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Don’t Be Fooled into “Combo-Pilling”! America Continues to Search for the Miracle Pill

Combo-Pilling

By Carolyn Waygood, Certified Natural Health Professional, Diabetes Educator and Weight Loss Coach – Ahighly controversial weight-loss practice called “Combo-Pilling”, taking two or more diet products that together are supposed to be more effective than one, is an “underground” practice that’s gaining momentum across the country. Is it safe? We …

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Facial Plastic Surgery Can Build CONFIDENCE!

Facial Plastic Surgery

George is a singer, performer, and a family man.  And he did not feel confident about his appearance on stage.  Cosmetic surgery has evolved and both men and women alike are taking advantage of new technology and less invasive techniques! For George Shelton, his experience at ImageLift was AMAZING! At …

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NEW SLEEP Medication

Are you one of the lucky people that simply lie down at night and fall asleep right away and stay that way for the next 8 hours?  Do you wake up feeling completely rested, refreshed and energized for the day without the need for caffeine to get you moving?   If …

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The Art of Sacrifice

The Art of Sacrifice

By Alex Anderson Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church – At a recent men’s gathering, I was asked to share some of my journey in ministry – specifically on sacrifice. At first I thought about the decades of long hours and little sleep, extending a helping hand to the …

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Is Assisted Living the Right Choice?

Is Assisted Living the Right Choice

By Crystal Johnsen – Is assisted living the right choice for your loved one?  When you stop by to help mom out or just to visit are you beginning to notice things like a bare refrigerator or spoiled food?  Is she dressed in the same clothes over and over again, …

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Breast MRI – A Helpful Addition to Screening Mammography

Breast MRI

Sometimes mammography by itself is not enough to get a complete health picture and further testing is required. Breast MRI is a painless, radiation-free test that uses a large magnet, radiofrequencies, and a computer to produce exceptionally detailed two-dimensional images of the breasts to provide more information than mammography alone. …

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Not All Skin Care Products Are Created Equal

Not All Skin Care Products Are Created Equal

By Steven T. Powell, MD – It seems as though there are skin care products available in just about every store you shop in these days. With so many products available, trying to decide which products will work for your particular skin type and skin problems can be an overwhelming …

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March is Red Cross Month

March is Red Cross Month

Every March, the American Red Cross celebrates Red Cross Month and the Tennessee Volunteer Region is urging all to get involved. This March, the American Red Cross would like to recognize the nation’s Everyday Heroes who reach out to help their neighbors when they are in need. These everyday heroes …

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Blossom This Spring – by Rejuvenating Yourself!

The Polar Vortex has caused one of the coldest winters on record this season and we feel very fortunate to enjoy our “Florida Winters.” But spring is almost here! For many, wintertime is a trade-off that’s been happening for years: as soon as the cold weather hits, snowbirds from the …

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HEARING LOSS?

Hearing Company Offers Risk Free Trial HERE ARE SOME WARNING SIGNS OF HEARING LOSS: 1. You hear but have trouble understanding all the words in a conversation, especially in a crowd. 2. You often ask people to repeat themselves. 3. You find telephone conversation increasingly difficult. 4. Family complains you …

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March is National Nutrition Month 20 Ways to Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables

Building a healthy plate is easy when you make half your plate fruits and vegetables. It’s also a great way to add color, flavor and texture plus vitamins, minerals and fiber. All this is packed in fruits and vegetables that are low in calories and fat. Make 2 cups of …

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Deal with the Fear First

By Alex Anderson Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church – Not long ago I asked my wife a drilling question, “What would be the most important advice you could give to another person who ‘just found out’ that they had cancer?”  She went completely silent for a few moments, …

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The Savvy Senior

The Savvy Senior

By Crystal Johnsen – When living on your own is no longer your best option, fear of the unknown can get the best of you.  So take a deep breath because I have four myths about assisted living that are sure to ease some of your anxiety. Myth 1 I …

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WHAT’S YOUR NEXT MOVE?

The holidays are over and it’s back to work for most of us.  You and the family were fortunate and spent the holidays with mom and dad.  The kids were so happy to spend the holidays with your parents and it warmed your heart, but there is still one concern …

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Hearing Loss – Health Risk

The Invisible Handicap HERE ARE SOME WARNING SIGNS OF HEARING LOSS: 1. You hear but have trouble understanding all the words in a conversation, especially in a crowd. 2. You often ask people to repeat themselves. 3. You find telephone conversation increasingly difficult. 4. Family complains you play the radio …

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CROSSFIT VS WEIGHT TRAINING

CROSSFIT VS WEIGHT TRAINING

By Michelle VanOstran – You have finally decided to get in shape, lose weight, and improve overall fitness level, but now the debate between the popular CrossFit and regular old weight training is giving you a headache. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of each and help …

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