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Why Limit Sugar Consumption?

Why Limit Sugar Consumption

By Ali Nasser, M.D. FACC Cardiologist Food manufacturers of processed food, soft drinks and artificial fruit juices with added sugar, are not required to list how much sugar is added versus natural sugar contents. Food makers can also use sweeteners (alcohol sugar) that aren’t technically “sugar.” The body doesn’t distinguish …

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Dry Skin or Athlete’s Foot? Diabetic Patients, Beware!

Dry Skin or Athlete’s Foot? Diabetic Patients, Beware!

Dr. John Bidelspach Athlete’s foot is a common, fungal skin infection we see in our patients. A majority of cases begin between the toes and spread to the bottom of the feet. Athlete’s foot is caused from fungus growing on the top layer of your skin. It is contagious and you …

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DON’T PAY THOUSANDS FOR SPINAL DECOMPRESSION

Local Chiropractor Gets Tremendous Results Utilizing Cox Flexion Distraction Technique to Relieve Sciatica Pain. Why waste your hard earned money! Our technique is covered by most insurances. By Compton Chiropractic Care Currently there are millions of Americans who suffer from low back and leg pain. A recent survey showed, a …

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Benefits of Home Health Care

Benefits of Home Health Care

It has been proven that home health care is good medicine and that’s why CareTime is committed to providing high quality, consistent and compassionate personal and health care services in the home. Being with family and friends in familiar surroundings has a positive effect on patients recovering from illness or …

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Breast Density – What It Is and How It May Affect You

Breast Cancer

If you’re a woman who has had a screening mammogram and you live in a state that requires patients to be notified about their breast density (or have simply heard the term “breast density”), you likely have questions about what it is and what it means to your overall health. …

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5 Ways to Cure Stress

By Teri Claassen “I just want to go back to bed and get away from all of it. I can’t handle this stress!” Complaints to resolve, picking kids up from practice, returning the text from my friend who feels like I’m ignoring her, mediating the explosive fight between my kids, …

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FULL-SERVICE, FASHION & FUNCTION, FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS

FULL-SERVICE, FASHION & FUNCTION, FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS

At Precision Optics, we’ve designed our optical department to provide everything you need for clear, crisp vision and impeccable personal style. We are your eyes’ one-stop destination, offering everything from vision exams to the latest trends in designer eyewear, plus a first-rate staff of highly trained professionals ready to cater …

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Happy New Year! Cheers to Your Heart!

Happy New Year! Cheers to Your Heart!

It’s that time of year again, where we all make those perpetual New Year’s resolutions. Along with the normal, lets get fit and lose weight mantra, its important for people to seriously take their heart into consideration. Along with a good nutrient dense diet and regular exercise, stopping smoking should …

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Sacral Neuromodulation for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Sacral Neuromodulation for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Have you tried treatment for overactive bladder, urinary incontinence or fecal incontinence and still suffer from any of the symptoms below? • Urgency to get to the restroom in time • Increased frequency of urination • Getting up at night 2 or more times to urinate • Wearing adult protective …

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Good Times, Bad Times: The Rolling Stones & The Rise of Stem Cells for COPD Treatment

Good Times, Bad Times

   In the early 60s, America was given its first taste of the British Invasion. It was February 9th and a young British rock band named The Beatles had just finished a performance on the Ed Sullivan show to a crowd of screaming fans. The young men were a spectacle …

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InterCommunity Cancer Center Promotes Prevention and Screening During Cervical Health Awareness Month

InterCommunity Cancer Center Promotes Prevention and Screening During Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical health is an important concern for women of all ages.  An estimated 12,000 women are diagnosed every year and approximately 4,000 women will die as a result of cervical cancer.  Cervical cancer is the second most common type of cancer among women.  Fortunately, it is also preventable and treatable thanks …

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Memory Care at Freedom Pointe at The Villages

Memory Care at Freedom Pointe at The Villages

No decision seems harder than moving a cognitively challenged parent into a memory care community, and yet it may well be the most loving thing one can do. Particularly when you choose Freedom Pointe at The Villages. In this safe and loving harbor for residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s, we honor …

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Stem Cells-setting the New Standard for Treatment of Orthopedic Conditions

Stem Cells

WHAT ARE STEM CELLS? Over the past several years, stem cell and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy have soared in popularity and are highly sought after treatment options, as a natural and non-surgical alternative to treat many common orthopedic conditions. Our bodies naturally produce stem cells. Because micro-damage occurs constantly, …

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Reverse Holiday Weight Gain this Year!

Reverse Holiday Weight Gain this Year!

Now that it’s the new year!  We look back on the past holiday where we made glorious memories with friends and family, but it’s also the time of year that we look at how we have inevitably packed on the pounds. Although, that’s not necessarily the way that it has to …

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