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Is Snoring Ruining Your Relationship?

Is Snoring Ruining Your Relationship

By Natalia Tsar, DDS, LVIF – Loud snoring can keep those around you from getting good rest and eventually disrupt your relationships. It’s not uncommon for a partner to go to another room, or even on another floor of the house, to be able to sleep. Many bed partners of people who snore are sleep-deprived as well. Sure snoring isn’t …

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STOP THE INFLAMMATION

STOP THE INFLAMMATION

INTRODUCING THE LATEST IN STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGY TARGETED TO ALLEVIATE THE SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS (AND MANY MORE AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS) By Dana Chauncey Lesser, CLT – ELECTRO-SOUND LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE THERAPY OF PALM BEACH WHAT IS ELECTRO-SOUND LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE THERAPY? Electro-Sound Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle, relaxing, non-invasive, accelerated method of cleansing and detoxifying the lymphatic system. This …

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Massage Therapy and Breaking the Pain Spasm Cycle

Massage Therapy and Breaking the Pain Spasm Cycle

Have you ever wondered why days after a muscular strain or injury, your body may start to hurt more?  Time passes and your muscles feel bruised while you seem to be losing strength and mobility? The answer is found in what is called the pain spasm cycle. The pain spasm cycle is incredibly fascinating as it is actually a result …

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Take the Wellness Home Survey!

Take the Wellness Home Survey

By Dr. Daniel Pero – Sometimes in our quest to treat patients for a specific disease entity, as healthcare practitioners, we somehow lose the big picture of taking care of patients from a global perspective. Each specialty and sub-specialty focuses within their scope of practice, to bring “sick” patients back to being “not sick”. But we all know there is …

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MOVIE “MADNESS”

MOVIE MADNESS

By Dr. Kristie DeBlasio, Advanced Mental Health Care – Many movies depict mental illness through the main characters and attempt to present the reality that comes with each diagnosis. Movies such as Girl Interrupted, Leaving Las Vegas, and Shutter Island tackle the challenges patients face when living with Alcoholism, Delusional Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Borderline Personality Disorder, among others. …

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Why We Look Fat & Bad

Why We Look Fat & Bad

By Stephen Sedita, AP, DOM – Summertime is approaching, which means time for beaches, pools and swimsuits!  Many people are not comfortable with how they look in a swimsuit. But almost no one stops to consider that looking good is more complicated than how you shape fills out (or not) your swimwear. Research has shown that a person’s level of …

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Listen Anxious Heart… PRAY!

Listen Anxious Heart

By Terry Hoskins – “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:6-7, NIV) Prayer Changes Everything Paul tells us how to deal with anxiety as we see in …

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Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis?

By Jack Gardner, M.D. – Do you find it increasingly difficult to get a good night’s rest, leaving you fatigued during the day? Are you sensitive to hot and cold temperatures?  Do you feel stressed and/or depressed on a regular basis? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may have Rheumatoid Arthritis and not even know it. …

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TAKING THE GUESS WORK OUT OF CHOOSING A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

For many people, choosing a retirement community is not something that involves a great deal of advance planning. Quite often, decisions are made with a sense of urgency that can lead to a community that may not be best for a particular resident’s or couple’s needs. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Reputable retirement communities will offer similar …

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The Role of the Orthopaedic Surgeon

“After the dust settles and the ambulance sirens fade, the work for the trauma doctor begins.” By Matthew Stiebel, MD, FRCSC – In light of the recent events in Boston, this month’s article will follow a different vein– out of respect and empathy for the people of Beantown. Many people come to visit their orthopaedic surgeon when they have pain …

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What Is a Macular Pucker?

What Is a Macular Pucker

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. – A macular pucker (also called an epiretinal membrane) is a layer of scar tissue that grows on the surface of the retina, particularly the macula, which is the part of your eye responsible for detailed, central vision. The macula is the small area at the center of the eye’s retina that allows …

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FITBELLA – Finally, a Fitness Routine You CAN Commit To

How many diets or exercise routines have you started with all intentions of reaching a certain goal? And how many times have you found one excuse after another to slowly and ultimately altogether stop making time for physical activity and watching what you eat? Most times, women can rationalize giving up a fitness goal, especially when they are only accountable …

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Patient Finds Pain Relief and New Lease on Life with MCU Treatments

Does the fear of one wrong move keep you from enjoying activities you used to love? Do you find yourself sitting on the sidelines and letting life pass you by for fear of waking the chronic pain you try so hard to avoid? If you are like Robert Watkins was prior to multi-cervical unit treatments, you adapt your lifestyle and …

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A New Solution to Getting Rid of Cellulite

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. – Until recently the industry has been very limited on the resources available to treat cellulite. Some technologies may have been able to minimize cellulite, but definitely not eradicate it. Cellulite is the pulling of fibrous bands underneath the skin that creates the orange peel look, most commonly seen on women on the thighs and buttocks. …

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They Never Taught Me This in Medical School!

By Bruce R. Dooley, M.D. – They never taught me that most people are more concerned with servicing their car before a long trip so they don’t break down in the middle of nowhere, than they are about servicing their body for the (hopefully) long trip called LIFE. In fact we really never were taught wellness and prevention, which, sadly, …

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NEOGRAFT: This is NOT Your Father’s Hair Transplant!

Hair Transplant

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D. – Unlike wigs, weaves, hairpieces, camouflage powders, lotions, potions and sprays, hair transplantation is the only permanent way to restore your own living and growing hair. Combatting hair loss and restoring ones hair can certainly give you a boost… Yet we’ve all seen the unsightly signs of hair transplants “gone wrong.” Pluggy, unnatural hairlines, perhaps …

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Do You Have Heel Pain?

By Dr. Karl Michel – Having trouble standing, walking or running?  A great number of the population at some point in their lifetime will suffer from heel pain which often impede them from their daily activities. If you haven’t had to deal with it personally, just ask around. Chances are you know lots of people who can describe it in …

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Hearing Loss: More Common Than You Think

Written by Susan Lopez Au.D., brought to you by Dana Luzon Au.D. – According to the Better Hearing Institute, hearing loss is now the third most common health problem in the country today, behind only arthritis and heart disease with more than 50 million Americans suffering from its effects.  With May being recognized as the 86th Annual National Better Hearing …

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“Are your silver fillings making you Sick?” Dr Oz investigates

By Natalia Tsar, DDS, LVIF – On his show airing March 23, 2013, Dr. Oz posed the question “Are your silver fillings making you sick?” Silver fillings A.K.A. amalgam fillings A.K.A mercury amalgam fillings have been used to fill and restore teeth for over 150 years. And the controversy surrounding their safety has been around just as long. Dental amalgam, …

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Anxiety, Fear, Panic Attacks, Nervousness?

 Innovative Technology  Can Help – Often Dramatically.  By Ed Pigott, Ph.D. and Michael Cohen, Director – 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 medications or been told to try them.  Unfortunately medications don’t always eliminate all of the symptoms. Even more …

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