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Love is in the air

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Love is in the air

February is the month for romance: Hallmark movies galore, heart-shaped balloons and candy boxes, and fine-dining reservations surge in popularity as declarations and expressions of love are celebrated. In honor of Valentine's Day, Pacific Medical Centers' Primary Care Physician Sara Waterman, MD, who specializes in Family Medicine with Obstetrics, is

A sniffle, a sneeze

Military Life

A sniffle, a sneeze

It's that time of year once again -- sniffles and sneezes galore, cherry-tipped noses running at a constant pace, stomach bugs the culprit behind bedroom confinement and misery. As people navigate the trenches of winter illnesses, getting a proper diagnosis is imperative for adequate healing. Here, Pacific Medical Center's Dr.

From war to watercolor

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From war to watercolor

The life of a military veteran isn't always a glorious one. The things that are witnessed, heard and felt can significantly alter the mind into a place of darkness and despair. In these instances, finding a healthy coping mechanism is imperative to make the healing journey as beneficial as possible.

Happy holidays?

Military Life

Happy holidays?

With the holiday season in full swing, a wondrous flurry of sparkling dazzlement, good tidings and cheer is in the air. Although the chill and frost inspires inner feelings of warmth and coziness for some, it can serve as the catalyst of melancholic hopelessness for others. Seasonal Depression or Seasonal

Homegrown Christmas spirit

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Homegrown Christmas spirit

The focus of many familial holiday traditions revolve around a tree; decorating, gift-giving and storytelling bring people together and serve as the perfect backdrop to memory making during this wondrous time of year. Before stockings are hung and sparkling lights strung, finding the perfect tree is paramount for creating the

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Making health a priority

Sadly, the avenue of men's health does not receive as much attention as it deserves; often eclipsed by the hues of pink and fundraisers associated with women's health and illness. For this reason, Pacific Medical Centers' Primary Care Physician Dr. David True has reached out to advise, inform, and give

Let there be lights!

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Let there be lights!

The holiday season is filled with social engagements and established traditions. From cookie baking to Hallmark movies, to ugly sweaters and mystery gift-giving exchanges, the wonders of wintery goodness make for a delightful time of year. Amongst the whirlwinds of candy canes and Christmas carols, consider incorporating a trip to

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Combating cancer

Breast cancer is an ever-present and unfortunate reality in America. One in eight women are diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime, and it is the second leading cancer-causing death among women in the United States, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. With staggering statistics across the board and

Better with age

Military Life

Better with age

It's no secret that getting older isn't quite what younger versions of ourselves hoped it to be. As years pass, bedtimes are traded for backaches; summer vacations are forfeited for overtime; and the youthful, spritely mentality we once took for granted wanes as our age makes the steady numerical climb.

Work for Warriors

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Work for Warriors

If there is one military-related issue that has gained recognition over the past few years, it is the importance of finding work for veterans once they depart from duty. Although there is a plethora of these types of resources available for servicemembers and vets in general, there is an unfortunate

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