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Retinal tear and retinal detachment

Retinal tear and retinal detachment

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. The retina is the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of our eye. Light rays are focused onto the retina through our cornea, pupil and lens. The retina converts the light rays into impulses that travel through the optic nerve to our brain, where they are interpreted as the images we see. A healthy, …

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Protecting Your Eyes

By David A. Goldman MD – Protecting your eyes from injury is one of the most basic things you can do to keep your vision healthy throughout your life. You may be somewhat aware of the possible risks of eye injuries, but are you taking the easiest step of all to prevent 90 percent of those injuries: wearing the proper …

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Breaking Through

Breaking Through

Two years ago this very month I found myself in what was seemingly a perpetual series of events that turned our world upside down. It was one of the most difficult times of my life. In a very short span of a couple of weeks I found myself having been betrayed by people I love very much,;criticized, and even cast …

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Introducing ReSound LiNX3D with ReSound Assist

Introducing ReSound LiNX3D with ReSound Assist

By: Dana Luzon, Au.D., FAAA Hearing aid manufacturers are constantly improving on the quality of their devices, and with every new launch comes new features that may benefit the patient and the audiologist.  Having an audiologist to customize and adjust your hearing devices is an integral part of your hearing care experience. With most hearing devices, they must be fine-tuned …

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Turn Back the Hands of Time!

Turn Back the Hands of Time!

Now you can restore a more youthful appearance to your hands with the instant volumizing effect of Radiesse! Did you know that next to the face, our hands reveal the most about our age? Simple, everyday gestures such as a handshake, a touch of the face, even a sip from a cup put our hands on constant display. Over time, …

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Disc Herniations: not all are equal

Disc Herniations: not all are equal

By Dr. Jonathan Chung Neck pain and back pain are two of the most common reasons for visits to a doctor’s office. One of the most notorious causes of neck and back pain are caused by herniated discs in the spine. Most people have heard of a herniated disc, but there’s a lot of misinformation about the condition what to …

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Little Known Can be Can Be a Life-Saver

Little Known Can be Can Be a Life-SaverLittle Known Can be Can Be a Life-Saver

Written By Thomas Gregory – U.S. Navy Veteran Established in 1952 under Title 38 of the United States Code, Congress created two types of benefits for war Veterans and their survivors within the Department of Veteran Affairs. The first is “compensation for service-related disability or death” and second, “a pension for non-service connected disability or death”. A little-known VA pension, …

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Too Much Gum Tissue Shows When I Smile: What Can Be Done?

One of the things we notice when meeting a person for the first time is their smile. A smile does not just involve the teeth themselves, but also the gum tissues that act as the frame around the teeth. If either the teeth or the gum tissue are out of proportion, unwanted attention may be brought to these areas. Our …

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Platelet-Rich Plasma for Hair Regrowth:

5 Frequently Asked Questions about PRP

5 Frequently Asked Questions about PRP By Dr. Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS Board-Certified Hair Restoration Physician Using concentrated growth factors from our own blood platelets is a relatively new practice in the field of medical hair restoration, but PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma has been widely used in orthopedics, dentistry and plastic surgery for decades. What initially began as a …

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Do I have Uveitis?

Do I have Uveitis

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. Uveitis is inflammation of the uvea, which is made up of the iris, ciliary body and choroid. Together, these form the middle layer of the eye between the retina and the sclera (white of the eye). The eye is shaped like a tennis ball, with three different layers of tissue surrounding the central …

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Why Do I have The Summertime Blues?

Why Do I have The Summertime Blues?

By Renee Chillcott, LMHC When we think of summer we imagine swimming pools, beach time, picnics, vacations and loads of fun-in-the-sun.  Our emotions are happy and carefree.  We don’t usually imagine depression or anxiety during the summer months, as we reserve that emotion for the winter. So why does summer mean increased depression, anxiety and headaches for me or my …

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It’s Hot Everywhere in July

Hot in July

Brent Myers Have you noticed that Summer has arrived? If you haven’t, just wait, you will. This is how I can usually tell that our wonderful south Florida Summer has come: when I bathe, get dressed, walk outside the house thirty feet to my car and when I get in – I feel like someone has rubbed a glazed doughnut …

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Relax

relax

By William H. Stager, DO, MS, MPH, FAAFP, FAAMA, FAAO, FACOFP dist. We all deal with stress every day and we hear about it everywhere. Friends and family, at work or play, on TV or movies, books or news: everybody’s talking about stress. So what are we doing about it? First, let’s define stress. Many years ago, Dr. Hans Selye, …

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Does Your Child Have an Anxiety Disorder?

Does Your Child Have an Anxiety Disorder

Neurofeedback Helps Anxiety in Children without Medication by Michael Cohen, Director Center for Brain It’s a startling fact: One in every 10 children has an anxiety disorder, and many of those children are being given powerful drugs to try to treat it. Anxious children are different from kids with normal fears Anxiety and fear are a normal state of mind …

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CooLifting: The future of facials has arrived

The future of facials has arrived

The future of the facial is here! CooLifting is a simple, fast and effective treatment that dramatically reduces wrinkles and rejuvenates treated areas in just 5 minutes. CooLifting is designed to treat facial wrinkles, in both the expression zones and the gravitational zones: eyes outline, forehead, frown, cheeks and lips’ zone. The reduction of wrinkles has been the cornerstone of …

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Do addiction treatment programs work?

Do addiction treatment programs work?

Many people have doubts regarding the efficacy of addiction treatment due to the high rate of relapse following the completion of treatment. Due to the chronic nature of the disease, relapsing is common and does not mean treatment has “failed.” Rather, it’s an indication that treatment needs to be reinstated or adjusted. In fact, research investigating the efficacy of addiction …

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The Cornea

Although people may have heard the word ‘cornea’ in reference to the eye, many are unaware of what is really refers to. While diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration affect the back of the eye, the cornea is in the front of the eye. In fact, the cornea is the most anterior structure of the eye. It is the …

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Am I A Candidate For Immediate Dental Implants?

Am I A Candidate For Immediate Dental Implants?

Many of our patients start their consultation for dental implants very confused from the numerous advertisements they have read.  Often times, patients are not clear exactly what a dental implant consists of or how it can be used to help replace a missing tooth or teeth. The Basics: Teeth consist of 2 parts: the Crown- the part you see when …

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Losing Your Hair? Check Your Medicine Cabinet

Losing Your Hair? Check Your Medicine Cabinet

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman, Hair Loss Specialist Your doctor says you need them to stay healthy, but could your prescription medications be causing your hair to fall out? Many prescription drugs are notorious for weakening hair follicles and hair loss is often listed as a possible side effect. Drug-induced hair loss Like any other type of hair loss, drug-induced …

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Combating Medication Overuse Headaches

Combating Medication Overuse Headaches

By Dr. Jonathan Chung Medication overuse headache (MOH) is a very common manifestation of chronic headache patients. It is one of the unique instances where a once effective way of controlling an illness will actually perpetuate the illness further as the body adapts to a chemical intervention. This condition is unique to patients with chronic daily headache disorders and various …

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