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The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Amniotic, Placental, and Umbilical “Stem Cells”

The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Amniotic, Placental, and Umbilical "Stem Cells"

By Regenexx Tampa Bay, Regenerative Medicine Utilizing birth tissues to harvest stem cells for orthopedic and other areas of medicine is an exciting topic. However, there are currently no FDA-approved uses for allogeneic (coming from someone else) stem cell products other than cord blood or bone marrow transplantations after certain …

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Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Help with the Symptoms of Lyme Disease?

Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Help with the Symptoms of Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease is an infectious disease with a worldwide impact, caused by the tick-carried Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium.1 Deer ticks carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. If bitten by a deer tick that has the bacteria, a red rash will quickly appear and it’s often in a bull’s-eye pattern. The …

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PALLIATIVE CARE OR HOSPICE: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

PALLIATIVE CARE OR HOSPICE: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Hospice care is for those with a life-limiting illness. To be eligible for hospice care, a patient must have a prognosis of six months or less to live from a physician. Studies have shown that when a patient is referred and admitted to a hospice program at the early stage …

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The Importance of Primary Care Medicine Shouldn’t be Overlooked

The Importance of Primary Care Medicine Shouldn’t be Overlooked

The good news is, that there are reliable ways to stay healthy and live your life with the quality and wellness that you long for. This steadfast advice begins with routine care. Primary care is essential. The first step is to practice prevention. The age-old saying is “An ounce of …

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More Options for Treating Breast Cancer

More Options for Treating Breast Cancer

Regardless of age, race, or family history, all women – and about 1% of men – have some level of risk for breast cancer. Primary risk factors include age and gender, along with a number of other factors, such as obesity and alcohol use, which can be moderated through healthy …

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Home Sales: Trend vs. Traditional

Home Sales: Trend vs. Traditional

We’ve all seen the commercials and heard the radio ads about guaranteed sale programs that will buy your home. The concept sounds pretty good: Guaranteed Sale; No Showings; You Pick the closing date, but there is always a catch. Over the past 20-years, I’ve become accustomed to the traditional way to …

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GAINSWave is Making Headlines Due to its Ability to Prevent & Treat ED

GAINSWave is Making Headlines Due to its Ability to Prevent & Treat ED

By DR. ROBERT LUPO, D.C. With remarkable outcomes, GAINSWave is growing in popularity in regard to treating erectile dysfunction (ED) and Peyronies Disease, yet it’s also used as a preventative treatment. GAINSWave treatment is available for any man looking to enhance sexual health and performance. A medical condition like ED or …

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Does Hearing Loss Affect Cognitive Function?

Does Hearing Loss Affect Cognitive Function?

By Michael Branch, MD Age-related hearing loss, known as sensory-neural hearing loss, is a normal part of growing older. Approximately 50% of people will have significant hearing loss by age 75 years. Preventing this type of hearing loss – through things like avoiding loud noise exposure – and treating sensory-neural hearing …

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The Mental Illness & Substance Abuse Correlation

The Mental Illness & Substance Abuse Correlation

Mental illness affects millions of Americans throughout their lives. Whether it is PTSD, depression or psychotic episodes, mental disorders can be exacerbated by environmental factors, stress, abuse, traumatic events, disease states, or genetics, to name a few. It’s not uncommon to experience mental illness at some point in childhood or …

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Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials For Advanced Treatment Options

Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trials For Advanced Treatment Options

It’s not uncommon to experience occasional diarrhea or constipation, but what if the symptoms come and go on a regular basis? Crohn’s Disease (CD) is part of the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) group. CD most commonly affects the top of the colon and the end of the small bowel, although …

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VERTIGO – Spinning Sensations, Nausea & Loss of Balance: What You Should Know

VERTIGO - Spinning Sensations, Nausea & Loss of Balance: What You Should Know

Dr. Kelly Hansen, Au.D. and Dr. Nikki Goldowski Richa, Au.D. As children, a favorite retro game at birthday parties was Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Blindfolded, kids were spun round and round, and self-induced vertigo was onset quite rapidly, while the children staggered and lost their balance towards the donkey …

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Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer (HBOC)

Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer (HBOC)

Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) is primarily associated with mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes. Mutations in other genes are associated with HBOC but are less common. BRCA gene mutations can be inherited from either the mother or father, and only one copy of the mutation is needed to be …

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The Slow Cadence Fitness Revolution: How Does it Work?

While most individuals want to be fit, more toned and leaner, the biggest hurdles are time and discouragement. Many gym membership sales representatives make false promises and misleading claims, playing off your desire to lose those extra pounds. But the truth is, we’ve been going about it all wrong. What …

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Cancer.

Cancer.

By Paula Swift, CHTP Just one word evokes a diverse response. Whether you’ve experienced it yourself, or walked alongside others through their crisis, fear, anger and sadness tend to dominate. So, it might sound strange when some will remark this time in their life to be the best event that ever …

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Hearing Loss and Increased Risk of Falling.

Many of the causes of senior citizens falling and injuring themselves are preventable. Physicians routinely advise their older patients to exercise, have their vision checked, and monitor whether any medications may cause dizziness. In addition to these commonly known contributors to falls is untreated hearing loss, which has been linked in …

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