What do you do when pain takes you away from your job and doing what you love? Unfortunately, that is the case for millions of Americans living with chronic and persistent knee pain. It is debilitating, forcing some to earlier retirement, withdraw from hobbies and trying to find a new way to live as their mobility continues to decrease. Knee pain has led to 4.7 million replacement surgeries in the U.S. as patients seek to reduce pain and restore function, according to recent data.
November is Lung Cancer Awareness month – a time health care providers bring the number one cause-related killer in the United States into the public conversation to learn more about what we can do to prevent, detect and treat this deadly illness to help save lives. The fact remains that lung cancer kills more people than breast, prostate, colon and pancreatic cancers combined. Each year, more than a quarter of a million Americans are diagnosed with lung cancer and each year it claims the lives of 165,000 people.
It was “the most debilitating thing someone could have,” according to 65 year old rancher and avid outdoors-man Melvin Mills. “It started when I was 45,” he remembers. “Nobody knew what it was.” Then in 2005, Melvin met Dr. David Sandler, who diagnosed him with Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) and warned him it could worsen.
Judy Marshall is making a difference in her community as a result of surviving two heart attacks. When her heart took her off the road, Marshall decided to channel the energy she put forth into driving a truck across the country into her hometown one project at a time. Here is her Oklahoma Heart Institute story.
Please login using your credentials recived by email when you register.