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Compare your heart’s biological age to your actual age with our Heart Disease Risk Calculator, designed to help assess your chances of developing cardiovascular disease.

Heart Disease Risk Calculator

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Congratulations to The University of Oklahoma Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing on being ranked among the best online advanced degree nursing programs. Boomer Sooner.

OU College of Nursing Ranks Among Best in Country

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Do you have a history of kidney stones? If so, you might need to undergo urinalysis to measure the amount of calcium in your urine. Follow the link below or talk to your health care provider to learn more.

Kidney Stones

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Dream big.
A diabetes diagnosis can be unsettling, but these resources can help you cope with the disease.

Resources for Diabetics

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If your shoes don’t fit, your feet will let you know. Check out these shoe-fitting tips from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
On March 3, we invite you to join Dr. Marny Dunlap and the rest of the OU Children’s Physicians team in The Children’s Hospital atrium – we’ll be hosting a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast in support of Reach Out and Read, a national effort promoting literacy in children. Learn more about the program, as well as the role reading plays in a child’s development, at reachoutandread.org/oklahoma.

Reach Out and Read

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On Jan. 26, the OU College of Medicine Alumni Association will hold its annual Evening of Excellence gala. Honorees will include Dr. J. Andy Sullivan, a longtime and beloved pediatric orthopedic surgeon at OU Medicine, and Jeanne Hoffman Smith, a clinical social worker and philanthropist.

Evening of Excellence

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A healthy diet is one of the best defenses against cardiovascular disease. Reduce your risk by cutting down the amount of fat and calories you consume.

A Heart-Healthy Diet

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A new year brings opportunities, beginnings and the chance to embark on amazing journeys. Why not choose a nursing career at OU Medicine to kick off your new year?

We welcome the opportunity to help you build a solid foundation that will take your nursing career in any direction you desire. Click below to learn more about a nursing career with us, and ask us about our sign-on bonuses and...
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Thinking about beginning a strength-training program? Separate fact from fiction with our list of strength-training myths.
A new year brings opportunities, beginnings and the chance to embark on amazing journeys. Why not choose a nursing career at OU Medicine to kick off your new year?

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Snow days can be fun, but also dangerous. We’re always prepared for those slips and falls, but even so, stay safe – and warm.
January is recognized as Cervical Health Awareness Month. Click the link to learn about cervical cancer and its causes.

Cervical Cancer

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It’s common knowledge that too much fat is a bad thing – but how much is too much? Take our quiz and find out.

Fats in Foods Quiz

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Turn that frown upside down – an optimistic outlook on life can improve your physical and mental health.

Perks of Being Positive

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It’s not unusual to feel anxious or stressed on occasion, but those uneasy feelings can be indicative of something more serious.

Mental Health Awareness

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Happy new year from all of us at OU Medicine.
This New Year’s Eve, consider these five tips for helping you stick to your resolutions.

Keeping Resolutions

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Ever feel dizzy, fatigued or breathless? You could have anemia, a red blood cell deficiency that results in less oxygen being spread through the body. Click the link below to learn more.

Anemia Overview

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