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Featured Coronavirus Cancer Can't Wait: Why Screenings Are Still Important In a Pandemic Fewer cancer screenings mean fewer diagnoses and fewer options for potentially life-saving early treatment. Featured Urology 5 Ways You Can Get Rid of Kidney Stones Passing a kidney stone is a painful experience. Depending on the size of the stone, it's an impossibility without proper treatment. Featured Primary Care FAQ on the Flu: How to Protect Your Family This Flu Season Flu season is upon us. Prevent influenza from spreading through your home with these tips. Internal Medicine The Most Popular Low-Carb Diets, Compared Low-carb diets are all the rage. But each new plan emphasizes different foods. Take a closer look at the menu to see if it's a fit for you. Primary Care The Most Common Skin Rashes You Get as a Grown-Up The rashes you get often change as you age. Before you try home treatments, understand what's behind the break-out. Urology The Early Signs You Might Be Passing a Kidney Stone The incredible pain of a kidney stone is sudden and unpredictable. Watch for these warning signs before it begins. Gastroenterology IBD & Food: What to Eat to Manage Your Disease Certain foods make IBD symptoms worse. Crafting an anti-inflammatory diet unique to your condition can help you reduce flares. Gastroenterology What It Means to Have Inflammatory Bowel Disease This commonly confused bowel condition has greater health consequences if left untreated. Physical Therapy 4 Youth Sports Injuries That Require Physical Therapy Bruises and broken bones are a part of growing up. These common athletic injuries require the care of a physical therapist. Primary Care The Best Ways to Get Rid of Plantar Warts for Good Skip the home remedies for wart removal. Proper treatment of plantar warts requires the expertise of your healthcare provider. News Safeguarding Patient Information Notice The Iowa Clinic takes very seriously the role of safeguarding personal health information. Spine Center No More Aching Back! Your back is a complex body part made of dozens of bones, muscles and ligaments. It takes a team to find the cause of back pain so you can find relief.
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