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Teeth the Same Day: Yes This Treatment is a Possibility

By Lee R. Cohen, D.D.S., M.S., M.S. – One of the most amazing possibilities dentistry can offer is providing a patient new teeth the same day.  Magical transformations can help replace a single missing front tooth or whole mouth of teeth.  These therapies are well researched and have a great deal of success in certain circumstances. How Does It Work: …

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#selfie

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – Every year, Oxford Dictionaries announces a “Word of the Year”. This is a word or expression that has attracted a great deal of interest throughout that year. This year’s word is: Selfie. A selfie is a photograph of yourself taken with a mobile phone or other handheld device, and uploaded to social …

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Improve Your Health With Ideal Protein Weight Loss Program

Improve Your Health

With the Ideal Protein Program, you will not only rediscover your ideal shape, but you will also significantly improve your health. The plan is designed to work with Ideal Protein’s high-quality nutritional supplements, a unique combination that guarantees safe and healthy weight loss. These supplements are designed to ensure a nutritionally comprehensive weight loss program. Come and meet us for …

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Shedding Pounds Can Lead to Shedding Hair

Shedding Pounds Can Lead to Shedding Hair

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D.- Crash dieting may seem like the perfect way to shed the unwanted pounds we all seem to inevitably pack on during the holidays, but they can have serious implications on our health. But unfortunately, despite the risks, these extreme dieting methods are gaining popularity, especially among young women who are willing to sacrifice their health …

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Welcome Home to Gracious Living at Prosperity Oaks

Welcome Home to Gracious Living at Prosperity Oaks

At Prosperity Oaks, we know you have your own unique story—and knowing that story is an important part of how we make you feel like family. After all, no place feels like home without family. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be greeted with a warm welcome from the friendly faces of those who live and work here. Our associates …

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FitBelly – A Program Designed Specifically for Mommy Post Pregnancy

FitBelly

While Fitness, nutrition, and wellness are common slogans in today, little exists to address mommy’s specific body needs once baby makes his/her arrival.  Mom’s everywhere are amazed by the dramatic body changes an 8 lb bundle of joy can create.  Struggling to get back into pre-baby jeans is a problem we help women solve every day. The typical pregnancy lasts …

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LANAP: A Painless Way to Treat Gum and Bone Loss

A Painless Way to Treat Gum and Bone Loss

By Lee R. Cohen, D.D.S., M.S., M.S. – Many of us have been told by the dentist and the hygienist that we have developed “deep pockets” or experienced bone loss around our teeth.  These comments often trigger fear related to losing teeth and the pain associated with treatment.  Although traditional periodontal surgery to treat these issues can often be performed …

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Oh My Sciatica…

Oh My Sciatica

By Dr. James McErlain, D.C. – Sciatica has been the topic of jokes on TV, in movies, and comedy skits.  If you experienced the pain associated with Sciatica you understand it’s no laughing matter. Sciatica is a symptom of a greater problem.  The pain can be excruciating and makes standing or sitting nearly impossible. Jupiter Healthcare has had the privilege …

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What Is Eye Lymphoma?

What Is Eye Lymphoma

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. – In contrast to other systemic lymphomas, which usually involve the retina and iris (the colored portion of the eye), primary intraocular lymphoma (PIOL) involves the retina, vitreous and optic nerve. Eighty percent of cases involve both eyes; many people with PIOL will develop lymphoma within the part of the brain called the …

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Intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy

Intravenous EDTA Chelation Therapy

Remarkable, Proven IV Treatment To Improve Circulation and Cell Health and To Avoid Surgery Half a Century of Therapeutic Use For over 60 years chelation therapy has served as a highly effective and safe intravenous treatment for the elimination of toxic heavy metals and the improvement of circulatory problems. Since 1994 Bruce Dooley, M.D., has treated over 5,000 patients using …

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Hearing Loss and Relationships

Hearing Loss and Relationships

Written by Melinda ‘Sunni’ McBride, Au. D. Brought to you by Dana Luzon, Au.D. – Back in 1971 when Sly and the Family Stone hit number one on the pop charts, no one was relating the chorus “It’s a family affair” to hearing impairment. Today, people who are dealing with age-related hearing loss in parents or a spouse— even those …

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Facelift

Facelift

After 17 years under consistent ownership, Ultima was acquired in May by Tamie and Michael Platt, residents of downtown WPB.   “I was a member of Ultima and after years of telling my trainer, Pete Pietrini (Director of Personal Training), all the things I would do if I owned the gym, I decided to actually do it,” says Michael. The NEW …

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Massage Therapy as Treatment for ITB Syndrome

Massage Therapy as Treatment for ITB Syndrome

By David Light, PT, DPT, MTC Director, Regional Physiotherapy Centre School of Massage Therapy Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common overuse injuries among runners.  It can also be seen in cyclists, hikers and weight lifters, particularly with heavy squats but is one of the leading causes of lateral knee pain in the running population.  ITBS can …

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THE SOCIAL SECURITY DEBATE – What age is the right age?

THE SOCIAL SECURITY DEBATE

By Donna Holm, CPA, MST, Associate of Harless & Associates – While rumors circulate that the Social Security System is going bankrupt, consider the source of funding; every U.S. wage earner. While it is true that there are fewer workers for every benefit recipient, (2.8:1 in 2011 vs. 5:1 in 1960), and the average American will collect much longer than …

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Acupuncture as Weight-Loss

This year, we decided to highlight Dr. Meng’s Weight Loss Program at Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center as another way to demonstrate how acupuncture can be a method to wellness. Would weight loss cure an illness? Not completely, no, but with the relieved pressure the body experiences that comes with the reduction of the amount of weight it’s supporting, many symptoms …

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Protecting Your Eyes

protect 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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Great Joy

Great Joy

By Jodi Thomas – I have a confession to make.  When I first see Christmas decorations at the beginning of November, I feel a wave of anxiety come over me. Some of you think that’s crazy.  For you, Christmas is truly “the most wonderful time of the year.”  Like my friend, Debbie—who literally wants to leave her Christmas tree up …

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End of Year Tax Tips

End of Year Tax Tips

By Donna Holm, CPA, MST, Associate of Harless & Associates – As the year comes to a close, your thoughts may not be on tax preparation!  Government shutdowns can cause delays and uncertainty, but death and taxes are assured and all tax deadlines remain in place.  Preparing for April 15th should begin now so that the process can go as …

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Breast Health and the Role of Thermography

Breast Health and the Role of Thermography

By Mike Godfrey, M.D. and Bruce R. Dooley, M.D. – Can a healthy breast develop cancer or does the breast first become unhealthy? If the latter, how can one learn if their breasts have become unhealthy? Logically, breast cancer cannot develop in a healthy breast. A normal breast has to first become unhealthy and thus would have an environment conducive …

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What Is HIV?

HIV

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. – The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that causes the body’s immune system to break down. Your immune system fights off illness and infection and is very important for a healthy body. Once HIV is present in the body, it attacks important white blood cells in your immune system called lymphocytes, …

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