Unexpected Heart Attack Symptoms You Need to Know

February 19th, 2018 by Pacific Family Practice in Prevention

Many of us have a general understanding of what someone having a heart attack looks like, or we can assume what a heart attack feels like. However, these perceptions can be either underexaggerated or downplayed, and thus an opportunity to ...

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January Is Cervical Health Awareness Month

January 18th, 2018 by Pacific Family Practice in Prevention, Primary Care

We cannot always take proactive steps to prevent serious illness. Sometimes such illnesses occur without any of the usual markers – poor lifestyle habits, genetics, or risk pool. However, in the case of cervical cancer, women have clear sources of prevention an...

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Can I Prevent Heart Disease?

December 14th, 2017 by Pacific Family Practice in Primary Care, Prevention

Pacific Family Practice recognizes the seriousness of heart disease in the United States. Heart disease impacts both men and women, and is responsible for about one in four deaths in America, according to the CDC. American Indians, Asians and African ...

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