Health Insights Blog

Below you will find helpful health information on various current topics. Many of these articles appear in our monthly e-mail newsletter. Click on any title to read the full article.

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Migraine is More Than Just a Headache

Most people have experienced a headache at one point or another. While most headaches are tolerable or easily-treated, there is no tackling your to-do list when faced with a debilitating migraine....
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What You Should Know About Pelvic Health

It is no secret that pregnancy can be tough on a woman’s body. That said, the weeks, months, and years following childbirth may be easier with support from a Women’s Health Physical Th...
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First Procedures at Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart & Stroke Center Save Life and Limb

On the opening day of Southampton Hospital’s Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart & Stroke Center, Rashmi Sharma, MD performed the first two procedures in the Center’s new hybrid endovascu...
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Sustainable Salmon: Earth Day Recipe

In honor of Earth Day, the Meetinghouse Cafe is focused on serving only sustainably-sourced seafood. Visitors enjoyed a taste of poached wild salmon with grapefruit mayo and wheatberries, prepare...
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Managing Stress in a Fast-Paced World

Maintaining a fast-paced schedule with unreasonable expectations over the long term can cause chronic tiredness, lack of motivation, and even depression. Stress can wear down the immune system, l...
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How Ticks Make You Sick

Ticks are as ubiquitous as any creature on earth. There are 907 species of ticks living in a vast range of climates, from subarctic to equatorial to arctic environments, and from deserts to rainfo...
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The Power of Green

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrate by cooking up one of our favorite GREEN super foods – kale. Did you know? One cup of kale has only 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber, and 0...
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Should You Tell Your Doctor?

Changes in bowel habits? Rectal bleeding? Blood in your stool? It’s not easy to mention these symptoms to your doctor without feeling a hint of embarrassment. For this reason, many patients...
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Why Does Heart Disease Feel Different for Women?

While heart disease related deaths have declined in the United States in recent years, heart disease remains the number one killer of both men and women in our country and in the World. Even more...
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Three Simple Ways to Avoid Heart Disease

February kicks off American Heart Month, a campaign by the American Heart Association to increase awareness of the symptoms, risk factors, and prevention of heart disease. Southampton Hospital i...
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