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August 2020
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Back surgery

Often the best last resort

Surgery isn't appropriate for just any type of back pain. But when it is, newer techniques are sometimes allowing for a speedier, though still challenging, recovery.

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Sodium intake

American adults often consume more sodium than is recommended, and most of the total sodium intake comes from processed and restaurant foods.
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Second Opinion

My husband has cognitive decline that's worsening. He also loves his firearm collection. Should I be concerned?

You have reason to be concerned. Having firearms becomes increasingly risky as mild cognitive impairment slides into more-severe dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

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