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Knee replacement surgery leads back to ballroom dancing – and so much more!

Reluctant to face knee surgery, Sandy suffered with debilitating knee pain for over five years. Finally in 2022, she had not one – but two knee replacements, one in April and one in July!

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Conditions & Symptoms
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Double diagnosis: How an ER visit after a fall leads to a cancer discovery

The story of Marilee Wires’ journey with thyroid cancer began by accident. She fell down a flight of rickety steps in February 2021. When she tried to get up, her left arm didn’t work.

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Conditions & Symptoms
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Treat your seasonal affective disorder with bright light therapy

Have you ever thought about how your mood gets darker as daylight hours get shorter? You may have seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. It’s a depressive disorder that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern.

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Healthy Lifestyle
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Setting healthy boundaries during a cancer journey

A cancer journey can present a host of challenges that affect all areas of your life. That’s why it’s important to set boundaries that help you take care of your physical, mental and emotional health.

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Inspiring Stories
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Single-dose radiation treatment for breast cancer gives patient her life back

The first time Barbara Sheets had a breast biopsy, she felt relieved. The suspicious spot was nothing more than fibroid tumors—not cancer. A second biopsy years later showed the same result.

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Beyond expectations: Personal approach eases healing process for patient with prostate cancer

Darrell Moore didn’t know much about cancer or how it feels to go through months of treatment. He had talked with his mom about her breast cancer and heard stories about battles with the disease from friends and coworkers.

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Healthy Lifestyle
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Is muscle the organ of longevity?

A lifelong routine of exercise has many benefits as you age. It’s good for your heart, bones and metabolism. Strength and endurance exercises also can help you maintain your independence.

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Conditions & Symptoms
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Nausea from indigestion? No, it’s a heart attack.

The last thing Angie had time for was a stomachache after a retirement luncheon at her workplace. She had three grandchildren at home who depended on her every day and a full-time job at a RV manufacturer that kept her busy nonstop.

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Healthy Lifestyle
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Five apps to calm your mind and body

When you’re stressed or overwhelmed, finding a sense of calm can be difficult. One way to soothe yourself is to use a mind-body app that guides you through exercises to quiet your mind and relax.

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Conditions & Symptoms
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Living long with type 1 diabetes

Ken Yoder was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he wasn't quite three years old. His parents noticed he was drinking and urinating a lot, so they took him to the doctor, who referred them to a specialist in Indianapolis.

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Conditions & Symptoms
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What does it mean when your heart skips a beat?

You and your heart probably have a good rhythm going. In fact, you may not even pay attention to the familiar lub-dub beat that happens about one time every second.

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Healthy Lifestyle
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From stressed out to all in with heart-healthy lifestyle changes

Heart problems are nothing new for Joyce, having a father and grandparents with major heart issues. She herself has lived with occasional pain in her chest and an irregular heartbeat since her pregnancy decades ago.

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