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For 10 years, Dr. Fox and Dr. Hardee have had one mission: to provide personalized care to each of their patients. Watch Carolyn’s story and learn how Dr. Hardee helped her with venous insufficiency.

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This November, get educated about your risk of prostate cancer. It’s the leading cause of cancer death in American men, only after lung cancer. #ProstateCancerAwareness
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When Kristin isn’t working with Dr. Fox or Dr. Hardee, you’ll find her making soap or gardening! Find out more about our Radiologist Practitioner Assistant here: http://bit.ly/2d0Zxvj
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On Thanksgiving, we’re feeling very thankful for our family, friends and patients.
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One way that Dr. Fox and Dr. Hardee diagnose vein disease is with a safe, non-invasive test called ultrasonography. Here’s everything you need to know about ultrasonography: http://bit.ly/2dE3c2l
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When it comes to vein disease and health insurance, this is what you should know.

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Need new ways to integrate exercise into your lifestyle? Participate in an event such as the annual Turkey Trot! Walking can go a long way in preventing the problems caused by vein disease. If you’re interested, sign up here: https://turkeytrot.neighborhood-centers.org

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We want to take the time to recognize the brave men and women who give their lives to serve our country. Thank you. #VeteransDay
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We’re falling back today because of Daylight Saving Time, which ended this morning.
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This month is American Diabetes Month. Diabetes increases your risk of certain vascular diseases, including peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Watch out for warning signs such as: blurred vision, sore feet, burning feeling or loss of feeling in your feet.
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