and it’s time to swap out a beanie and scarf for light layers and sunscreen to help protect you from the elements of the new season. May is Skin Cancer and Melanoma Awareness Month, a time to gain an understanding about the most prevalent cancer in America. According to

  • UPMC Provider: Give Mom the Gift of Wellness This Mother’s Day0

    Mother’s Day is coming up, and a great time to focus on the matriarchs of your family. This is something they may not be used to since they are usually putting others’ needs before their own. To make this day extra meaningful, make your mother’s health a priority. Celebrate With Wellness in Mind When it

  • UPMC Eye Doctor: Understanding Cataracts0

    Are you over the age of 40 and have blurred, cloudy, or foggy vision? If so, you may be dealing with cataracts. Cataracts are the result of a normal aging process in which the eyes’ natural proteins gradually lose their clarity, clouding the natural lens inside of the eye. This clouding interferes with light passing

  • UPMC Physician: Sports Physicals Set Baseline for Upcoming Season0

    With the ground beginning to thaw and daisies pushing their way up through sun-starved soil, days are starting to look a little less dreary and a little springier. Parks are starting to fill up and clangs of bats are echoed throughout the neighborhoods. This can only mean one thing: baseball and softball seasons are in

  • UPMC Expert: Allergic Reactions and Their Causes0

    Allergies are the symptoms of our immune system’s defensive response to things we encounter that our body deems as “unsafe.” Most commonly, dust mites, pollen, mold, certain foods, plants, or bug stings/bites are the trigger. Allergies can put a damper on enjoying the warmer weather, time outside, and all that the season has to offer.

  • UPMC Expert: Consider Becoming a Lifesaving Organ Donor0

    Nobody likes waiting. As humans, we’re naturally impatient. In today’s world, we have unlimited information and instantaneous gratification at our fingertips – we want it, and we want it now. But imagine being one of more than 118,000 people currently waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. All the resources are still in your hands which

  • UPMC Expert: Ear Ringing Explained0

    According to urban legend, your ears ring when someone is talking about you; according to doctors, it’s tinnitus. This ringing can be described as a phantom noise, or sounds that aren’t actually there, and can include high-pitched squeals or low rumbles. While this isn’t technically a disease, these symptoms, among others that amount to a

  • UPMC Physician: Understanding and Dealing with Heartburn0

    Ever wake up from a deep sleep to a burning sensation in your throat? Maybe chronic coughing? We’ve all enjoyed a night out to a nice dinner, maybe pizza, a drink or two, and chocolate for dessert. Then a few hours later, while in bed, maybe regret that decision to have that last piece of

  • UPMC Gastroenterologist: Colonoscopies Save Lives0

    March is Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month, and its significance highlights the disease to educate on its effects and inspire acting on life-saving screenings when appropriate. The most common screening for CRC is colonoscopy. About one in 24 people will be affected by CRC in their lifetimes which is why we should make colonoscopies a

  • UPMC Oncologist: When to Start Cancer Screenings0

    The latest data from Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. To help reduce the number of cancer deaths, a wide variety of screenings are used by health care providers across the country. Regular visits with your primary care provider usually

  • UPMC Electrophysiologist: Three Letters That Save Lives — CPR0

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, better known as CPR, is a practice used in emergency situations to help someone when their heart has stopped beating and they are unconscious — a condition known as cardiac arrest, often associated with gasping or no breathing at all. CPR is the act of pushing down on someone’s chest to help pump