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The Skinny on Fat Loss

The Skinny on Fat Loss

For many people getting rid of excess fat can be a lifelong battle.  Whether it’s excess love handles, excess fat around the knees or or flabby upper arms, pockets of fat can be difficult to reduce and sometimes diet and exercise are not enough to make a noticeable difference.  Now many medical professionals have found a non-invasive highly effective method …

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Sleep Apnea

By Barry N. Chase, DDS, PC, D. ABDSM, D. ACSDD – My uncle Moe often said, “You don’t know what you don’t know”. So, if you don’t know what you don’t know you are “better safe than sorry”. Uncle Moe called himself a Fortune Cookie philosopher. New research is now linking Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) with an increase in Cancer …

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TOTAL REJUVENATION

TOTAL REJUVENATION

Dear Valued Patient, If you are looking for a health care pro-fessional to assist you in reaching your greatest health potential, we urge you to consider Total Rejuvenation. Our greatest goal is to provide you with healthy, alternative choices that will enhance your health and well-being. We wanted to let you know about an exciting addition to our practice and …

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Fitbella Q&A

Stephanie Ours is a 30 year old Palm Beach Gardens resident.  Stephanie is stay at home mom to 16 month old Kate and pregnant with bundle of joy #2.  We asked Stephanie about her experience with Fitbella and here’s what she had to say. Q. How did you decide to join Fitbella? A. Fitbella actually found me. On a whim, …

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New Technology in the Battle against Osteoporosis

New Technology in the battle against Osteoporosis

You may already be aware of how vibration training can help drop a dress size, but did you also know that it could help fight the onset and progression of osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a silent malady, a fragile bone condition that affects 44 million Americans causing more than 1.5 million fractures each year in the U.S. at a cost of …

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Effective Treatment for Menopause and Weight Gain

Menopause and Weight Gain

Menopause is an inevitable part of a woman’s life, whether brought on by necessary surgery or the natural progression of time.  The symptoms often interfere with daily living and change women in a way that interferes with positive self image and emotions.  As women approach menopause they endure many symptoms, but one that proves the most difficult for many women …

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Identity Theft – It’s Everywhere

By Steven Harless, CPA and Donna Holm, CPA, MST – Of all the things that can be stolen, your identity is probably the most damaging. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information to commit fraud, open accounts or make purchases in your name and brings with it a ripple effect of problems that could take a year or …

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EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR THE WEEKEND OF WELLFEST DELRAY, MARCH 8-9, 2014

Over 120 Sponsors, Exhibitors, Speakers and Food Vendors will Educate, Entertain and Inspire! Some are calling it the best value in South Florida. For $15 day ($20 for both days and kids under 12 free) you can attend WellFest™ Delray 2014. You can even buy your tickets online at www.WellFestUSA.com and avoid the long lines. Either way, this trademarked event …

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Hearing Loss Myths: What You Haven’t Heard, Could Hurt You

Hearing Loss Myths

I’ll just have minor surgery like my friend did, and my hearing will be okay. Many people know someone whose hearing improved after medical or surgical treatment. It’s true that some types of hearing loss can be successfully treated. With adults, unfortunately, this only applies to 5-10% of cases. I’ve got one ear that’s down a little, but the other …

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A Valuable Therapy for Overall Good Health

A Valuable Therapy for Overall Good Health

By Susan Allen, Certified Lymphatic Therapist – There aren’t many “preventative maintenance” therapies in today’s world that will give a person as much overall benefit to their health and well being than Lymphatic Decongestive Therapy (LDT).  The Lymphatic System is not only grossly overlooked, but also of utmost importance in our body’s ability to function properly and remain healthy.  Often …

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FuelFood.com it’s Deliciously Simple!!!

FuelFood.com it’s Deliciously Simple

When you meet Erik  Leander you might find yourself a bit intimidated.  He’s focused, driven and massive.  Erik is 6’3” and 265 pounds of lean muscle.  He’s a master in the gym and in the kitchen.  Erik’s drive began at age 10 when he bought is 1st weight bench from Walmart with money earned from mowing neighborhood lawns.  Throughout his …

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New Hope For Migraine Sufferers

New Hope For Migraine Sufferers

By Dr. Kevin Davine – If you have ever suffered from migraines, then you know just how debilitating they can be.  Besides the intense pain they cause, migraines will interfere with every aspect of your life.  And many don’t realize that 80% of chronic migraine sufferers will have a stroke at some point in their life.  Unfortunately, up until this …

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Don’t Live with Chronic Anxiety

A powerful, drug-free method and technology can help – often dramatically. By Renee Chillcott, LMHC and Michael Cohen, Founder, CBT Do you or someone you know experience chronic anxiety? Are you excessively nervous or fearful? Do you have panic attacks?  If so, you’ve probably already tried or considered medications. Unfortunately, medications don’t always eliminate all the symptoms, and they can …

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Oral Habits and their Dental Effects

Oral Habits and their Dental Effects

By Dr. Minelle Tendler, DMD – Oral habits, including the use of the pacifier, finger sucking, teeth grinding (bruxism), and nail biting, are extremely common in children and are often a source of concern for many parents. Pediatricians, pediatric dentists and orthodontists are commonly approached for recommendations on how to eliminate the habit.  Taking a closer look to the nature …

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National Nutrition Month

National Nutrition Month

By Kimberly Marrone L.Ac, AP – We are 8 weeks into the New Year, and many of us have made New Year’s Resolutions to lose weight and improve our health, as we have made in many of the past years. Research tells us that even if we lose the weight we want, in a year or two, it will be …

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Alternative Health Options The New Path to Wellness

Alternative Health Options The New Path to Wellness

More and more people in the U.S. A. and around the globe are seeing alternative ways to help the body, mind and soul. The Internet has allowed information to be shared and spread – so the bad news about pharmaceutical drugs, for example, is out – and the benefits of many things that we find in nature are becoming more …

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Untreated Heartburn Can Lead to Long-term Damage and Health Problems

By Daniel Lindenberg, MD, PA – We have all experienced heartburn or acid reflux periodically. When is it time to seek professional help? Acid reflux is a normal physiologic process where the gastric contents of the stomach back up into the esophagus. When heartburn occurs infrequently, less than once a week, a simple over the counter antacid can work well. …

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The Cornea

The Cornea

By David A. Goldman MD – 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 …

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Spring (Change) is in the Air

Spring (Change) is in the Air

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – Spring ushers in a new season. It signals the end of “winter” and the beginning of something new. Spring brings new flowers, warmer temperatures, greener grass, and another baseball season. Spring also brings another ritual for many people: cleaning. Yep – good ol’ fashioned spring cleaning. “Out with the old and in …

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Chronic Pain and the Role of Mindfulness Meditation

Chronic Pain

By Jerry Lerner, M.D. – Sierra Tucson Medical Director & Chief of Pain Medicine – Chronic pain is not the same as acute, simple pain. Studies performed with a functional MRI machine (fMRI) in recent years have helped us ro understand that the brain of a person in chronic pain works differently than a person who has new onset of …

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