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Yoga and Your Body

September is National Yoga Awareness Month, designed to educate the health benefits of yoga and to inspire a healthy lifestyle. See below for how this ancient form of exercise eliminates stress and revs you up - both physically and mentally:

Nutrients for Brain Health

Genetics and exercise aren't the only things that play a role in brain health, diet is quite influential too. While researchers continue to conduct studies on the matter, results have started to pinpoint certain nutrients associated with improved cognitive function and memory.

Understanding a Computed Tomography (CT) Scan

Since the late 1970s, CT scans have been very useful in helping doctors find cancer in patients. But how does it work? And what will you experience? Read on to learn more.

New Findings in Brain Scans of OCD Patients

Cognitive-behavioral therapy(CBT) has shown success in patients with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and now researchers have found that they may be able to predict OCD patients’ response to treatment using a brain scan.

New Study - Birth Control Pills May Lower Endometrial Cancer Risk

For years, hormonal contraception has been a bit of a double-edged sword. Some suggest this pill increases a woman’s risk of developing certain cancers, while others claim the opposite. However, a recent study ends the debate for at least one form of cancer: endometrial cancer.

Medical Arts Radiology | X-Ray Commercial

An x-ray style commercial by Medical Arts Radiology which showcases our X-ray services. Our x-rays use the lowest radiation dose, plus the images are top quality, and we provide same-day results. To top it off, the Radiologists are all sub-specialized and trained at top hospitals, so you can rest assured knowing that Medical Arts Radiology is the right place, no bones about it.

Urine Test Could Detect Early Stages of Pancreatic Cancer

Earlier this week, scientists reported they have developed a urine test that may detect pancreatic cancer at an early stage. Since symptoms of pancreatic cancer do not appear until the disease has already spread, researchers have been looking for a way to detect this cancer earlier in hopes to secure effective treatment.

Meet Our Physicians (Part 3)

From X-rays to MRIs, and mammography to ultrasound, our board-certified radiologists take pride in helping you navigate the intricacies of modern imaging technology so you receive the best medical care possible.