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Brilliant Dermatology

Brilliant Dermatology

By Elissa S. Norton, MD, FAAD Have you ever woken up in the morning and noticed a new “friend,” “barnacle” or “gift” on your skin? What are these pesky growths and what can we do about them? While Dr. Norton recommends having a full body skin examination once yearly to screen for skin cancer, the good news is that not …

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Healthy Holiday Eating

Healthy Holiday Eating

By Jeannie Gedeon, MPH, RDN/LDN, CAP/ICADC The holidays are upon us with 6 weeks of temptations from the end of November to the beginning of January, with well-wishers who leave plates of cookies at the office or drop by with gooey treats like fudge or cheese balls as holiday gifts. The result: Many gain a substantial amount of weight during …

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PAIN, STRESS, FOCUS, WEIGHT LOSS AND DISCOMFORT? HEAT UP AND RELAX!!

HEAT UP AND RELAX!!

Regardless of who you are, chances are you have symptoms relating to one or all of the above. Do you know there are enjoyable, easy alternatives to medicines and/or just dealing with it? Our body is the perfect machine and has the ability to correct many of these issues if put in the right environment. This means that yes eating …

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Ultimate Cryotherapy

Ultimate Cryotherapy

Hmmm. Let’s see what is on TV tonight. Shark Tank is always a good watch. Wonder what weird businesses they are going to have in the tank. What is this? Cryotherapy? Never heard of it, but it looks interesting. So, you get in a chamber and get hit with -240 degree gas to take away pain and inflammation, that definitely …

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Top 5 Ways to Hear Better for the Holidays

Top 5 Ways to Hear Better for the Holidays

By: Dana Luzon, Au.D., FAAA, Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology As the holidays approach, social gatherings, entertainment, and time with family become far more prominent. This time of year is about connecting with what helps you embrace and celebrate the holidays. But if you have a hearing impairment or other communication issues, connecting can be difficult, both for you and your …

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Holiday Gift Ideas That Grow on You

Bauman Medical

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS Board-Certified Hair Restoration Physician As we come into the holiday season, it’s likely you’ll find yourself looking for fresh and creative gift ideas for the special people in your life. Now, if you’re like me, then you likely feel that the best gifts for “someone who has everything” are the kind of gifts …

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Diabetes Education and Management: It Takes a Village

Diabetes Education and Management: It Takes a Village

By Noelle Stewart, DO, FQHC Medical Director C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics Every November, local communities across the nation recognize “National Diabetes Month” to raise awareness about its impact on millions of Americans – children and adults. Here in Palm Beach County, the Diabetes Coalition estimates that approximately 11% of the population (roughly 119,000 adults as of 2016) have …

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CULTIVATING GRATITUDE: The Foundation for Attracting Abundance

CULTIVATING GRATITUDE:

“Gratitude turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity…it makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” – Melody Beattie SCARCITY: THE “NEVER ENOUGH” BELIEF Do you ever toss & turn at night, when it is time to go to sleep, with …

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VIP CONCIERGE PAIN MANAGEMENT

By Dr. Ricardo Lean This program is very useful for local patients with limited insurance coverage and even more useful for our snowbirds that arrive on November and have limited or no coverage in Florida. It is customary in Pain Management to have monthly visits and to perform some procedures that ameliorate pain to reduce the amount of medications and …

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What is COPD?

What is COPD?

The bronchial tubes are the tubes that carry air into your lungs. They can become irritated by viruses (colds, flu) and smoking. People with emphysema and chronic bronchitis are diagnosed as having Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. With COPD, bronchial tubes are inflamed and lined with mucous. Coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and tightness of chest are typical symptoms of this …

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What is EFT And How Can It Help Me?

Emotional frееdоm tесhniquеs оr EFT iѕ thе grоuр of ѕtrоng рrосеѕѕеѕ whiсh can ѕuрроrt еvеrуbоdу to аttаin truе freedom frоm the еmоtiоnѕ thаt have gеnеrаtеd рrоblеmѕ in thеir lives. Thеѕе tесhniquеѕ are developed аѕ brеаkthrоughѕ in thе аrеа оf рѕусhоlоgу. Thоuѕаndѕ оf реорlе uѕе this ѕuссеѕѕfullу resolving various types of diffiсultiеѕ. Thеy аrе bесоming as popular аѕ modern mirасlе because …

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Advanced Techniques to Replace Your Hair Follicles

premetix

Permetix Ink Hair loss can be caused by several different factors, age, alopecia, cancer treatments, family history, and various disorders. No matter what the cause, for many individuals dealing with the loss of hair can be traumatic and devastating. There is a medical alternative to help fill in the partial areas or the entire scalp where hair loss is prevalent. …

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Developing Discipline

Developing Discipline

Here’s a question for you: What is one thing in your life that you are not doing, that if you started doing on a regular basis would make a tremendous positive difference in your life? Here’s a follow-up question: why are you not doing it? Answer: most of us are not doing it because we lack discipline. In ancient times …

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Reversing Gum Recession: Scalpel FREE, Suture FREE, Graft FREE

Reversing Gum Recession:

Gum recession is very common among patients for a variety of reasons. Recession can occur due to genetics, past orthodontics (braces), tooth shifting, infrequent dental hygiene appointments, inflammation and aggressive tooth brushing (among others). Recession is the loss of the gum tissue that covers the root portion of the tooth. The gum tissue protects both the tooth itself, along with …

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I Bumped My Head… How Do I Put an Ice Pack on My Brain?

I Bumped My Head...

Concussions are getting more and more attention these days and as the focus on NFL football players experiencing residual effects of concussions many years later is making headlines, youth sports officials are taking action.  More knowledge is being given to referees and parents about the risk and symptoms and more physicians and ER’s are screening and testing for concussions as …

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Would You Invest $37 to Find Out if there’s a Way to Get You Pain-Free and Healthy Again?

Would You Invest $37 to Find Out if there’s a Way to Get You Pain-Free and Healthy Again?

even if you’ve been frustrated before… Dear friend, Almost 35 years ago at the age of 5, I started having headaches, which later turned in to migraines. My parents took me to specialists after specialists. They ordered CAT scans, MRI’s and performed several tests. I was put on powerful medication, which offered little to no relief. There were days that …

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Benefits of Having a Dental Implant Placed at the Time Your Tooth is Extracted

Dental Implant Placed

Dental implants have become one of the most popular choices for patients who need to replace some or all of their teeth.  The implant itself is nothing more than a new tooth root (made of titanium) that is placed where the old tooth root used to live under the gum.  A new crown can be connected to the implant to …

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Is “Vampire PRP” the Answer to Your Scary Hair Loss?

Is “Vampire PRP” the Answer to Your Scary Hair Loss?

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman Losing your hair can be scary. In fact, hair loss is often cited as one of the biggest concerns associated with aging among both men and women. So why is hair loss so terrifying? In nearly every culture, hair is associated with youth, sex appeal and good health, which explains why we try so hard …

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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia

By William H. Stager, DO, MS, MPH, FAAFP, FAAMA, FAAO, FACOFP dist. Fibromyalgia is a common pain syndrome affecting about two percent of Americans, more in women than in men. I call it a syndrome because it is a spectrum of conditions, whose predominant signs and symptoms include muscular pain, fatigue, and mood changes. Its’ cause is unknown, and there …

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October is National Audiology Awareness Month

October is National Audiology Awareness Month

By: Dana Luzon, Au.D., FAAA, Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology Hearing loss is an increasing health concern in this nation. Over 36 million American adults have some degree of hearing loss. That’s more than four times the amount of people who live in New York City. The statistics are shocking, and even more so knowing that more than half of those …

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