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Massage Therapy: Respected Career in a Growing Industry

The field of massage therapy is growing rapidly in response to the public’s increasing interest in forms of healthcare that promote well being and an improved quality of life. As a result, massage therapy is an emerging profession. In 2011, the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) estimated massage therapy was a $10 – 11 billion industry. According to the U.S. …

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Could Moderate Weight Loss Lower Your Chance of Developing Breast Cancer?

Researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center are finding links that indicate moderate weight loss decreases cancer risk in women.  This is especially true from women in and after menopause.  Researchers say that losing weight before the age of 60 can specifically lower cancer risks.  Early weight loss can affect hormones later in life. How do Hormones affect cancer risk? …

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Don’t let a Hearing Loss Get in the Way of Your Golf Game!

By Dana Luzon, Au.D., CCC-A, FAA – Golf can be a very enjoyable social sport to most people, but when you have difficulty understanding conversation in a small group, or have trouble understanding speech while there is wind noise on the course or in the golf cart, you may be experiencing a Sound VoidTM.  Sound Voids are moments that lack …

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Effective Weight Loss with Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center

By Stephen Sedita, AP – Weight loss is not as simple as eating less and/or exercising more. In order to lose weight the body’s waste management and digestive systems need to be functioning properly.  Most importantly to long term success the root cause of the weight gain must be addressed (stress eating, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, etc.)  According to traditional …

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BHRT offers Anti-Aging Benefits without the Risks Associated with traditional Hormone Replacement

Are You One of Thousands of Women Who Are Suffering From? •    Low Sex Drive and Libido? •    Sexual Dysfunction? •    Headaches and Migraines? •    Insomnia? •    Hot Flashes? •    Mood and Depression? •    Joint Aches and Pains? •    Stubborn Belly Fat? •    Brain Fog and Memory Loss? •    Weight Gain and Muscle Loss •    Fatigue and Sleeping Difficulty? As …

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Do Trials Shape You Or Break You?

By Terry Hoskins – Pain and suffering finds us regardless of who we are and is indeed a central part of the human experience. You may have everything this world has to offer like millions of dollars, cars, houses, and boats, yet when trials come, all the stuff of the world leaves you feeling empty. Riches and power were suppose …

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Knights Attack Their Own: The Story of Immune Systems Gone Berserk!

The Story of Immune Systems Gone Berserk

By Bruce R. Dooley, M.D. – It is the heat of battle and the knights are ferociously engaged in combat to protect their kingdom from invaders.  Smoke, screams and arrows fill the air. The din of clashing armor combines with exhaustion to create momentary confusion in the king’s front line of knights. Alas, some of the knights have now spun …

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Put Neck Pain Behind You

Put Neck Pain Behind You

By Dr. James McErlain, D.C. – If you thought surgery, physical therapy, or painful injections were your only options for neck pain treatment…think again. Jupiter Healthcare is proud to offer IDD Therapy, a non-invasive treatment that has offered lasting relief for thousands of patients who may have needed spinal surgery. What is IDD Therapy? Intervertebral Differential Dynamics (IDD) Therapy is …

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Are You Afraid of A Facelift? Consider the Whisper Lift®

Are You Afraid of A Facelift

By Anita Mandal, M.D. – Q: What is the Whisper Lift? A: The Whisper Lift was developed in 2007 by Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Anita Mandal as part of the next generation of Quick Recovery Facelifts. Designed for patients that want convenient procedures with less downtime, the Whisper Lift tightens and lifts sagging jowls and neck tissues without the …

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Custom Fitting Ear Buds for Music Listening

Custom Fitting Ear Buds for Music Listening

By Dana Luzon, Au.D., CCC-A, FAA – Ear canal shape and size can vary greatly between people.  Even left and ear and right ear can differ on the same person. So why do most listening ear buds only come in one standard size? Some people do not find standard ear buds to fit comfortably inside their ear canals while listening …

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TAKING THE GUESS WORK OUT OF CHOOSING A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

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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Menopause, Hormones and Hair Loss

Menopause Hormones and Hair Loss

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D. – Women expect hot flashes and mood swings to occur during “the change” but many women are unaware, and unprepared, for the fact that they may also find themselves facing hair loss and thinning during this time as well. After menopause about 40 percent of women experience hair thinning, which is almost the same rate …

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The Most Feared Word in the English Dictionary…

Cancer Prevention Class

This year alone, over 1.7 million Americans will be told that they “have” CANCER and 33% of those people will die. Every 30 seconds somebody is diagnosed with cancer. Cancer Prevention Class October 21 6:30pm Elevation Health of Jupiter 240 W Indiantown Rd. Suite 107 Do you know that most people ignore the very symptoms that, if listened to, could …

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Join Fitbella and Feel Better

Fitbella

As women we spend a lot of time caring for everyone around us. This leaves little time to care for ourselves. We are the first responders when the kids are sick, when our husbands need comforting, or when our best friend is going through a crisis. When we need to unwind and take off a load, we need some place …

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Addictions….A Step Towards God

Addictions....A Step Towards God

By Terry Hoskins – Truth leads us to reality The first step into freedom from an addiction begins with facing the truth. You must be willing to face and accept reality. Are you willing to take a look at your life as it really is? Or do you want to continue down the path of self deception that will eventually …

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Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)

Retinopathy of Prematurity

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. – Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is an eye disease that occurs in a small percentage of premature babies where abnormal blood vessels grow on the retina — the light-sensitive layer of cells lining the back of the eye that help us see. The image at left shows examples of normal and abnormal blood …

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Freezing Fat

Fat Freeze

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. – There are so many ways to lose weight and more so, so many diets out there to choose from. Yet so many people struggle with their shape and bulges that don’t seem to go away despite all the diet and exercise. There are a lot of factors that contribute to a person not being able …

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From Fruit to Fat!

From Fruit to Fat

By Jeffrey R Delaney, Nuviva Medical Weight Loss – With the risk of obesity, diabetes, hypertension and atherosclerosis growing larger every day, we have to ask ourselves what is causing this? A common additive present in processed foods like soft drinks, salad dressings, and store bought cakes, cookies, snacks, breakfast cereals and breads. What is this additive? High fructose corn …

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I Have “Deep Pockets”… What Does That Mean?

Deep Pockets

By Lee R. Cohen, D.D.S., M.S., M.S. – Many of us have heard the phrase, “you have deep pockets” when visiting the dentist’s office.  This is not a reference to your financial status, but a description of the health of your gums and bone. Part of a proper dental examination and routine dental hygiene appointment is the assessment of health …

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National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

I want to make you aware. Here is why… By Rebecca Shryock  – I want to tell you a story.  The story of how I learned to breathe life.  Not just live it, but feel it.  Taste it.  Breathe it. I’m a mother to three beautiful little boys who are all so charismatic and unique you wouldn’t believe it. I’m married …

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