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What…..is Your Best Weigh of life?

By Ms. Diana Dyer, MSN, CNM, ARNP – The holiday season is a beautiful time of giving, sharing, and spending time with friends and family. We celebrate with so many functions, places, and ultimately, with many opportunities to share food and drink. Most of us simply surrender and say that …

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Chronic Leg Swelling

Chronic Leg Swelling

By Tom Tran PA-C, MPAs, NCCPA Surgery Board Certified – In the US, over 13% of the population is affected by leg swelling. It costs over 200 million dollars a year to treat and manage this debilitating condition. It can affect your lifestyle, cause pain, infections, skin color changes, blisters, …

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Why All the Buzz About InterStim?

Why All the Buzz About InterStim

InterStim® Sacral Neuromodulation is a clinically proven, FDA approved (since 1997) therapy for management of Refractory OAB (Overactive Bladder), Incomplete Bladder Emptying (not due to outflow obstruction), and Fecal Incontinence (the latest since March 2011). This particular therapy targets the communication problem between the brain/body and the nerves that control …

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Fat Pad Restoration Developed by Dr. Benjamin

Fat Pad Restoration Developed by Dr Benjamin

By Richard S. Benjamin, DPM – Do you feel like you are walking on raw bones or rocks? Have you tried inserts, padding, and countless new shoes only to continue to walk in pain? Do you want artificial fillers like liquid silicone which have been linked to auto immune diseases, …

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PICTURES ARE WORTH A THOUSAND CURES

Intercommunity Cancer Centers of Leesburg and Lady Lake Host Second Annual Cancer Survivors’ Reunion

Intercommunity Cancer Centers of Leesburg and Lady Lake Host  Second Annual Cancer Survivors’ Reunion With the holidays in full swing, many of us are giving thanks for family, friends and good health. For cancer survivors, this time of year takes on even greater meaning because each day represents one more …

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Colon Cancer is Preventable

By South Lake Gastroenterology – Colon cancer is the most preventable, beatable cancer if it is detected early. The first step to preventing colon cancer is understanding what the risk factors are. Everyone is at risk and should take the necessary steps to prevent it. If you are at high …

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Local Office Awarded for Excellence in Patient Safety Village Dental Presented With Sunshine State Safety Recognition Award

Village Dental

Village Dental, a full-service dental practice, has received a Sunshine State Safety Recognition Award from USF SafetyFlorida. Developed by the State of Florida’s OSHA consultation program, USF SafetyFlorida presents the award to businesses whose efforts and practices demonstrate successful workplace safety protocols. The award was designed to distinguish employers utilizing …

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Do You Suffer From Adrenal Fatigue?

Do You Suffer From Adrenal Fatigue

Fatigue – Poor Sleep – Altered Appetite – Decreased Thyroid Function – Poor Immune Function – Insulin Resistance – Low Sex Drive By Robert Gilliland, B.S., D.C. – These are just some of the symptoms associated with dysfunctional adrenal glands. Poor adrenal function is associated with many illnesses from heart …

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Mohs Surgery: Saving Skin & Eliminating Cancer

Mohs Surgery-Saving Skin & Eliminating Cancer

By Ashraf M. Hassanein, M.D., Ph.D – More than two million Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer each year, and about one in five will develop a skin cancer in their lifetimes. Unfortunately, the number of new skin cancer cases is increasing at near epidemic rates and it is estimated …

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Binaural Hearing Two Ears Are Better Than One!

By Dr. James M. Davenport, F-AAA, CCC-A – Has your audiologist recommended “binaural hearing devices”? Don’t panic. Binaural simply means “two ears” – which is what nature gave you. Two ears are, indeed, better than one for a number of reasons. Just like our eyes, our brains are wired to …

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Physical Activity: Your Personal Healthy Heart Prescription

Physical Activity-Your Personal Healthy Heart Prescription

Anytime Fitness – If you’ve ever worked out, you’ve certainly felt the immediate effects of exercise – your heart speeds up as your body demands more oxygen, your breathing rate increases and you start to sweat to cool your body. All of those things go back to normal as soon …

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Benefits of a Reverse Mortgage

Benefits of a Reverse Mortgage

By Carolyn Fields, CRMP – The rising cost of health care is an issue we all struggle with.  Fortunately, if you are a homeowner age 62 and older, a reverse mortgage could help you fund these needs! Before I go into greater detail let’s review a few basic points about …

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CONTROLLING YOUR DIABTES

Controlling Your Diabetes

By BJ Ahern – The Medicine Chest – When your doctor writes a prescription for a blood glucose meter, he wants you to monitor your blood glucose readings, so you have control over your diabetes. Many people take their blood glucose reading, check to see what it is and go …

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Need Legal Assistance? Seek Services Provided by a Trusted Law Firm

Millhorn Law Firm has assembled a team of caring, hard working attorneys and brought them together for the sole purpose of offering the best, most innovative and efficient legal services. Grounded in customer relationships and dedicated to our clients, we are committed to providing top notch legal services and representation …

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The Greatest Gift of All

By Terry Hoskins, Director of Oasis Counsel – So what is Christmas about anyway daddy? My 2 &1/2 year old son, Luke, is now almost old enough to ask such questions. He is beginning to understand that Christmas has something to do with getting gifts. He gets excited when we …

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A “BREATH” OF FRESH AIR

A “BREATH” OF FRESH AIR

Inter Community Cancer Centers and Institute Spotlights Risk Factors, Prevention and High-Tech Radiation Treatments for Lung Cancer The American Cancer Society (ACS) estimates that in 2012, there will be 226,160 new cases of lung cancer. An estimated 160,340 deaths, accounting for about 28% of all cancer deaths, are expected to …

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