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Syphilis is still a serious problem

Syphilis is still a serious problem

Sep. 17 | STD can cause grave complications if not treated   Syphilis is a bacterial infection. It is considered a sexually transmitted disease. It usually presents as a painless ulcer or sore (called chancre, pronounced “shang-kur”) on areas of sexual...

Defining health disparities

Defining health disparities

May. 12 | Dr. Crutchfield, what do people mean when they use the term “health disparity”?   Merriam-Webster defines disparity as “the state of being different.” The term “health disparities” refers to several conditions. It almost always refers...

Oral Cancer: a sneaky yet preventable killer

Oral Cancer: a sneaky yet preventable killer

Apr. 17 |         By Dr. Charles E. Crutchfield III and David Hamlar, MD, DDS    Why should I care about oral cancer? According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, someone dies from oral cancer every hour of every day in the United States...

Hair loss: a vexing problem

Hair loss: a vexing problem

Apr. 10 |     Why should I care about hair loss? While the physical symptoms of hair loss can be dramatic for patients, the psychosocial impact can be just as severe. In quality-of-life studies of people with androgenetic alopecia, also known as...
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