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Turns out making health possible is about a lot more than taking care of your physical body.

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How to Prepare for Your First Pap Smear

For most women, turning 21 has an odd caveat to go with the milestone: their first pap smear. A pap smear (also known as a pap test) is a vaginal exam that screens for cervical cancer.

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Safety

Bike Safety Tips to Ride Happier and Healthier

Spring is (finally) here, and with it all the fun outdoor activities we’ve been waiting for. Especially biking. But before you jump on Big Red (let’s be honest, everyone has a name for their bike) to get some fresh air and exercise, be prepared.

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Sleep

Break the Insomnia Cycle, Without Pills

Nearly 38 million Americans take the sleep prescription for their insomnia. A significant fraction suffers strange side effects.

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Prevention

When should you go to immediate care? Or the ER? Or your doctor?

Wouldn’t it be nice if you never had any health problems—or if, when you did have them, they always happened during the work week at around 9:30 in the morning?

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STDs Are More Common Than You Know

Danae Young, a women’s health nurse practitioner, diagnoses someone with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) about once a week.

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Expert Women’s Care, One Conversation at a Time

OB/GYN Dr. Raquel Ton brings her listening skills, as well as her…

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The Heartbreak of Infertility

Infertility is defined as not conceiving after one year of frequent and…

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Women and Diabetes

About 15 million women in the United States have diabetes, which equates to about one in nine.

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June is Men’s Health Month: 10 Health Tips for Men

June is Men’s Health Month.

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Now What? The Latest Smart Advice on Living with COVID-19 in the Air

Many of the practices you integrated into your daily routine early in…

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Round-the-Clock Resource: How Nurse Navigators Help Patients Through Cancer Treatment

When you’re in a fight against cancer, waiting for someone to return your voicemail can leave you feeling abandoned and helpless.

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Meet Squeezix, the Grouchie who swipes your hard-earned pay

Few things are more discouraging than opening an indecipherable urgent care bill…

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The Best Defense in the Fight Against Skin Cancer

According to the CDC, skin cancer is the most common form of…

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Concussions: What Happens After Impact?

The American Academy of Neurology defines a concussion as “a condition resulting from the stunning, damaging or shattering effects of a hard blow to the head.”

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What Is a Multidisciplinary Approach to Cancer and Why Does It Matter?

If you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, you’ll want…

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Keeping Young Athletes Safe Through Sports Medicine

Sports medicine focuses on treating and preventing exercise and sports-related injuries.

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Meet Gateway Patient Services Health Advocate Coordinator Kylie Austin

Your doctor orders a CT scan or an MRI or a blood test. Then what do you do?

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Blood Tests: A Bloody Good Idea!

We’re out for blood. Want to know why? Blood tests can tell…

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Welcoming you to Gateway Hancock Health

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