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Winter-Proof Your Outdoor Workout Winter-Proof Your Outdoor Workout

During the winter months, exercising outside takes not only motivation, but proper preparation to prevent injury. Emory Sports Medicine physician Amadeus Mason, MD, can help. He has a number of tips for staying safe, warm and dry while training in cold weather, such as making sure to warm up before beginning exercise and keeping fingers, nose and ears covered.
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7 Steps for Better Sleep During Cancer Treatment 7 Steps for Better Sleep During Cancer Treatment

A common complaint of people who have cancer is that they can’t sleep. Being awake at night can be lonely, scary and frustrating even when you’re healthy, but add a cancer diagnosis to the mix, and these emotions can snowball. In certain situations sleep medicines and pain pills may be necessary, but there are some other strategies you may want to try first. Read More>> 


Advancing Patient-Centered Cardiac Care Advancing Patient-Centered Cardiac Care

Emory has placed patient- and family-centered care at the top of its list of priorities. According to the Institute of Medicine, achieving this goal requires “providing care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient preferences, needs, and values and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions.” Because no decision can adequately reflect patients’ values without evidence, Emory cardiologists are actively conducting research to address many of the pressing problems that patients face. Learn More>> 

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PAD: What’s Causing Your Leg Pain? 
Gregory Robertson, MD discusses Peripheral artery disease (PAD), Tuesday,
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