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How to interpret your colonoscopy results

Let’s say you’ve had a colonoscopy that revealed a polyp, what does it mean?

Understanding your blood test results

What, exactly, is the difference between HDL and LDL cholesterol (which one’s good)? And what are triglycerides?

How to develop the right mindset for fitness results

When you’re looking to see results and you begin to take those first steps into the fitness world, there are several major factors to consider.

Speedy collaboration results in good outcome for stroke victim

In Betty Chasteen’s case, quick action on the part of her husband and the EMTs, and coordinated efforts of the Edward and Elmhurst Hospital teams...

Immediate Care blood clot diagnosis

After a blood clot in the heart was ruled out, a CT scan confirmed a deep vein thrombosis in his leg and pulmonary embolism in each of Nickerson’s...

6 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Workout

There are some bad habits people commonly fall into that can hinder their results. Learn what mistakes to avoid during your next workout.

5 tips for reducing scanxiety

Scanxiety is the term coined for the pre-test and post-test fear that many patients diagnosed with cancer face. Read 5 tips for reducing scanxiety.

My Pap test came back abnormal. Should I be worried?

An abnormal Papanicolaou test, or Pap test, can mean a number of different things.

How long should you work out?

How long should you work out to see measurable results?

Your genes and your health: 5 FAQs about genetic testing

If you have family members battling cancer, you may be thinking about genetic testing to determine your risk of getting the disease.

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