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Knee Joint Replacement
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How to Handle a Pain
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Help Your Family Dodge Sports Injuries

What You Need to Know about HPV and Cervical Cancer

Reducing the Pain of Endometriosis

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy: Take Good Care of Your Baby

Is Your Partner Experiencing Erectile Dysfunction?

Taking Charge of Your Future as a Survivor

Screenings Could Save Your Life

Hope and Joy

Methodist Hospital Brings Cancer Care to New Heights

Helping Patients Get Back to the Beat of Life

Heart-Smart Moves to Make Each Day

Knee Joint Replacement for Women
Did you know that of the more than 400,000 knee replacement surgeries performed each year, more than 60 percent of the patients are women? But until recently, there wasn't an implant designed especially for women.
How to Handle a Pain in the Neck
Pinched nerves, poor posture, uncomfortable workspaces and spinal instability – these are just a few conditions that can contribute to neck pain.
Help Your Family Dodge Sports Injuries
Participation in all kinds of sports helps you reap the positive, lifelong benefits of exercise. But with the healthy fun of sports comes the risk of injuries.
What You Need to Know
about HPV and Cervical Cancer

According to the World Health Organization, one-fifth of cancers worldwide are caused by chronic infections. One of these infections, the human papillomavirus (HPV), is the leading cause of cervical cancer.
Reducing the Pain of Endometriosis
Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecological diseases, affecting an estimated one in 10 women of childbearing age. The disease often causes severe abdominal or pelvic pain and infertility, and can develop in any menstruating woman.
Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy:
Take Good Care of Your Baby

At The Methodist Hospital, we offer a range of prenatal and infant care classes that can help you make a smooth transition to pregnancy and parenthood.
Is Your Partner
Experiencing Erectile Dysfunction?

These days, it's difficult to avoid television commercials about drugs to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). The ads may make some people squirm, but they've increased awareness of a problem that many men may have felt uncomfortable discussing, even with their doctors.
Cancer:
Taking Charge of Your Future as a Survivor

You and your loved ones may have focused so much on handling the immediate effects of your cancer treatment chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery that now that treatment is complete, no one knows what to do next.
Colorectal Cancer:
Screenings Could Save Your Life

There's good news about colorectal cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, the five-year survival rate is 90% if the cancer is caught and treated at an early stage.
Hope and Joy
Cancer patients never want to hear the words "stage-four lymphoma." But this is what Keith Saathoff was facing. He would have to undergo a bone marrow transplant to survive and he would have to do it alone.
Methodist Hospital Brings
Cancer Care to New Heights

The Methodist Hospital, an internationally recognized leader in cancer care, offers preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic strategies based on clinical experience as well as scientific investigation.
Cardiac Rehabilitation:
Helping Patients Get Back to the Beat of Life

According to the American Heart Association, 71.3 million Americans are living with some type of cardiovascular disease.
Heart-Smart Moves to Make Each Day
When people greet each other, they don't usually say, "How's your heart doing today?" But considering that heart disease has exploded in America as the No. 1 killer of men and women, your heart health is a topic worth talking about.
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