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DETECTING MELANOMA

By Michael J. Freeman, M.D., PA Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. Fortunately, it rarely develops without warning, and the number of fatalities caused by melanoma could be greatly reduced if people were aware of the early signs and took time to examine their skin. With early diagnosis …

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Reopening the State: How to Stay Healthy!

Reopening the State: How to Stay Healthy!

Quick Care Med Urgent Care We’re starting to see a lot more interaction and activity, such as crowded beaches and businesses reopening. This is great for our economy, but we need to remember that the coronavirus is still lingering out there, and the experts expect it to have a second …

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Pacifica Senior Living: Dedicated to The Safety of Their Communities

Pacifica Senior Living

From balance issues, diminished eyesight, arthritis, immobility, to cognitive decline, some conditions make it high-risk and unsafe for seniors living on their own. Trips, slips, and falls from household items like extension cords, bulky area rugs, slippery bathtubs, ladders, and uneven flooring, are often what cause so many seniors to …

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Know the ABCs of Skin Cancer

Know the ABCs of Skin Cancer

More than 3.3 million people are treated annually for non-melanoma skin cancer and over 76,000 new cases of invasive melanoma will be diagnosed this year. In the last 30 years, more people have had skin cancers than all other types of cancer combined. In fact, one in five Americans is …

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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence

Having an overactive bladder is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, nearly 15 percent of women are dealing with it on a chronic basis. As you may suspect, it is more prominent in women due to pregnancies, menopause, and the unique structure of the female urinary tract. Stress Urinary Incontinence …

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The Truth About Esketamine (nasal S-ketamine spray)

The Truth About Esketamine

By Eric Milbrandt, MD, MPH Much has been made in the news lately about the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of esketamine (Spravato), the nasal S-ketamine spray by Janssen Pharmaceutical, a company owned by Johnson & Johnson. Ketamine is a medicine developed more than 50 years ago for anesthesia …

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Heat Safety Precautions for the Summer Months

Heat Safety

With weather approaching the upper 90’s and, on some days, triple digits, the heat can be unbearable at times and downright dangerous, this is especially true when we factor in the high level of humidity. Our bodies self-regulate heat by sweating and also through radiating heat back into the atmosphere. …

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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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Is it a senior moment… or something more serious?

senior moment

Mery J. Lossada, MD – Chief Medical Officer, Hospice of Marion County We’ve all had a ‘senior moment.’ We forget something and then laugh about it with friends and family, but the thought runs through the back of our mind: was it really temporary forgetfulness or could it be something more …

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