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January 25, 2019

Around the Clock

There was no time to lose. As the countdown to 2019 began on New Year’s Eve, Cindy Reynolds watched the clock for a different reason. She had to get her teenage-aged son Ronald to the Emergency Department. That evening, he had had a seizure at home and after Cindy spoke with his urologist and he recommended Ronald go to the Emergency Department right away.

When Ronald and his parents arrived at Lakeland... 

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Check-Up: LDL vs. HDL

by Elizabeth Meeth | Feb 11, 2019

When is that last time you got your cholesterol checked? Knowing your total cholesterol number is the first step in making sure your heart is healthy. But that number doesn't always paint the full picture. Listen below as family medicine provider, Roxanne Wolfram, DNP, shares more about two numbers that could impact your risk for problems like heart disease.

In addition to heredity, food can also have an affect on your cholesterol. For details on how you can eat to control your cholesterol, check out our health library.