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Are You Active Enough?

Are You Active Enough

Anytime Fitness – Moving more helps you to feel healthier, manage your weight and lower your risk of cancer and other diseases. What matters is the amount and type of physical activity you do. Aim to build some time into every day for fun activities that use up calories, tone …

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Medicating Your Pet Just Got Easier

Medicating Your Pet Just Got Easier

By The Medicine Chest – Animal lovers have been saying it for years; animals, especially pets, are people too! While this is usually meant as a joke, there are elements of truth in it. Many people consider their pet to be a member of the family, and especially for children, …

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Wrinkles? Crows’ Feet? Sagging Skin?

Wrinkles

Wrinkles. Crows’ feet. Sagging skin. They can seem to appear all at once, or they may creep in as the year pass by. No matter how they get there or how long it takes them to appear, rest assured that there are various options available to reduce or remove them. …

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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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What is Real Love in Marriage

I have been doing marital counseling for years and I hear the same resounding sentiment from couples of all age spectrums that the love in the relationship has left. This explanation of “falling out of love” is usually espoused by one of the individual’s in the relationship. Other times both …

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Nutrition in Cancer Care

Nutrition in Cancer Care

Good nutrition is important for cancer patients Nutrition is a process in which food is taken in and used by the body for growth, to keep the body healthy, and to replace tissue. Good nutrition is important for good health. Eating the right kind of foods before, during, and after …

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Colon Cancer Is Preventable

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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Melting Away the Myths: What You Need to Know About SmartLipo

What You Need to Know About SmartLipo

By Fernando G. Serra, MD., FACS – In some cases, almost all the diet and workouts in the world can still leave you with parts of your body that maintain too much fat! In the event that this is the particular case with you, outpatient SmartLipo treatment may well be …

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Truth About Contact Dermatitis (a type of Eczema)

Eczema

By Dr. James M. Davenport, F-AAA, CCC-A  – People from all walks of life and all ages live with eczema; however, it typically appears in infants. Also called contact dermatitis, eczema is actually a group of skin conditions. Although it may sometimes look like a contagious condition, eczema is not …

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Leg Pain

leg pain

By Tom Tran PA-C, MPAs, NCCPA Surgery Board Certified – Diagnosing Leg Pain Leg pain can be debilitating and a bothersome aspect of one’s daily life. There are many causes of leg pain, most of which are diagnosed incorrectly or even overlooked during examination. When evaluating leg pain, it is …

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SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

NATIONAL PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS

InterCommunity Cancer Centers and Institute Spotlights Risk Factors and High-Tech Radiation Treatments for Prostate Cancer With the advent of sophisticated technologies, the fight against prostate cancer has become highly advanced with its technological capabilities and precise delivery of radiation to tumor sites. And with September being “National Prostate Cancer Awareness …

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Protecting Your Hearing Aids in the Water

Protecting Your Hearing Aids

By Dr. James M. Davenport, F-AAA, CCC-A  – There’s really no way around it. Unless you opt for a completely water-proof hearing aid, you’ll have to remember to remove yours before jumping in the pool this summer. Moisture is one of major reasons hearing aids are returned for repair. So …

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Tooth Loss Doesn’t Have To Impact Your Smile

Tooth Loss

By Spruce Creek Dental – Tooth loss doesn’t have to stop your smile from saying great things about you. Cosmetic dentistry has many tooth replacement options that allow you to recapture your youthful appearance and restore the function of your teeth. Replacement of missing teeth will help prevent additional problems …

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Women, Learn Effective Exercises for YOUR Body

Anytime Fitness

Anytime Fitness – We are all aware that a woman’s body varies greatly from her male counterpart. Those differences also mean that, by nature, exercises for women must be different than exercises for men. A woman’s body has an entirely different orientation than a man’s body. The center of balance …

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Fat Pad Augmentation Developed by Dr. Benjamin

Fat Pad Augmentation

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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Mixing Medicines Can Create Unexpected Side Effects

Mixing Medicines Can Create Unexpected Side Effects

Recent studies estimate that more than 80 percent of adults 57 and older take at least one prescription drug a day. drug a day. Among those, nearly half mix drugs with over-the-counter medications and supplements. Which leads to an alarming statistic of one in 25 could be setting themselves up …

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