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Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States. Still, leading a healthy lifestyle can help control many of the risk factors for heart disease.
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Our general surgeons are performing more complex abdominal surgeries using tiny incisions with the Intuitive da Vinci® Surgical System. The robotic platform enhances precision and dexterity, while offering a superior, 3-D immersive view so your surgeon can manipulate tissue and place sutures (stitches) in hard-to-reach areas of the body. Tiny incisions mean less pain, less scarring, shorter hospital stays, and a faster recovery.
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Do you struggle with eating too many sweet and salty foods? Learn 6 ways to fight the urge!
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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a term that describes a range of liver conditions among people who drink little to no alcohol.
Ion Robotic Equipment Room and Technicians with a PAtient | Doylestown Health
Called the Ion Endoluminal System, Doylestown Hospital is offering this robotic-assisted platform for minimally invasive biopsy in the lung. 
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Sleep expert Les Szekely, MD from Doylestown Health’s Sleep Center discusses why it’s important to get enough sleep. 
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Can you name 15 indoor activities your kids can do when cold weather hits and they're cooped up inside? We can!
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For those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), the most wonderful time of the year can be the most challenging time of the year. Read the 5 Step Holiday Survival Guide for IBS to help make the season bright.
Dr. Scott Levy, vice president and chief medical officer | Doylestown Health
Dr. Scott Levy, vice president and chief medical officer of Doylestown Health, discusses the evolution of COVID-19, boosters, and considerations for the upcoming flu season.
Man and woman in kitchen holding up holiday turkey | Doylestown Health

This year, keep your holidays healthier with The Simple Weigh, our easy-to-follow program focused on whole foods, personalized goal setting, education, and group support. We offer a multifaceted look at lifestyle habits regarding food, physical activity and mindfulness designed to guide you into lifelong weight management success.

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Did you know that two-thirds of breast cancers at Doylestown Health are detected through mammograms? Read on to learn more and boost your knowledge about breast cancer screening.
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Almost every woman can benefit from pelvic floor physical therapy after giving birth — whether you have a cesarean or vaginal delivery. The force and strain of pregnancy can cause trauma and injury to your pelvic floor, which can lead to leaking, discomfort and other quality of life issues. Read on to discover how two sisters conquered postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction.

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