Swim Lessons: Start Early, Practice Often

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May 31, 2017Post a Comment
It’s common for parents to enroll their preschool-aged children in swim lessons, and even toddlers – but what about infants?

Basics of Honey

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May 30, 2017Post a Comment
Learn about the health benefits offered by local, natural honey.

Fruits and Vegetables Reaching Peak Ripeness in Summer

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May 26, 2017Post a Comment
The abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables at their peak ripeness during these warm months makes it easy to eat your way to better health.

Making Self-Checks for Skin Cancer Part of Your Routine

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May 25, 2017Post a Comment
Most forms of skin cancer are curable if found and removed early; however, skin cancer can also lead to disfigurement and death. A simple way to help catch skin cancer in its early stages is to perform regular self-checks of your skin.

Staying Safe on Your Float Trip

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May 22, 2017Post a Comment
Guidelines to help you have a safe and fun time on the water this summer

National Women’s Health Week Spotlight: Your Pelvic Health Questions, Answered

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May 18, 2017Post a Comment
For National Women's Health Week, INTEGRIS urogynecologist Dr. Arielle Allen answers the pelvic health questions readers submitted over social media.

National Women’s Health Week Spotlight: What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

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May 17, 2017Post a Comment
Dr. Dena O'Leary, an INTEGRIS urogynecologist, tells you what you need to know about the hidden medical epidemic estimated to afflict 40 percent of all women.

National Women’s Health Week Spotlight: Urinary Tract Infections

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May 16, 2017Post a Comment
Studies estimate nearly half of all women will have a urinary tract infection in their lifetime. Dr. Benjamin Barenberg, an INTEGRIS urogynecologist, busts the myths surrounding this uncomfortable infection.

Hepatitis Awareness Month: Why Testing Is Important

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Hepatitis Awareness Month: Why Testing Is More Important Than Ever
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May 15, 2017Post a Comment
An estimated 3.2 million people in the U.S. are living with chronic hepatitis C infection, and most don't know they are infected.

What to Ask Your Doctor Before Starting a Long-Term Pain Medication

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May 12, 2017Post a Comment
People with chronic pain face a serious decision when considering a long-term pain medication plan.

Oklahoma Favorite Foods Made Healthier: Pecan Pie

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May 10, 2017Post a Comment
Can we remake Oklahoma's favorite foods into healthier dishes? We think so! Here's our take on a healthier pecan pie.

The Skinny on Fat

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May 9, 2017Post a Comment
Our understanding of the role fat plays in our diets continues to evolve. Medical research shows not all fat is created equal. The amount and type of dietary fat you eat can influence your health in ways both positive and negative.
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