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Advanced Treatment For Vaginal Discomfort: What you should know about the MonaLisa Touch®

Advanced Treatment For Vaginal Discomfort

Dr. Vahora, MD, FACOG Many women carry a little secret that they dare not tell even their best friend.  The truth is that many pre and postmenopausal women, and even women that have recently gone through childbirth, have vaginal disorders, pain, and issues that they often withhold and keep to …

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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 and Nasal Packing

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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Fatigue and Tiredness – Why and What Can I Do?

Fatigue and Tiredness - Why and What Can I Do?

By Peggy Demetriou ARNP, FNP-BC, Board Certified in Family Practice by the ANCC Can’t get past that two o’clock slump? Feel wiped out or wake up tired? Sounds like you are one of the many Americans suffering from fatigue.  Nearly all people get tired or overworked at some point. This …

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Autism: Learn How Chiropractic Care is Helping Countless Patients

Autism: Learn How Chiropractic Care is Helping Countless Patients

Autism is a complex, behaviorally defined disorder of the immature brain. Autism is not a disease but a syndrome with multiple non-genetic and genetic causes. Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is a broad spectrum of developmental disorders characterized by impairments in 3 behavioral domains: 1) Social interaction 2) Language, communication, and imaginative …

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Immunotherapy Is Turning The Tide Against Some Cancers

Immunotherapy Is Turning The Tide Against Some Cancers

Immunotherapy, an approach to cancer treatment that uses the body’s natural defenses, has been around for decades; however, the early forms of this type of treatment were very toxic and did not result in the desired outcomes for most patients.  In the past 10 to 15 years, as researchers have …

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Learning Disabilities for Children and Adults Improve With Vision Therapy

Learning Disabilities for Children

By Walesby Vision Center Unlike orthoptics, which is a method to straighten the eyes muscularly, Vision Therapy is an entirely different treatment, which encompasses not only strengthening the eye muscles, but also improving visual perception, visual brain signaling, developing the ability to follow text efficiently, and hand-eye coordination.  While it does …

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Audiologist Vs. Hearing Aid Specialist:

Audiologist Vs. Hearing Aid Specialist

The Difference Matters By Davis Family Hearing An audiologist is a specialist in hearing and balance.  They have studied for many years and are required to have a doctorate degree in the field of hearing.  While they do not perform ear surgery, they are experts in diagnosing and finding solutions for …

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Physical Activity for Arthritis – Why is physical activity important for people with arthritis?

Physical Activity for Arthritis

If you have arthritis, participating in joint-friendly physical activity can improve your arthritis pain, function, mood, and quality of life. Joint-friendly physical activities are low-impact, which means they put less stress on the body, reducing the risk of injury. Examples of joint-friendly activities include walking, biking and swimming. Being physically …

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Is Your Microcirculation Deficient?

Is Your Microcirculation Deficient?

Many Disease States Are Caused By This Small, Yet Dangerous Disorder Robert Martinez, DC The human body contains approximately 100 trillion cells.  Each of these cells relies on energy and ATP to correctly metabolize, communicate with other cells and keep organs and tissues in a healthy state.  Proper functioning and …

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Ineffective Treatment for Anxiety is a Common Issue

Ineffective Treatment for Anxiety is a Common Issue

The intriguing anatomy and process of our brains help us to better understand the production of fear, anxiety, worry and the decision to take flight or to fight. Although medical professionals are still discovering new reasons for depression and anxiety to this day, we know that a tiny portion in the …

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Hydrotherapy Health from the Inside Out 

Hydrotherapy Health from the Inside Out

SUZANNE MARGOLIS – GRAY, M.ED., LMT, CT Today we are hearing more and more about colon hydrotherapy. Actually, colon hydrotherapy has been around since 1500 BC. It was recorded in an Egyptian medical document written as the Ebers Papyrus. This document is in the Leipzig Library. Fortunate for us, the technique …

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IS A TRUST RIGHT FOR ME?

IS A TRUST RIGHT FOR ME?

Zachary Grimland, Esq. For the most part, a trust, whether operable during life or after death is generally used to give its creator the ability to control the the flow of a person’s property to beneficiaries following death while attempting to minimize if not avoid estate taxes.  In today’s world, …

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Relieve Stress Naturally with Massage Therapy

With stress and anxiety on the rise in modern society, especially during the busy holiday season, there has been a discernible shift away from visiting traditional doctors, and exploring more complementary treatments and therapies. Natural treatments are increasingly being sought out as alternatives to conventional medicine and surgery, and are valued …

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Four Stress-Busters For Home Sellers

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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May is Blood Pressure Education Month – Blood Pressure Basics

Blood Pressure Basics

Blood pressure measures the force your blood exerts on blood vessel walls as it travels through your body. Your blood pressure reading has two numbers (for instance, 120/80). The first number is the systolic blood pressure, and measures the force your blood exerts on blood vessel walls as your heart …

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