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What are the effects of CHF, and how can it be treated and prevented?

South Palm Cardiovascular

Congestive heart failure can cause other organs such as your kidneys and liver to fail as well. Untreated CHF can also cause damage to your heart valves, and may lead to the development of blood clots, which increase your risk of stroke. Not all conditions that lead to congestive heart failure can be reversed, but treatment can mitigate the symptoms …

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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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Healthy Hearing Travel Tips: Planning your vacation

Healthy Hearing Travel Tips

Going somewhere this summer? The point of a vacation is to relax, not stress, but hearing loss can sometimes get in the way of your mental detox. So plan ahead: check what accommodations for individuals with hearing loss exist at your hotel or resort, with your travel arrangements and the attractions at your destination. Proper preparation and advance research will …

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Why We Need to Pay Attention to Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

By Sarah Crane The first day of August heralds a scramble for any parent: preparing our children for heading back to school, choosing the “right” backpack to pair with the “cool” lunchbox, and grappling for the last crayons in the Target school supplies section. As parents, we are devoted to improving our children’s academic abilities by supplying them with the …

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Trouble Falling Asleep? Up All Night? Sleep better without drugs.

Sleep better without drugs.

New technology focused on brain health can help you fall asleep easier and get a good night’s rest. By Michael Cohen, Founder, Center for Brain Training If you struggle to fall asleep, have trouble staying asleep, and can’t remember the last good night’s rest you’ve had, you are not alone. Studies show that between 50 and 70 million Americans don’t …

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Breaking Through

Breaking Through

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life One year 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 …

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Calling All Men: Protect Your Well-Being with a Hearing Check

Hearing Check

Men now can take an easy step toward protecting their well-being, vitality, and quality of life by checking their hearing online at www.hearusa.com. In light of increasing evidence that hearing loss is linked to other men’s health issues, Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging men of all ages to address their hearing health. The free, confidential, online hearing check helps …

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The Worlds Stage:

The Worlds Stage

An Integrated Multi-Sector Health Event, Free to Attend  from the Comfort of your Home or Office Let’s create a people to people solutions network and put our health in our own hand. By Steven Jay As personal technology continues to advance in Lightning speeds,  it is a belief we can utilize personal tech and the applications it provides us with …

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Child Obesity

Child Obesity

“He’s so chubby and cute.” “What I feed my child at this age, doesn’t really matter.” “Do as I say, not as I do.” These are some of the common themes I hear when working with obese parents with overweight kids. According to the CDC, over the past 30 years the prevalence of obesity has more than doubled in the …

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Eastern Medicine and Western Culture Integration

Eastern Medicine

The integration of Eastern medicine is beginning to permeate our Western culture and for good reason. Research about our world and the universe in which we live is proving the ancients were correct. Dr. Vladimir Poponin, a quantum biologist demonstrated that photon particles isolated in an empty container acted in a random manner but when subject to DNA it lined …

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The Lemon The University of Natural Healing

The Lemon The University of Natural Healing

By Ronna L. Clements, Natural Health& Wellness Innovator At the very beginning of any kind of illness there is a breakdown of the liver. One of the livers functions is to produce six billion types of enzymes and it is these various enzymes that supply the raw materials used by all of the organs and glands of the body.  Our …

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Understanding Stroke

Understanding Stroke

By Dr. M. Damas Stroke is defined as an onset of focal or global neurological symptoms caused by ischemia or hemorrhage within or around the brain resulting from diseases of the cerebral blood vessels. When an interruption of oxygen occurs, the nerve cells can get damage and they die as a result and part of the body that they provide …

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Electro-Lymphatic Decongestive Therapy…

Electro-Lymphatic Decongestive Therapy

It’s History, Development & Application By Susan Allen, Certified Lymphatic Therapist Electro-Lymphatic Decongestive Therapy is a gentle, light touch non-invasive technique that opens up the lymphatic pathways all over your body to ensure that all toxins are readily expedited out of your system.  When implementing this type of therapy, you can achieve better absorption of nutriceuticals and medications, which will …

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Are You at Risk for Developing Stomach Ulcers?

Developing Stomach Ulcers

By Daniel Lindenberg, MD, PA If you think stress, spicy foods, or alcohol causes the majority of stomach ulcers you would be among the majority of Americans…you would also be wrong.  A small spiral shaped bacterium commonly found in the stomach H. pylori is responsible of 80% of stomach ulcers and 90% of ulcers in the upper end of the …

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Do You Have the Hair Loss Gene?

Do You Have the Hair Loss Gene?

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman One of the most common myths when it comes to hair loss is that it’s only passed down from the mother’s side of the family. In reality, genetic factors that influence hair loss can be inherited from either your mother’s or father’s side of the family. Scientists believe there are approximately 200 genes that regulate …

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Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. Stem cells are your body’s natural healing cells. They are recruited by chemical signals emitted by damaged tissues to repair and regenerate your damaged cells.  Stem cells derived from your own tissues may well be the next major advancement in medicine. There is new technology available to produce a solution rich with your own stem cells. …

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LOW TESTOSTERONE

LOW TESTOSTERONE

Millions of American males suffer from hypogonadism, often referred to as “low T.” This condition affects men of all ages and causes a number of problems. Men have been known to experience everything from depression to hair loss because of this condition. Doctors are now able to use testosterone replacement therapy to help those seeking to increase their testosterone levels …

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