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When You Are At Your Wits End

When You Are At Your Wits End

By Pastor Tim Neptune Have you ever been at your wits’ end? Have you ever been so confused that you didn’t really know which way was up? Have you ever had the feeling, “I know I need to do something…but I don’t know what ‘something’ to do.” The Bible tells …

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Getting the IOL That’s the Right IOL for You

The IOL acts as a total replacement for your natural lens. Once implanted, with the aid of advanced technology, the IOL is customized to your eye to reduce or eliminate your need for glasses. The lOL will function and feel just like a healthy, cataract-free lens. After a short healing period, the IOL requires no special maintenance.

Cataracts are common, affecting people of every age, but mainly occur in people 55 and older. With The Villages being home to a large population of retirees, there are a lot of cataract surgeries being performed, and a lot of intraocular lens, or IOL, implants being promoted, so naturally people …

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Colon Cancer Prevention, Treatment and Care

Colon Cancer Prevention, Treatment and Care

If caught early on, colon cancer can be successfully treated. Colon cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the United States. It affects nearly 50,000 Americans each year. Typically, there are little to no signs or symptoms of colon polyps, so it’s critical to have colonoscopies every …

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Choosing Your Facility Wisely

Choosing Your Facility Wisely

When it comes to selecting a facility for diagnostic imaging or outpatient surgical needs, most patients face the common decision between a hospital, a hospital-owned outpatient imaging center, or a freestanding physician-owned office surgery center. Some are unaware that they have a choice in the matter at all, and simply …

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Healthcare costs in retirement

Healthcare costs in retirement

About 70% of American workers are confident they will have enough money to pay for medical expenses in retirement. In a 2018 survey, 30% of all workers reported they were “not too” or “not at all” confident they would have enough money to pay for their medical expenses in retirement.1 …

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Do You Have Neuropathy? How Alternative Medicine is Helping to TREAT the Disorder

Do You Have Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is a progressive disease that affects nearly 200,000 new patients per year. Understanding the disease state is complex, but in short, having high blood sugar levels, along with low blood and oxygen supply, damages the nerves throughout the body. This damage generally affects the long peripheral nerves that …

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Total Nutrition and Therapeutics offers The latest Advancement in Body Sculpting

Total Nutrition and Therapeutics

Have you recently lost weight, but still have areas that you want to tighten or tone? Perhaps you’d like to tone up your abs, thighs or derrière, well, advances in body sculpting procedures are helping countless people do just that. Lean down and buff up, with precision technology that reaches …

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Superficial Radiotherapy Vs. Mohs Surgery:

Which is the better choice for skin cancer treatment? Recent research places the cure rate for nonmelanoma skin cancer at 97.4% with Superficial Radiotherapy. These results, published in The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology in 2019, demonstrated the actual results of elderly patients in an outpatient clinic, who were treated …

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Crohn’s Disease: What You Should Know About Management and Treatment

T.E. Vallabhan, MD, FACC Crohn’s disease is part of the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) group. Crohn’s disease frequently affects the top of the colon and the end of the small bowel, although it can also affect any area of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Over 20% of the population has IBS …

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HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY

HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY

By Dr. J. Mand\ume Kerina Hip replacement surgery is one of the most successful surgeries available today, with more than 330,000 procedures performed in the United States every year. Studies have shown that patients get more improvement in their quality of life from hip and knee replacement surgery than any …

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Optimal Aging: Reducing and Eliminating Neurodegeneration, Chronic Diseases and Inflammation

Optimal Aging

By now, you will have heard a great deal about stem cells from your friends, relatives or through the media. We know that they have significant potential for the regeneration of damaged tissue for people with problems like arthritis and spinal disc disorders, but did you know that it’s the …

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Worried About The Coronavirus? What You Need to Know

Worried About The Coronavirus

According to the CDC, Coronavirus is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China. Early on, many of the patients in the outbreak in Wuhan, China reportedly had some link to a large seafood and animal market, …

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10% THC cap proposal

10% THC cap proposal

Evidently, the last few years within the Florida cannabis industry have progressed rapidly with proposed changes such as the Smoking amendment that currently allows patients to purchase cannabis for smoking use. Other small victories such as defeating a proposal for recreational cannabis that would have further exacerbated the issue of …

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WHY DO SO MANY PATIENTS TRUST COMPTON CHIROPRACTIC CARE? THEIR STORIES MIGHT HELP YOU!

COMPTON CHIROPRACTIC CARE

By Compton Chiropractic Care When you have suffered an injury, Compton Chiropractic Care LLC can help you on the road to recovery. Our golf cart accessible facility located in The Villages, FL offers a variety of services to people just like you who are suffering with many different ailments. No …

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Melatonin with Omega-3: Not Just for Sleep

By Bo Martinsen, MD With the prevalence of sleep disturbances on the rise, melatonin is now one of the fastest growing supplements in the USA. But the benefits of melatonin extend far beyond sleep. Researchers today are examining the role of melatonin in cancer medicine, as well as brain and …

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What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?

Every year, a significant number of patients see a physician complaining of hand numbness, tingling, and pain. Many of these patients are assumed to have nerve compression in the neck area and come to the doctor’s office with an MRI of the cervical spine. Some may even have had surgery …

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