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Lake Eye Offers Glaucoma Patients More Avenues to Healthier Vision

Lake Eye Offers Glaucoma Patients More Avenues to Healthier Vision

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, dedicated to helping people understand what glaucoma is, how to catch it before it causes serious vision damage, and the treatment options available for people with additional issues like cataracts. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases affecting the optic nerve at …

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New Year’s Resolutions for Financial Health

New Year’s Resolutions for Financial Health

After the holidays many people panic with buyer’s remorse, but it’s the perfect time to make your new resolutions and goals to better manage your budget, investments, and wealth. Perhaps you want to learn more about investing for retirement or wish to diversify your portfolio. Woodall and Associates are dedicated to …

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Neuropathy: Alternative Therapies that Work

Neuropathy: Alternative Therapies that Work

In the United States alone, neuropathy affects nearly 20 million people. Neuropathy is typically associated with diabetes, as it’s common for nerve damage to have occurred in individuals with high glucose storage, but neuropathy can also be attributed to chemotherapy, injuries, autoimmune diseases, compressed spinal vertebrae, cholesterol medication side effects, a …

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HEART DISEASE: 5 warning signs that appear on your skin

HEART DISEASE: 5 warning signs that appear on your skin

February is Heart Disease awareness month. Knowing more about the disease and how it can present, can save lives. Not uncommonly, heart disease can go undetected, especially when typical symptoms are not present. Warning signs can appear on your skin and nails, which is why your dermatologist may be the …

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Can Body Sculpting Help You Achieve the Goals You Want this New Year?

Can Body Sculpting Help You Achieve the Goals You Want this New Year?

Are you feeling stressed-out? With events, holiday preparations, meetings, kid’s after school activities, and the list goes on and on. We want to look our best, feel energized and let’s not forget that we’re all attempting to stave off the flu virus this season. However, we often get so caught up …

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Learn How to Manage Stress in the New Year

Learn How to Manage Stress in the New Year

Did you know that millions of people in the United States are suffering from stress, depression and anxiety? If you’re one of them, leaving your disorder untreated can cause significant physical health disorders and diseases to manifest, as well as cognitive decline. How Stress and Anxiety Affect the Body and …

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The New Year = New Hope for Aging in the Comfort of Your Home

The New Year = New Hope for Aging in the Comfort of Your Home

It’s hard to believe that it is already 2020! With the new year, many people make resolutions for change. If you are a senior or a caregiver, it may be time to consider home health care. Wisdom may come with age but getting older has its set of challenges. People are …

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Beating the Holiday Bulge

Beating the Holiday Bulge

Despite your best intentions, you might have found yourself overindulging during the holiday season. Do your jeans feel a little bit tighter all of a sudden? Weight gain is a normal side effect of the holidays but luckily there are some easy ways to shear off those extra pounds when the …

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Do You Have Back Pain? How Spinal Decompression Can Help

Do You Have Back Pain? How Spinal Decompression Can Help

By Compton Chiropractic Care Over 80 percent of the population will experience back pain at one time or another in their lives. Unfortunately, as we age, our spinal discomfort tends to become progressively worse and can become chronic if left untreated. Some of the most common reasons for backaches are trauma …

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OPIOD FREE ANESTHESIA for OUTPATIENT TOTAL HIP AND TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT

OPIOD FREE ANESTHESIA for OUTPATIENT TOTAL HIP AND TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT

Dr. Kerina and his colleagues have spent their professional life studying how to combat the effects of arthritis. They have helped develop advanced surgical techniques to reliably help to revitalize your life. This has culminated in our current opioid free joint replacement program. The overuse use and abuse of opioid pain …

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Do You Have Trigger Finger? How an Occupational Certified Hand Therapist Can Help

Trigger finger is a simple name for a debilitating condition. It causes pain, stiffness, and a sensation of locking or catching when you bend and straighten your finger. It’s somewhat akin to having a constant charley-horse in your hand. Symptoms of trigger finger often start without a single injury. They may …

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From Lifespan to Healthspan

By Zhiyi Qiang, Ph.D., NRCC; Patrick Rainey, Ph.D., DABT How often have you met two people of the same age, but one looks much younger than the other? Does the younger looking one have young genes? Less stress? Or maybe secret access to the fountain of youth? More than half …

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New Year. New You. Beat the Heat with ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

With weather approaching the upper 90’s and on some days, triple digits, the heat can be unbearable at times and downright dangerous, this is particularly the case when we factor in high levels of humidity. Our bodies self-regulate heat by sweating and also through radiating heat back into the atmosphere. …

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Does CBD Oil Need Omega-3 to Work?

By Bo Martinsen, MD Every day, another article about the growing popularity of CBD hits the news. Some articles speculate on the enormous economic growth expected from CBD products, while others focus on CBD’s potential for reducing chronic pain and anxiety. The third type of article comes from researchers who cite …

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How to Improve Your Heart Health in the new year

T.E. Vallabhan, MD, FACC The health of the heart and vascular system are affected by many things like, stress, substance abuse and genetics, but the main offenders of heart disorders are being overweight, poor dietary habits, having high blood sugar levels and living a sedentary lifestyle. Too Much Sugar High blood …

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea & Oral Appliances: A Solution for a Good Night’s Sleep

Obstructive Sleep Apnea & Oral Appliances: A Solution for a Good Night’s Sleep

By Richard W. Rozensky, DDS, D.ABDSM Sleep apnea affects more than 25 million people in the United States. It is a progressive condition that interrupts breathing patterns throughout a person’s sleep. People that suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) may have episodes of stopping breathing up to hundreds of times per …

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