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May Is National Mental Health Month

May Is National Mental Health Month

Mental health is a serious illness that many people seem to shun away from someone that is suffering with this illness. Mainly, this is because they do not understand what is wrong. In recent years attitudes have been changing towards mental illness due to this amazing event that is held …

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Premier Services for Life

For the independent Senior that isn’t ready to “go to a home” and deserves the best life has to offer. How you will Live Easy? Transportation services “keeper,” just someone who is with you and will take you to the different places you want to go… or that medical appointment …

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Dealing with Sciatica Shooting Down the Leg?

Dealing with Sciatica Shooting Down the Leg

Don’t pay thousands for spinal decompression! By Compton Chiropractic Care – Sciatica is a pain that you would not want to wish on your worst enemy.  It is described as a sharp and shooting pain travels down the leg, but most people experiencing the symptoms will de-scribe it as a …

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Pacemakers and Defibrillators Are You a Candidate?

Pacemaker

My name is Dr. Vallabhan. I am a Board Certified Interventional Cardiologist. I am going to discuss the various aspects of pacemakers and defibrillators in a concise fashion. I am going to give three examples of when patients are candidates for the same. A pacemaker is meant to treat slow …

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“THIS IS NOT YOUR PARENTS’ RETIREMENT”

With a passion for on-going education, community service and creating a family culture, this industry leader and his team help retirees achieve “Your Life, Your Way.” In his first book, Not Your Parents’ Retirement: How Annuities and Life Insurance Can Help You Live Your Life Your Way, Greg Parady, CEO …

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Spring Training for Your Hearing

Ahhh – spring. Who doesn’t love the sights, sounds and promise the season brings? And, if you’re an American baseball aficionado, you know that spring also heralds the beginning of spring training. What does baseball and spring training have to do with your hearing health? Ironically, many New Year’s exercise-related …

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Microcurrent Facial Treatment

Non-surgical facelift lets you show your glow. One of the most popular anti-aging treatments growing in demand in the cosmetic market is the microcurrent facial. The use of microcurrent therapy in medical treatments started out during the late 1980’s in the United States and was approved as a muscle stimulator. …

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The Basics of Wine Tasting

The Basics of Wine Tasting

We all know how to drink wine, but do you know how to truly enjoy the taste of the exquisite drink? Are you one of many who enjoy drinking wine but would like to know more about how to actually taste and appreciate the wine? If you can taste food …

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Ginny Gave Out, but She Never Gave Up

Ginny Gave Out

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church While I sat with the family in the surgical waiting area, I saw the elevator doors open. It was the surgeon. As he walked the twenty-five feet or so from the elevator to the waiting room, he was looking at …

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ARE YOU A DISTRACTED DRIVER?

DISTRACTED DRIVER

April is known as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Everyone loves the freedom of getting behind the wheel of their car and just go, but are you easily distracted behind the wheel? Over 3,328 people nationwide were killed and over 421,000 were injured in motor vehicles accidents by distracted drivers. …

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INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS AND INSTITUTE SPOTLIGHTS ESOPHAGEAL CANCER

INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER

With so much news surrounding the prevention, detection and treatment of breast, prostate, colon and skin cancer, it can be easy to forget that other deadly forms of cancer do exist. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), there will be approximately 17,990 newly diagnosed esophageal cancer cases in 2013. …

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The Right Food May be Wrong For You

The Right Food May be Wrong For You

By Compton Chiropractic Care – You’ve seen your doctor, but nothing seems to explain the cause of these symptoms. Well get ready to change everything you ever thought you knew about your diet, nutrition and how to be healthy! Compton Chiropractic is now offering a new test that pinpoints exactly …

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INTERCOMMUNITY CANCER CENTERS AND INSTITUTE USE INTENSITY MODULATED RADIATION THERAPY TO SPARE HEALTHY TISSUE IN COLON CANCER PATIENTS IMRT Uses Thousands of Tiny Beams to Increase Radiation Accuracy

CANCER CENTERS

In celebrating National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month this March, InterCommunity Cancer Centers (ICCC) and Institute (ICCI) of Leesburg and Lady Lake are educating its served communities about the importance of early detection and advanced treatments that are helping to save countless lives. Excluding skin cancers, colorectal cancer is the third …

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ANGINA CHEST PAIN MY ACHING HEART!

ANGINA CHEST PAIN

It is all about supply and demand.  The heart needs a plentiful supply of oxygen and nutrients to effectively nourish the body.  When the body’s body’s demand exceeds the heart’s supply, complications arise. This imbalance between demand and supply results from high blood pressure and vessel narrowing leading to lack …

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Hearing Loss: Prevention Through Nutrition

Hearing Loss

There are many ways to support and maintain healthy hearing–protecting ears from noise pollution, turning down the music, and getting a regular checkup from an audiologist, but nutrition also plays a key part in hearing preservation. Studies confirm that hearing loss and poor nutrition go hand and hand. An Australian …

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