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International travel, especially to rural areas and developing countries, may put your health at risk. Vaccines are often recommended in order to prevent travelers from harmful and potentially life-threatening illnesses. It is important to discuss any travel plans, especially trips outside of the country with a physician.
By DuPage Medical Group Cardiology
Knowing your family history and having open, proactive discussions with your physician is crucial to maintaining good health. Hear how a DMG patient survived cardiac arrest and continues to partner with his physicians to keep his heart healthy.
By DuPage Medical Group
Health insurance premiums, deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses continue to climb, making health care feel more expensive than ever before. Understanding your insurance coverage and available benefits can help. For example, most commercial insurance plans cover the cost of a preventive or wellness visit each year. Read on to learn more about what an annual wellness visit entails.
By DuPage Medical Group Fracture Liaison Service, DuPage Medical Group Physical and Occupational Therapy
DuPage Medical Group’s Fracture Liaison Service and Physical Therapy team have developed tips to prevent slips on the ice, and what to do if a slip or fall occurs.
By DuPage Medical Group Pulmonary Medicine
Most people take precautions to cover skin up to protect against frostbite in colder weather. Did you know the cold air can put your lungs and health at risk?
Prostate cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in males, affecting approximately 1 in 7 men. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates that in 2017, more than 161,000 new cases will be diagnosed. Because it is such a common and potentially fatal disease, early detection and prompt treatment is critical. MRI exams are currently the best non-invasive tool for more accurate detection of prostate cancer and assist in the development of the appropriate treatment plan. DMG’s Radiologists explain why MRI’s are a preferred screening option for prostate cancer.
By Dr. Ivy
Winter is finally here. Time for skiing, sledding, snowmen, snowblowing and of course, shoveling. While enjoying all of the festivities and activates winter has to offer, be sure to keep yourself safe. DMG Orthopaedic Surgeon, Andre Ivy, MD shared 12 helpful tips to keep you and your family safe while snowblowing and shoveling this winter.
Topics and Subtopics: Injury & Pain Management
By DuPage Medical Group
Avoiding contact with germs, especially during cold and flu season can be difficult. Germs are all around you and your job is no exception. Shared-spaces around the office, co-workers and even your desk can expose you to bacteria and other contaminants that can make you sick. In fact, a study conducted by the University of Arizona found that the average desk had more than 400 times the amount of bacteria as a toilet. DMG shares some essential steps (and items to keep stocked at your desk!) to boost your immune system and keep illnesses at bay.