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Colon Polyps: What You Should Know

Colon Polyps: What You Should Know

What are colon polyps? Polyps are growths involving the lining of the bowel. They are most commonly found in the colon. They can look like small bumps, they can grow on a “stalk” and look like mushrooms, or they can be flat and more difficult to find. Polyps can range …

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Increases Stem Cell Mobilization

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Increases Stem Cell Mobilization

Before we are fully formed human beings, in our fetal development stages, stem cells are continuously being produced. Fetal and embryonic stem cells are called, pluripotent. Pluripotent stem cells have the ability to develop and function into other types of stem cells, which helps our bodies grow within the womb. …

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GoGoGrandparent – Gets You Where You Need to Go!

GoGoGrandparent - Gets You Where You Need to Go!

GoGoGrandparent is a service that utilizes Lyft and Uber drivers, but without the need of owning a smartphone or navigating a sometimes confusing app. By calling them on the phone, users order rides after speaking to a live operator or using their automated menu system. No longer will you have …

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Lakeside Landings – Is Waiting For You to Experience The Best of the Best.

Lakeside Landings - Is Waiting For You to Experience The Best of the Best.

Do you want to experience the ultimate resort lifestyle, with sun-filled days and fun filled evenings?  Lakeside Landings has the answer.  With beautiful homes, peaceful surroundings and contemporary amenities, to maintenance-free living, it’s no wonder why more and more people are calling Lakeside Landings their hometown. Residents enjoy a massive …

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TAX SMART INVESTING THE TIME IS RIGHT TO RETHINK INVESTMENT TAX MANAGEMENT

Most Americans don’t take the time to understand the role taxes play in achieving, or falling short of, their long-term financial goals. If left unchecked, taxes can reduce returns each year and over time take a big bite out of an investors wealth. An uncertain tax structure can cause significant harm. …

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The Pastor, The Widow, and The Doctor

The Pastor, The Widow, and The Doctor

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church A pastor went to visit a widow. She greeted him with a warm smile. She invited the pastor in and offered him a cup of coffee. As they sat at the kitchen table in her modest home and talked the …

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Tutoring: The Correlation Between Academic Success and Self-Esteem

Tutoring: The Correlation Between Academic Success and Self-Esteem

When children and teens are struggling in school, it’s usually due to a lack of fundamental knowledge in a particular subject. Even as adults, we are continually building upon the skills and knowledge that we have to learn new programs for work or to prepare for an upcoming promotion. True of …

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Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

Avoid Knee Replacement Surgery

Be Aware of the Risks Associated with Knee Replacement Surgery By Physicians Rehabilitation As with any surgery, knee replacement surgery carries risks. There is a chance with knee replacement surgery to experience the following post-surgical complications: . Infection . Blood clots in the leg vein or lungs . Heart attack …

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Gluten’s Adverse Affects

Gluten’s Adverse Affects

Gluten sensitivity doesn’t always include abdominal distress. It often causes adverse effects like fatigue, anemia, flu-like symptoms, Brain fog, skin issues, and aching joints. Many people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity do not know if they have the disorder. Gluten can cause intestinal disruption, which is known as leaky …

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Home Health Care Month: Stay in Your Home, But Get the Care You Need

Nearly 24 Million Americans have COPD. Most of them are over the age of 40 and have a history of smoking, or being subjected to respiratory irritants such as chemicals and pollutants. COPD is a disease that is encompassed by chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma, causing shortness of breath, productive …

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Medical Marijuana: Alleviating Cancer’s Side Effects & Destroying Cancer Cells

Medical Marijuana

Whether cancer treatment entails surgery, chemotherapy, radiation treatments, reconstructive surgery, or alternative therapies, the bottom line is that these individuals are sick! They are not feeling well and many times find it entirely overwhelming to function at all. Chemotherapy is poisoning the cells, radiation is burning them, and surgeries can …

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Valuable Information, Right Before Your Eyes

Valuable Information, Right Before Your Eyes

A little knowledge can go a long way toward helping you understand and take control of your eye health. That’s why we feature the Lake Eye Library, your single destination for ready-to-read, downloadable brochures on a wide variety of topics, including the role of ophthalmologists and other eye care professionals, and …

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Why Physical Therapy is an Important Part of Orthopedic Care

Why Physical Therapy is an Important Part of Orthopedic Care

After surgery or a traumatic, degenerative or over-use injury to a bone, muscle, joint, ligament or tendon, you need to recover flexibility, mobility, and strength. Absent a medical emergency and depending upon the nature of the problem, your orthopedic physician or surgeon may recommend a course of physical therapy to help …

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Breast Cancer and the Diabetic Link

Breast Cancer and the Diabetic Link

Breast cancer statistics remain high with both invasive and noninvasive diagnosis. 1.7 million women in the world are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. While we hear fewer statistics about men, they still can and do develop breast cancer, but at a much more infrequent rate. With so much in the …

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