Health and Wellness

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Healthy Heart Tips

While February is designated as Heart Month, it’s important to take care of your heart all year round.

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Enjoy winter sports safely

Simple strength training and stretching exercises will help improve safety and maximize fun.

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Should I get the new COVID-19 bivalent vaccine?

Because cold and flu season is already in motion and people are spending more time inside, it’s important for those who have not gotten an updated (or bivalent) booster yet to do so.

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Staying heart healthy with type 2 diabetes

By managing type 2 diabetes, patients can improve their heart health and enjoy better overall health.

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Controlling gastrointestinal symptoms with behavioral health treatment

Understanding the brain-gut connection can help patients living with gastrointestinal conditions.

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Perimenopause and menopause: what’s the difference?

Learn the common signs of perimenopause and menopause, and what you can do to relieve symptoms.

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The importance of vaccines

Here’s what you need to know about being vaccinated and how vaccines protect you, your family and your community.

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New Weight and Wellness Center accepting patients

Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinics Nashua now has its own Weight and Wellness Center to provide patients with personal care plans to lose weight.

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What our patients tell us about survivorship

Survivorship means something different for each patient: a meaningful support system, a way to connect and heal, a place to try new activities or an educational resource.

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Is it just a leg cramp or something else?

When people experience leg pain or cramping while walking that improves with rest, it’s often overlooked as a side effect of aging, but it could be Peripheral Arterial Disease.

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