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Hearing Aids Cut Threat of Dementia, Depression, Falls in Seniors

Hearing Aids Cut Threat of Dementia, Depression, Falls in Seniors

Newly diagnosed hearing-impaired seniors who are treated with hearing aids experience reduced odds of dementia, depression, anxiety, and fall-related injuries over their nontreated peers, per a recently published University of Michigan study. The findings, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society and discussed in a recent U-M news …

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Our Team Will Take Care of You – A comprehensive team Approach to Your Health

Our Team Will Take Care of You

Total Spine and Brain Institute Do you ever feel like doctors do not provide the personalized attention you deserve? Do you feel like you are just a number? Total Spine and Brain Institute provides “World Class Care,” and they take pride in treating each patient with the personalized approach that …

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New Year, New You: Resolutions for Healthier Hair

New Year, New You: Resolutions for Healthier Hair

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D., ABHRS After 2020, we are all ready for a fresh start. Last year was challenging for all of us. Too many Zoom calls, too many canceled plans, and too few visits with family and friends. But as we optimistically look ahead to what is in …

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Spotting Lung Cancer Sooner

Spotting Lung Cancer Sooner

The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to draw attention to lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death in America, accounting for 24% of cancer deaths. What is particularly troubling about this statistic is that caught early, lung cancer may be highly treatable. The best way …

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Surgery

Most Out of Your Surgery

Submitted By Reconstructive Orthopaedics of Central Florida While surgery is often not the initial goal when seeking treatment for joint pain, it is sometimes the best resolution. Additionally, things like traumatic fractures, tears, and other injuries result in your physician ordering surgery to best address your pain, discomfort, or decreased …

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Finding Hope in the New Year

Finding Hope in the New Year

Submitted by Hospice of Marion County It’s an understatement to say that 2020 is a year that everyone would like to forget ever happened. The global pandemic is something we would like to put behind us and get back to some sort of “normal” life. However, we still grieve the …

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With Glaucoma, Management Makes All the Difference

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a set of eye diseases affecting the optic nerve, which is a group of about a million individual nerve fibers that collectively create a communication gateway between the eye and the brain. The optic nerve carries information collected by the retina to your brain for interpretation, creating what …

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In with the Good, Out with the Bad – Naples Soap Company

Naples Soap Company

2021 is here, and it’s time for a fresh start! We’re all accustomed to making New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, eat healthier, give up bad habits and make other lifestyle changes. But, there’s one health-related resolution that never makes the list: a pledge to take better care …

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Stasis Dermatitis Often Affects Those with Venous Insufficiency

Venous Insufficiency

By Bryan Carter, MPA-C, Phlebology-Surgery Painful, swollen legs, ankles and feet can be cause for alarm. Standing on your feet all day can cause a lot more than aches and pain. If your job or lifestyle requires you to stand for a majority of the day, your circulation will be …

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TMJ and Chronic Pain May Have More to do With Poor Sleep

TMJ

By Dr. Thomas Harter Do you ever find yourself clenching your jaw during the day, or do you wake up with a sore jaw and teeth in the morning? Grinding and clenching (bruxism) can cause periodontal disease, tension headaches, TMJ soreness, fractures, and broken or loose teeth. Bruxism can be …

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