Health & Wellness

Takki A. Momin, MD, Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon  Diplomate, The American Board of Surgery

Stroke is a leading cause of death in the United States, leading to 130,000 American deaths each year.  Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke.  Stroke caused from carotid artery disease can be prevented with early diagnosis and treatment. 

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Richard Carlin, MD

Optical quality - why does it matter?
By Richard Carlin, MD

Never before in history has the consumer had so many choices in where to purchase goods and services. From the big box stores to the mom and pop store, from the retail chain store to the internet, choices are seemingly endless. Certainly the optical industry has not escaped this trend. But make no mistake, choice is a good thing.

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Doctors Jimenez

In 1978, the Jimenez family put down roots in Snellville. It was a very small town then and the medical profession was just beginning to blossom. Prior to new doctors arriving, most folks had to travel to be seen by most specialists.

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With a motto of Transforming Healthcare, Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) is perfectly poised to serve the health needs of its citizens and those beyond the county borders. But as the motto more subtlety infers, the hospital system’s areas of expertise cover a lot of ground.

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