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Addressing Hearing Loss on the Job – a Workplace Wellness Priority

Hearing health should be a workplace wellness priority and employers are encouraged to include hearing tests and hearing health as part of their workplace wellness programs. Hearing health affects many aspects of an individual’s wellbeing and is linked to several health conditions. The earlier hearing loss gets treated the better. …

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Health & Senior Expos

Health & Senior Expos

Whether you’re 50 or 90, or anywhere in between, you’ll love the Health & Senior Expo. Come out and meet the experts who can make your life healthier, wealthier and happier! Get connected with Leesburg and Lady Lake’s largest Health & Senior Expos. This fun, informational event brings seniors together …

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The Game Changer

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church One morning I was praying in my study at home and asked God for His help on something that is very important to Him and me. In my prayer, I was asking Him for specific things. Shortly after my prayer, …

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National Immunization Awareness Month

immunization

Can you remember back when you were a kid when mom said you had a doctor’s appointment, your hair stood up on the back of your neck and all that flashed across your mind was  Oh No A SHOT. Well August is known as National Awareness Month. Immunizations help prevent …

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Stress Incontinence Is Nothing To Sneeze At

Stress Incontinence

“Stress incontinence” is a reality for millions of women in America today. The “stress” is not emotional or mental pressures. Rather, it’s physical pressure put on the bladder that can cause urine leakage. Something as simple as a sneeze or a cough might trigger a leak. Standing up suddenly, lifting …

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A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls

A Matter of Balance

Falls are one of the most serious health risks for older adults. They are not only the leading cause of injury-related deaths in this population, but they are also a significant cause of disability. In fact, falls cause ten percent of all emergency department visits and more than half of …

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INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS AND INSTITUTE PROVIDES ENERGIZING TIPS TO HELP PATIENTS OVERCOME CANCER FATIGUE

INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), cancer-related fatigue is the most common side effect of cancer and cancer treatment. Research suggests that anywhere between 70% and 100% of cancer patients getting treatment have fatigue. And about 30% to 50% of cancer survivors have said that their fatigue lasts for …

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UV Safety Month

UV Safety Month

Everyone needs some vitamin D from the sun, it gives us light and heat to survive but not everyone knows that skin cancer caused by the sun is the most common type of cancer in the United States, especially melanoma (the deadliest form) Ultraviolet rays from the sun are the …

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A Functional Approach to Treating and Preventing Diabetes

Treating and Preventing Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association announced that diabetes accounts for more than 190,000 deaths annually. Its many complications, such as amputation, kidney failure and/or blindness, have a devastating impact on quality of life. Currently more than 25 million children and adults in the US have diabetes, and an estimated additional 6 …

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Could Your Diet Be Causing Your Insomnia?

Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders, with chronic insomnia affecting one person in ten. While there can be several reasons why people suffer from insomnia, scientists have discovered that what we eat plays a significant part in our ability to sleep well. What is insomnia? Insomnia is …

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“Just a Carpenter’s Son”

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Remember the line, “Bueller…(long pause), Bueller…(long pause), Bueller,” from the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”? The actor, Ben Stein, made that line infamous as the boring, monotone high school teacher, while he was taking the class role. However Benjamin Jeremy …

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SUFFERING FROM NEUROPATHY? OUR DOCTORS CAN HELP!

NEUROPATHY

By Compton Chiropractic Care – Neuropathy, otherwise known by its symptoms of numbness, pins and needles, or even a burning sensation in the extremities, has several causes and is slowly becoming an epidemic in our society. DID YOU KNOW: In 1976, hundreds of otherwise healthy teenagers, reported to emergency rooms …

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INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS AND INSTITUTE HELP PATIENTS GET ANSWERS ABOUT THEIR CANCER CARE

INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS

“You have cancer.” These three frightening words can rapidly turn a person’s world upside down, leaving them to ask, “What do I do now? Where do I go for treatment? Will radiation therapy make me tired or even sicker?” The good news for patients is that there are answers and …

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