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Robotic Surgery Helps Shelly Haney Return to Her Happy Place

Shelly had a total hysterectomy via a robotic surgery procedure for endometrial cancer. She was pain free one day later, and able to return to her favorite activities within three months.

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10 Hand-Washing Tips to Keep You Healthy All Year Long

Proper hand washing is vital in reducing the spread of colds and viruses. These 10 hand-washing facts offer more than just basic tips to keep your family healthy all year long.

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How to Bounce Back After a Holiday Food Binge - Virtua Article

How to Bounce Back from Holiday Overeating

If you ate too many cookies or drank too much wine over the holidays, all your healthy eating efforts aren't lost. Feel better and get back on a healthy track with these tips.

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Is Inspire Sleep Apnea Treatment Right for You?

If you have obstructive sleep apnea and struggle using a CPAP machine and mask, Inspire sleep apnea treatment might be a good option for you. Here's what you need to know.

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Easing Breast Biopsy Anxiety and Improving Precision with GPS-Like Technology - Virtua Health, NJ

New Technology Precisely Marks Suspicious Breast Lumps Before Biopsy to Ease Patient Anxiety

To alleviate breast biopsy anxiety, Virtua breast surgeons use GPS-like and radar technologies to pinpoint suspicious lumps for breast cancer testing.

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3 Changes You Can Make Today to Lower Your Cancer Risk - Virtua Health, NJ

3 Changes You Can Make Today to Lower Your Cancer Risk

The American Cancer Society released new guidelines for how changes in your diet and physical activity can significantly lower your risk for cancer. Start today with these tips.

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What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer Screenings - Virtua Ob/Gyn, NJ

What to Know About Cervical Cancer Screenings

While cervical cancer screening guidelines advise that women need less frequent Pap smears, you still need annual pelvic exams. Learn more.

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Local Pastor Makes Kidney Health Mission of Ministry

Chronic kidney disease is not stopping Pastor Derek Gatling from serving the community. He has made health a focus of his ministry.

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Complex Spine Surgery Helps Anthony Get Back in the Water

Penn Medicine Virtua Health neurosurgeons removed a tumor from Anthony Marshall’s spine, allowing him to return to work and the activities he enjoys.

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Your 10-Step Checklist for Men's Health

Hey guys: Taking a proactive approach to your well-being can keep you healthy and going strong for years to come. Here are some steps to get started.

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4 Tips for Living with a Digestive Disorder

Digestive disorders can be uncomfortable, but they don’t have to control your life. Diet and lifestyle changes can ease your symptoms and manage your condition.

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Watchman Heart Device Traps Blood Clots, Reduces Risk of Stroke

The Watchman device reduces the risk of stroke in people with the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation. Cardiologist Heath Saltzman, MD, explains how it works.

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Apple Spice Cake

Apple Spice Cake

The anti-inflammatory properties and high fiber in apples can improve kidney function. Try this apple spice cake for a sweet and satisfying treat.

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Chipotle Shrimp Tacos

Chipotle Shrimp Tacos

Shrimp is low in phosphorus, making it a good choice for those with kidney disease. Try these shrimp tacos for your next Taco Tuesday, or any night of the week!

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Air Fryer Salmon with Roasted Asparagus

Air Fryer Salmon with Roasted Asparagus

Salmon is a great choice if you're looking for a meal to boost kidney health. Paired with asparagus, a natural diuretic, this quick and easy recipe is a great, kidney-friendly meal.

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