Thursday , November 26 2020

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) & Your Heart Health

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Nearly 24 Million Americans have COPD, and large number of them are over the age of 40 and have a history of smoking or being subjected to respiratory irritants such as chemicals and pollutants. COPD is a disease that is encompassed by chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma, causing shortness of …

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Ready to Lose Those Inches, Tighten and Tone? Discover TruSculpt® iD

Ready to Lose Those Inches

Personalized Body Sculpting | The Next Evolution It can be quite upsetting – You live a healthy lifestyle, work out, eat nutritious foods (not too much), and yet, you still have stubborn areas of fat and bulges that won’t go away. You’re not alone; many women and men face the …

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Sumter Senior Living Is Committed to Providing the Best in Senior Living Sumter Senior Living: It’s not like home. It is home.™

Sumter Senior LivingSumter Senior Living

Sumter Senior Living is committed to being essential senior living, providing the best in industry-leading, precautionary measures, dining catered to the individual, and engaging programming activities and events. “Our community is dedicated to providing the best in senior living and assist in every way possible with transitioning into the move …

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Why Getting a Flu Shot is Critical

Getting a Flu Shot

This year, we’ve been inundated and preoccupied with COVID-19, and while we need to remain diligent in physically distancing, wearing face coverings and practicing good hygiene, we cannot forget about the importance of getting the flu shot. Although we’re uncertain of how threatening the flu season may prove to be, …

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National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Submitted by Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care November is National Hospice and Palliative Care month. A time when hospices across America, like Cornerstone, make an extra effort to educate citizens about hospice and palliative care. There are thousands of people who die every year having not received the benefit of …

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Can Regenerative Medicine Relieve Your Shoulder Pain?

By Physicians Rehabilitation If you suffer from shoulder pain due to injury, degeneration or disease, you know that most physicians will tell you there are two options, medications such as narcotics, or steroids (which are addictive and risky), or surgery, which is often unnecessary. While surgery may be needed with …

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What Does Your Prediabetes Diagnosis Suggest?

By Denise A. Pancyrz – Diabetes Reversal & Holistic Lifestyle Coach, Speaker, Author What does one find searching the Internet to explain prediabetes? According to WebMD.com, prediabetes is when your blood sugar level is higher than it should be but not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes. It may …

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Interleukin-6: The Inflammation Marker You Need to Know

Interleukin-6

By Bo Martinsen, MD By now, most people have learned that surviving COVID-19 often comes down to having a well-performing immune system. But how do you know if your immune system is in good shape? New research shows that interleukin levels may be one of the strongest predictors of future health …

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WHY DO SO MANY PATIENTS TRUST COMPTON CHIROPRACTIC CARE? THEIR STORIES MIGHT HELP YOU!

CHIROPRACTIC CARE

By Compton Chiropractic Care When you have suffered an injury, Compton Chiropractic Care LLC can help you on the road to recovery. Our golf cart accessible facility located in The Villages, FL offers a variety of services to people just like you who are suffering with many different ailments. No …

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How to Avoid Holiday Heartburn

Avoid Holiday Heartburn

By Karina Hammer The holidays are around the corner and with all the over-indulging and overeating, this can be a time of pain and discomfort. Are you tired of being in pain after every meal? Is acid reflux keeping you up at night? Are you waking up with heartburn more …

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