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The Scope

Could that Lump Be a Hernia?

Jul 19, 2019

Hernias are extremely common—any person of any age or gender can form one for a variety of reasons. You may even have one and not even know it. Dr. Rodney Barker talks about how you can identify a hernia and the treatments available.

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What is Causing Your Child’s Chronic Headaches?

Jul 19, 2019

As a parent, you worry when your child feels ill. If your child is suffering from painful, chronic headaches, you may assume the worst. But the cause of your child’s pain may be something much more simple. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner explains how stress, anxiety, and screen time may be causing your child’s headaches and how to prevent them.

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How to Fix Droopy Eyelids?

Jul 8, 2019

For many people, as we age, our eyelids may begin to droop. This can leave a tired appearance or in some cases even limit peripheral vision. Eyelid rejuvenation is a cosmetic procedure that can improve the look and functionality of your eyelids. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Eric Cerrati explores the surgical and non-surgical options available, what results you can expect, and how to find the cosmetic surgeon who is best for you.

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What is Gout and Am I At Risk?

Jul 8, 2019

You may have heard about gout in history class, but it’s still around today. In fact, if anyone in your family has suffered from the condition, you may be at risk. Dr. Tom Miller explains what causes gout, how to prevent it, and the potential treatments available for this painful disease.

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