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What is Endometriosis?

Many people have heard about endometriosis but don’t necessarily know what it is. So let’s start there. It’s a disease where tissue (similar to the lining of the uterus) grows outside the uterus.

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National Caregivers Day

The struggle is real for all the caregivers out there. And we’re not talking just parents, but those who are caring for aging family members, medically complex patients, or people with disabilities. Talk about multi-tasking! That’s a job. 

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American Heart Month: Year-Round Prevention Tips

February is all about the state of your heart — emotionally (Valentine’s Day) and health-wise (American Heart Month).  And it’s fitting because to truly enjoy one aspect of your heart, the whole thing has to be healthy. So, let’s talk about that.  Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in […]

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Prevention & Testing 101

HIV can affect anyone regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, gender, age, or where they live, yet, Black/African-American communities are disproportionately affected by HIV compared to other racial and ethnic groups in the US.  Why? This prevalence is explained by a range of social, economic, and demographic factors such as stigma, discrimination, income, education, and […]

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Cervical Cancer and Pelvic Floors: The Link Anyone with a Cervix Needs to Understand

We get to observe many special days in January, but don’t forget that the whole month recognizes one important cause: cervical cancer awareness. Every January, we spread awareness in the US for this preventable disease (with vaccination and screenings!) to reduce the number of people with cervixes who are diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer each […]

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Telehealth: Tackling Urinary Tract Infections Remotely

Urinary tract infections are incredibly common. In fact, over 20% of all women will experience the effects of a UTI at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, the symptoms of a UTI range in severity from mildly annoying to incredibly serious. The upside? Once signs and symptoms start to pop out, diagnosis (and treatment) is […]

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5 Winter Health Conditions Telehealth Can Treat (and What to Do if Your “Cold” Is COVID-19)

Colds, cases of flu, and other respiratory illnesses are more common in colder months. People are indoors more often, allowing viruses to pass easily from one person to another — and the cold, dry air may weaken your body’s resistance to winter health conditions. If you’re coughing and sneezing this winter, how do you know […]

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Medical Care TODAY From Anywhere With Telemedicine Through Care On Location

Over the last few years, telemedicine has been consistently increasing in importance and effectiveness for patients. Hundreds of thousands of healthcare providers are already using telemedicine, and 66% of patients use telemedicine and tend to trust it as much as in-person visits. In fact, at least 84% of those who use telemedicine appointments are able […]

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Do You Find Yourself Unable to Keep Your Cool?

Care on Location Can Help Emotions are natural responses to events or situations. For example, you may be anxious when heading for a job interview or getting ready to give a speech to a group of people.  This feeling is normal and, interestingly enough, these anxious feelings help us do our best. However, sometimes we […]

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I Have a Cough. How Do I Know if It’s Serious?

Many people in Colorado are dealing with coughs even after getting the COVID vaccine. Acough is one of the body’s ways to get rid of an irritant. When your airways are blocked withsomething that isn't supposed to be there, the brain is alerted. It reacts by telling the muscles inyour belly and chest to generate […]

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