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Common Procedures
with Shorter Recovery


Calcium Scoring:
A New Look at Your Heart


Don't Ignore the Dangers
of Colorectal Cancer


Ultrasound Surgery –
No Cutting Necessary


Women and Infertility

Laparoscopy: Not Your Mother's Hysterectomy

Strengthening Your
Body's Framework

Common Procedures with Shorter Recovery
Each year, angioplasty, a nonsurgical medical procedure, is performed on more than 1 million people in the United States.* Angioplasty can reduce the symptoms of coronary artery
disease (CAD).
Calcium Scoring:
A New Look at Your Heart

Many people are aware of the risk factors associated with heart disease, such as high blood pressure, a family history of the disease and high cholesterol.
Don't Ignore the Dangers
of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer, which was slammed into the public consciousness when broadcaster Katie Couric underwent a colonoscopy live on "The Today Show" in 2000, is the third most common cancer.
Ultrasound Surgery –
No Cutting Necessary

For some women, learning they have uterine fibroids is a relief. They finally know what's causing painful and embarrassing symptoms such as pelvic pressure, heavy menstrual bleeding and constipation.
Women and Infertility
Conception is a complex process that depends on many factors aligning at just the right time. It's no wonder, then, that an estimated 15 percent of U.S. couples struggle with infertility.
Laparoscopy:
Not Your Mother's Hysterectomy

From bloating and cramps to mood swings and food cravings, not many women particularly enjoy "that time of the month." But for some, a monthly menstrual cycle isn't just a nuisance, it's unbearable.
Strengthening Your Body's Framework
As a child, you probably learned the popular song "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" and had no trouble touching your toes. Today, you may only be able to reach your knees.
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