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LIFE BEYOND CANCER

LIFE BEYOND CANCER

While the end of successful cancer treatment is a time for celebration, it can also mean new challenges for survivors. Returning to work and managing the ongoing emotional and physical effects of cancer and cancer treatment often presents unanticipated changes for patients and their families. The key to returning to …

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Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing Loss and Dementia

By Davis Family Hearing In recent news, there has been a great deal of effort to establish the relationship between hearing loss and cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s and dementia.  For decades, researchers and specialists have shed light on these comorbidities.  One of the pioneers of these types of case studies is …

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BRCA Genetic Testing

BRCA Genetic Testing

Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG Do you have personal or family history of breast and or ovarian cancer? Do you have a personal or family history of uterine, colon, stomach, brain, thyroid, or prostate cancers?   If so, you may qualify for genetic testing? If you qualify your insurance will cover it, and …

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Alzheimer’s Disease Causes, Risks, Treatment & Prevention

Alzheimer’s Disease Causes, Risks, Treatment & Prevention

By Peggy Demetriou, ARNP, FNP-BC, Board Certified in Family Practice by the ANCC Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, a general term for memory loss and other cognitive abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia …

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Many Eye and Vision Disorders Go Undetected: The Importance of Eye Examinations Should Not be Overlooked

Many Eye and Vision Disorders Go Undetected

By Walesby Vision Center People of all ages, from children to the elderly, need to regularly have their eyes examined by a respected, licensed Optometrist. Examinations for vision impairments, ocular health, and disease of the eye are imperative and should be considered a top priority. Walesby Vision Center takes eye …

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Innovative In-Office Balloon Procedure Provides an Alternative to Sinus Surgery and Nasal Packing

Innovative In-Office Balloon Procedure Provides an Alternative to Sinus Surgery

Randall C. Latorre, MD More than 30 million people in the U.S. are affected by chronic sinusitis.  Each year it’s one of the most common reasons that individuals visit their doctor.  People who suffer from ongoing sinus infections usually have difficulty breathing, contributing to other health disorders. Symptoms of Chronic Sinusitis …

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Juvenile Arthritis: Early Diagnosis and Treatment are Imperative

Early Diagnosis and Treatment are Imperative

Courtesy of Florida Medical Clinic There are over 300,000 children with Juvenile arthritis, which is an umbrella term for multiple autoimmune disorders that affect infants to young adults.  The most common form of the disease is Juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Common Symptoms are varied due to so many disorders encompassed under the …

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AUTISM: Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Tips on Finding an Expert Provider

AUTISM: Applied Behavior Analysis

By: Brittani Argott M.A., BCBA, Invo Healthcare, Regional Clinical Manager-ABA Services Florida Interventions based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) have been utilized as a technique to address skill deficits and behavioral excesses displayed by individuals with autism since the 1960’s. These procedures produce functional and significant effects …

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Perinatal Chiropractic Care

Perinatal Chiropractic Care

Pregnancy is an amazing time, often full of ups and downs.  Your body is constantly adapting to the new life within you.  As baby grows, so does mom.  While most women feel at least some discomfort during pregnancy, others report feeling amazing.  The hormones associated with pregnancy like relaxin open …

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Microcirculation: Your Smallest Vessels can Lead to Cognitive Decline

Microcirculation

Robert Martinez, DC For years, medical professionals and researchers have been trying to find the exact cause of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).  Even with the top three speculative triggers, it’s still unclear as to what is causing this devastating disease to rob so many people of their cognition. The main hallmarks …

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Fighting Chronic Illness with CBD Oil

There are countless ongoing peer-reviewed studies on the medical outcomes of utilizing Cannabis as a drug therapy in patients that have cancer, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, cognitive damage, rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, epilepsy, ALS, Crohn’s, Parkinson’s, Lupus, and many other disorders.  CBD oil is also a viable alternative for many patients wanting the …

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A HEALTH TEST THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE Getting tested now might help you down the road.

A HEALTH TEST THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and woman in the United States. This year more then 1.2 million people will have a heart attack.  While there are warning signs and risk factors, heart disease can hit anyone. Heart attacks and other types of heart disease occur …

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Staving Off Its Progression

Alzheimer’s Disease

SUZANNE MARGOLIS – GRAY, M.ED., LMT, CT More than 9 million people in the U.S. are living with some form of dementia. Alzheimer’s is one of the main forms of the disease, but there are many different varieties facing our population. Often times, it may be unclear exactly what type of …

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Four Stress-Busters For Home Sellers

Selling your home is an exciting endeavor and an important milestone in your life—not to mention potentially lucrative! However, it can also be stressful and nerve-wracking. Worrying over the sale of your home is natural and expected, but it doesn’t have to get out of control. Here are some quick, …

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A Fit, Fun Summer

A Fit, Fun Summer

Make smart fitness choices with post-workout recovery and hydration During warm-weather months, fitness enthusiasts often take their exercise routines to the great outdoors. The spike in summer temperatures can make those tough workouts even more challenging. Even after your workout is complete, your body does not stop – after a tough …

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Road Trip Ready: Pack your travel essentials

Road Trip Ready

Whether you’re planning a cross-country vacation or just a weekend mountain getaway, packing for a road trip doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Creating a packing list of essentials can be the first step toward avoiding unnecessary stress and making your trip one to remember. Of course, that list should …

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