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Help! I'm Struggling to Lose Weight Nov 1st, 2020

If losing weight was easy, carrying excess pounds probably wouldn’t be so common. Two out of three people in the United States are overweight or obese. And while there’s no shame in struggling with your weight, it’s important to know that positive change is possible with proper effort and support....

How Often Should I Have Pap Smears? Oct 11th, 2020

Did you know that routine Pap smears not only detect early signs of cancer but can catch the disease before it ever develops? But how often do you need to get a Pap smear? Our caring team of experts at Arundel Medical Group, Inc. offers gynecology services, including Pap smears,...

Telltale Signs of Anemia Aug 26th, 2020

If you’ve been feeling weak or tired lately, even with adequate rest, there’s a chance you’re experiencing the effects of anemia. Nearly three million medical visits per year in the United States stem from this condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which doesn’t include the many...

Depression: More than the "Blues" Jul 17th, 2020

Everyone feels sad or depressed on occasion. When you have major depression, however, these feelings and related symptoms make it difficult to lead a full life. In some cases, depression is extremely debilitating, making it difficult to maintain a job, fulfilling relationships, or everyday responsibilities.  While it’s easy to feel...

What to Do When You Have a Deep Cut Jun 23rd, 2020

Most everyone experiences a fairly deep cut at some point. While cuts that aren’t bleeding heavily, run less than a ½-inch long, and don’t involve your face can often be managed at home and without the need for stitches, they still require proper care. Whether your deep cut only needs...

5 Ways Your Life Changes After a Diabetes Diagnosis May 8th, 2020

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with diabetes, your life will likely change in a range of ways. These lifestyle shifts are all meant to improve your health and well-being, optimizing your blood sugar levels and lowering your risk for complications. Thankfully, you won’t have to go it alone as our...

Start the Season Right with a Sports Physical for Your Little Athlete Apr 28th, 2020

Little matters as much as your child’s safety. If your child is athletic, making sure they can safely engage in a particular sport helps ensure their well-being and bring you mental ease. Most states require such an exam before a new sports season, but there are other reasons to consider...

When to Consider a Medical Weight Loss Program Mar 5th, 2020

39% of adults in the United States are considered obese. Defined as excessive fat accumulation that raises your risk for health problems, both overweight and obesity are well worth addressing. Because not all weight loss strategies or programs are safe and effective, it’s important to seek support from qualified professionals....

The Importance of Having an Annual Physical Feb 1st, 2020

An annual physical is just what you need to improve your long-term health. A lot can happen or change within a year, including your wellness. Getting a checkup every 12 months may also inspire you to take better care of yourself, leading to a boost in overall health. Physicals don’t...

Dealing with Depression in the Winter Jan 3rd, 2020

Changes in mood can come and go as the seasons changed. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a persistent down mood that coincides with the seasons, usually beginning in late fall and early winter. If you’ve noticed a depressed mood in the winter, you’re likely not imagining it. SAD affects an...

Myths and Facts About Bipolar Disorder Dec 10th, 2019

When you hear the term bipolar disorder, you might think of the term that defined it years ago: manic-depression. You might also think of someone who is happy one minute and crying the next. You might think the only symptoms that define this disorder are big mood swings. Unfortunately, all...