12018Mar
News: IPG Dermatology Coming to Indiana

News: IPG Dermatology Coming to Indiana

We are excited to announce that IRMC Physician Group Dermatologist Yousuf Qureshi, M.D., in addition to his office in Blairsville, will be seeing patients in Indiana, effective March 7, 2018. His convenient new location will offer the same great care for patients’ medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatological needs. Patients can be seen at his new…

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272018Feb
News: IPG Cardiology Moving

News: IPG Cardiology Moving

We are excited to announced that IRMC Physician Group Cardiology is moving to a new location, effective Monday, March 5, 2018. The new location is: 119 Professional Building 1265 Wayne Avenue Suite 107 Indiana, PA 15701 Phone: (724) 463-9700 Appointments can also be scheduled on the IRMC Physician Group website: IRMCdocs.org We look forward to…

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222018Feb
Blog: Breaking Bad Habits

Blog: Breaking Bad Habits

We all have habits. Some are good (for example, brushing your teeth before bed), while others can be annoying or even harmful, such as biting your nails or mindlessly eating a pint of ice cream when you feel stressed. Individuals create habits by repeating certain behaviors until they become automatic. Habits free your brain to…

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152018Feb
Blog: Are Headaches Keeping You Down?

Blog: Are Headaches Keeping You Down?

It is no secret that we all get headaches, but if you are getting headaches more and more frequently don’t waste time and find out what is causing those headaches. Get rid of your headaches today and have a healthier and happier tomorrow! Most Common Headache Types: Tension Headache – A tension headache usually entails…

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132018Feb
Dr. Q&A: Skin Cancer

Dr. Q&A: Skin Cancer

By: Yousuf Qureshi, M.D., Dermatologist Spots…you find them on ladybugs, leopards and polka-dot dresses and sometimes they even end up on the carpet. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. It occurs when there are mutations in the DNA of the skin cells. Although we are currently experiencing chilling…

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82018Feb
Blog: All Stressed Up and Nowhere To Go

Blog: All Stressed Up and Nowhere To Go

Most of us see stress as unavoidable, as part of being an employee, parent, student; as part of being human. Stress plays an important role in keeping us aware of our surroundings and able to react to change. Your body is equipped to deal with normal amounts of stress; however, when you experience prolonged states…

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62018Feb
Blog: My Achy Breaky Body

Blog: My Achy Breaky Body

Does your body sound like a bowl of breakfast cereal—you know, snap, crackle, pop? Many of those joint sounds are actually normal. But, if you’re singing the achy-breaky blues, it’s time to stop ignoring your symptoms and make an appointment to see your doctor. Musculoskeletal problems, such as osteoarthritis, lower back pain, and chronic joint…

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252018Jan
Blog: Searchachondria, Do You Have It?

Blog: Searchachondria, Do You Have It?

Do you scramble to the Internet every time you get the sniffles or feel a twinge?  What you really may have is a bad case of “searchachondria.”  Eighty percent of Internet users utilize the Web to answer health questions and self-diagnose when they don’t feel well.  The Internet is an incredibly rich source of information,…

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232018Jan
Blog: Count On Your Health

Blog: Count On Your Health

Do you know YOUR numbers? There are four key measurements of health you should know and track. They are early warning signs for heart disease and diabetes. Since these two diseases have few noticeable symptoms, you may not even realize you are ill — or at risk for becoming ill — until it’s too late….

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162018Jan
Blog: Living With A Pacemaker

Blog: Living With A Pacemaker

A pacemaker is a small device that your cardiologist implants in your chest or abdomen. It has a battery, a computerized generator, and wires with electrodes at the tips. Once implanted, the electrodes sense your heart’s electrical activity and send data through the wires back to the heart. Your cardiologist will program your pacemaker based…

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