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After coronary bypass surgery, it's important to take an active role in your recovery.
Use this chart to help you with your exercise instructions.
Customize your exercise program with your physical therapist.
Are you a parent of a child with asthma? Take this quiz and stop feeling guilty.
Before surgery, tests will be done to check your health. You will be monitored and kept as comfortable as possible throughout surgery and recovery. After surgery, you may stay in the hospital for one or several days.
A pediatrician, family practice healthcare provider, physician's assistant, family nurse practitioner, or pediatric nurse practitioner can be your baby's primary care provider. The medical specialty dealing with children is called pediatrics.
Everyone feels sad or "blue" from time to time for a few days or weeks. Depression is when these feelings don't go away and they interfere with daily life. Depression is a real illness.
The NG tube will give you food, fluids, and medicine. Read on for helpful information about when to call your provider.
Work, school, or even a late-night movie can require you to be away from your baby. This doesn't mean you have to give up breastfeeding.
Your heart is a pump that is responsible for delivering blood to all parts of your body. Arteries carry oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to nourish the cells, and veins transport oxygen-poor blood on its way back to the heart and lungs. This animation shows how the heart and circulatory system work.