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    Common Behavioral Issues That Affect Cats and Dogs And How to Fix Them0

    Pet ownership can be both joyous and challenging. Every pet misbehaves from time to time, but when behavior issues become part of daily life, pet owners may be wringing their hands wondering how to get to the root of the problem. Pet owners may not realize they can contribute to common behavior issues. Here’s how

  • Moderate Beer Consumption Linked to Good Health (Part 1)0

    As always, this information is intended for education and entertainment purposes only. Consult with your health care team for all things medical. You read that correctly; beer has health benefits. In fact, early strongmen swore by it. World-renowned strongman Arthur Saxon, from the early 1900s, was one of its biggest proponents. Saxon, star of the

  • Hello October!0

    Ahhhh, hey there, October! One of my favorite months of the year. October means crisp fall mornings and nights lit with jack-o’-lanterns. It means hoodies, boots, and flannels. Pumpkin spice, hot cocoa, and apple cider will fill mugs — corn mazes, pumpkin patches, haunted hayrides, and bonfires. There are so many things that kick off

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    Any degree of discomfort that occurs between your belly button and upper thighs is considered to be “pelvic pain.” It may seem easy to diagnose, as the pain is located in a smaller area of the body. However, this pain could be caused by a wide variety of things and can chronically affect women at

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    ? Mai Phuong, MD Oncology, UPMC If you were at increased risk for cancer, would you want to know? By 2040, the number of new cancer cases per year is expected to rise to 29.5 million according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer. While there are many factors contributing to the rise in

  • Rhabdomyolysis and Exercise0

    Rhabdomyolysis is an issue that athletes or exercisers encounter when exposed to excessive heat and humidity, coupled with prolonged and/or intense exercise and a lack of acclimatization. During rhabdomyolysis, muscle tissue breaks down, releasing intracellular fluid into the bloodstream. Protein (myoglobin) from this fluid may then concentrate in the kidneys, causing a blockage in the