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Featured Internal Medicine Managing Your Medication Through Coordinated Care Understanding how your medications could interact and how to best manage your prescriptions to avoid any negative interactions can be difficult, but the coordinated care model at The Iowa Clinic makes it easy. Primary Care Building a Relationship With Your Primary Care Provider Taking a more active role in your healthcare and finding a doctor you trust helps ensure you get the care you need when you need it. Internal Medicine Advice on Caring for Your Aging Parent Approximately 1 in 6 adults in the U.S. are caregivers of someone aged 50 or older. Learn how you can provide better care for an aging parent. Men's Center Men's Health Stats You Need to Know It's Men's Health Month, and we're exploring a few staggering men's health statistics. Primary Care Pancreatic Cancer: Vague Symptoms Hide a Deadly Disease It's one of the most dangerous types of cancer. Yet there's no easily recognizable warning signs or routine screening available to catch it early. Primary Care Even the Young and Healthy Need to See a Doctor on the Regular You might feel invincible, but a regular check-up can catch health problems you didn't know were there — or know were coming. Primary Care How to Spot a Stroke: 5 Sure Signs and 4 Life-Saving Letters Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S. Simply knowing what to watch for and what to do can save a life. Internal Medicine How Much Exercise Do I Actually Need? Americans are more sedentary than they should be. Getting the recommended amount of physical activity each week has big health benefits. Internal Medicine What's the Best Diet for Weight Loss? Diet trends come and go. New research shows the best diet plan is the one that works for you. 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. Internal Medicine Gluten-Free Diets: Facts of the Fad Despite food marketers' attempts to convince you otherwise, a gluten-free diet is only a healthier option for three groups of people. Family Medicine The Best Thing You Can Do for Someone with Alcohol Poisoning When drinking in moderation becomes drinking in excess, the brain and body are put in danger. And there's only one safe way to help someone who has overdosed on alcohol.
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