Posts By: UofL Physicians

Any day is a good day to quit smoking

Most people know that smoking is bad for them, but it seems as though few know how to quit. The key to successfully quitting smoking is being prepared. The following tips are from Smokefree.gov. Pick a Quit Date When it comes to choosing a quit date, sooner is always better than later.  Avoid picking a day…
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Food and water safety: What to know before you go

Eating or drinking unclean food and water can make you sick with travelers’ diarrhea and other diseases. You are at risk if you travel internationally, especially to developing countries. Reduce your risk by sticking to these safe food and water habits. Additional Resources: UofL Physicians – Vaccine and International Travel Center Center’s for Disease Control…
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Preventing cervical cancer

How much do you know about cervical cancer? Cervical cancer is a preventable disease, it is the second most common type of cancer for women worldwide. “This year more than 12,000 American women will be diagnosed and nearly 4,000 will die from an advanced form of the disease. When cervical cancer is found early, however, it is…
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Tips to protect and care for your brain

Traumatic Brain Injury is a leading cause of death and disability. Most often, TBI results from injuries sustained in motor vehicle collisions and falls. Sports injuries, violence, and work-related injuries also contribute to these statistics. The physicians at UofL Physicians-Neurosurgery are experts in the surgical and medical treatment of brain injuries and offer the following tips for…
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