Main Line Health

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Main Line Health’s commitment—to deliver advanced medicine to treat and cure disease while also playing an important role in prevention and disease management as well as training physicians and other health care providers—reflects the health system’s intent to keep the local community well ahead. A team of more than 10,000 employees and 2,000 physicians care for patients throughout Main Line Health’s continuum of care.

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Everything you should pack in your diaper bag

If you're new to this whole parenting thing, knowing what to pack in your diaper bag can be a bit of a mystery. It's easy ...

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Concussion’s symptoms can be delayed

By now, you've probably been warned about the symptoms of a concussion. But did you know that, in many instances, these symptoms don't occur until ...

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The health foods you should be eating

When it comes to health foods, there is no shortage of options out there, and certainly no lack of recommendations about what we should or ...

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How to find the right antidepressant? Take genetic test to find out

It's not unusual for patients to come to Bob Denitzio, MD, after having tried five to 10 different antidepressant medications with little to no success, ...

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Heart palpitations: When should you worry?

It seems as though almost everyone has heard a cautionary tale about heart health. An unrecognized symptom, an undetected heart condition, or pushing your heart ...

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Tips to ease summer joint pain

Winter gets a bad reputation for doing damage to your joints. Slick surfaces, sub-zero temperatures and snowy days can mean achy joints and a greater ...

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For an outdoor workout, try gardening

Green thumb or not, more people are trying their hand at the lifelong hobby of gardening. And with good reason, too—many surveys have ranked gardening ...

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Using food to fight inflammation

Chances are, you've heard reference to inflammation at some point, maybe from your care provider or even in your own research about health and wellness. ...

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With exercise, some is better than none

Exercising is an important way to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease. Unlike your age or genetics, it's something you control. And the good news? ...

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