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“Cut the salt.” If you’ve heard these words from your doctor, you may be wondering where to start. After all, salt is an ever-present part of the modern diet, especially in pre-packaged food. Never fear. A few simple tips and tricks can help you reduce your sodium intake. Start with the following advice from Julia … Read More
Improving blood flow without surgery or medications may seem impossible, but a unique outpatient therapy called Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) is proving effective. It is an option for some patients with unrelieved chest pain caused by angina. EECP is a non-invasive therapy provided on an outpatient basis that does not require the use of any … Read More