(BPT) - Many of us have a morning routine. However, millions of Americans say “good morning” a little differently. For individuals living with the incurable condition of hypothyroidism, their morning routine is likely to include taking medication at the same time before breakfast each morning, as prescribed by their doctor.
(NAPSI)—Shirley Goodman, a 60-year-old mother and grandmother from Jacksonville, Florida, recently experienced a “warning stroke” called a transient ischemic attack that was diagnosed through a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. She has also suffered from heart problems for years. To address her heart condition, her doctor recommended an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) to continuously monitor her heart rate and deliver an electrical shock to correct a life-threatening heart rhythm, if needed. Given her history, there was a high likelihood that she would need another MRI in the future.
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