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Top 7 Secrets For Improving Energy

Top 7 Secrets For Improving Energy

By Ronna L. Clements, Natural Health & Wellness Innovator In today’s day and age, we can almost buy anything can’t we?  We want silver bullets and instant gratification. Whip out a credit card and “fix me up!” Does this sound like you? Unfortunately, there are certain things we can’t buy; happiness, love, good health, peace of mind and yes, energy. …

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Chronic Anxiety Panic Attracks? Wish it could just stop?

Chronic Anxiety Panic Attracks

Feeling Overwhelmed?   You don’t have to live with chronic anxiety anymore, and you don’t need to live with feelings of being overwhelmed or burned out.  There’s something new that can change how you feel and help you take back control of your life. Biofeedback, enhanced by 21st century technology, helps you feel better, manage stress better and improves your …

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It’s Hot Everywhere In July

It's Hot Everywhere In July

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life Have you noticed that Summer has arrived? If you haven’t, just wait, you will. This is how I can usually tell that our wonderful south Florida Summer has come: when I bathe, get dressed, walk outside the house thirty feet to my car and when I get in – I feel like someone …

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Tips for Beating the Summer Hair Blues

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D. Summer is here again, and while most of us think only about our skin during the hot season, it’s important to remember that your hair needs extra attention too. Just as you wouldn’t want to go to the beach without a layer of protective sunscreen, you also don’t want to run around in 90-degree, 90% …

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What Is Dry Eye?

What Is Dry Eye?

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. When you blink, a film of tears spreads over the eye, making the surface of the eye smooth and clear. Without this tear film, good vision would not be possible. Sometimes people don’t produce enough tears or the right quality of tears to keep their eyes healthy and comfortable. This condition is known …

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Kik Start Your Summer Weight Loss

Your Summer Weight Loss

Approximately 42% of Americans will be considered obese by 2030. This is a staggering prediction! It seems that we are on a never-ending quest for that magic bullet. But is there really a magic fix for obesity? I fear not, as obesity is a complex issue that oftentimes requires a multidisciplinary approach. However, Traditional Chinese Medicine may be another option …

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How hearing aids give you a great return on your investment

How hearing aids give you a great return on your investment

If you’re one of the nearly 40 million Americans who suffer with hearing loss, maybe it’s time to consider investing in your hearing health. Research shows that the rewards can be substantial. In fact, identifying and addressing hearing loss has been shown to positively influence virtually every aspect of an individual’s life, helping people personally, professionally and even financially. New …

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Turn Back the Hands of Time

TURN BACK THE HANDS OF TIME

By Daniela Dadurian, M.D. Reversing the aging process is not as easy as taking a miracle pill. It requires many facets of health and wellness. Good nutrition and exercise play a critical role in promoting total body wellness. As the aging process progresses the body can break down many important components in our skin. Collagen is the main source of …

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Putting the Power of Your Health in YOUR Hands

Putting the Power of Your Health in YOUR Hands

Forget the reviews. Just give me the facts. “This instrument can teach, it can illuminate; yes, and even it can inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise, it’s nothing but wires and lights in a box.” – Edward R. Murrow, October 15, 1958 A team of …

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Osteoarthritis Pain Relief and Repair with Stem Cell Prolotherapy

Osteoarthritis is a chronic and debilitating joint disease. It occurs through a sequence of events that has, at its core, a loss of joint cartilage.This affects other joint structures, and eventually will lead to joint space narrowing and bony overgrowth, progressing until joint movement becomes noticeably restricted. What occurs before the cartilage loss? Osteoarthritis almost always begins with ligament weakness …

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Natural Beauty – Becoming the Most Beautiful You

Natural Beauty

This article is dedicated to my mother for she is the most beautiful woman I know. And for all of the women who are reading this article, I hope the thoughts and principles I share will inspire you to become the most beautiful you. Let’s put beauty into perspective. No matter how rich one becomes, there is always somebody out …

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Men’s Health Facts for Men’s Health Month

Men’s Health Facts for Men’s Health Month

• Health Facts: Men die at higher rates than women from the top 10 causes of death and are the victims of over 92% of workplace deaths. In 1920, women lived, on average, one year longer than men. Now, men, on average, die almost five years earlier than women. (CDC) • Silent Health Crisis: “There is a silent health crisis …

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Dealing with ADHD – Seeking Alternatives to Medication?

DEALING WITH ADHD?

By Michael Cohen, Founder, Center for Brain If your child or teenager… • Has been diagnosed with ADHD • Is making poor grades • Is impulsive. • Makes poor decisions or choices • Can’t make or keep friends • Experiences or creates lots of “drama” • Seems angry all the time • Is oppositional and won’t cooperate • Is disruptive …

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You Deserve A Break Today…

You Deserve A Break Today

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – I know it’s ironic to quote a famous fast-food chain advertisement in a health and wellness magazine, but on this one – they got it right! They understood one of the most overlooked principles of our health: the need for rest. (How they recommend fulfilling that need, and what many others think …

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Stem Cells: Helping Veterans Fight Lung Disease

By David Ebner, Staff Writer As they stormed Omaha Beach in Normandy and scurried across the decks of destroyers and aircraft carriers, they weren’t thinking about their health. When they enlisted, they weren’t looking for a job; they were answering a call. Memorial Day and the Fourth of July are holidays designed to remember the men and women of the …

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June is Men’s Health Month – Cars, Trucks, and Regular Checkups Keys to Vigor, Vibrancy & Virility

June is Men’s Health Month

By Michelle C. Reece, DrPH – Men’s Health Advocate Do men really take better care of their cars and their trucks than of themselves? Most drivers know that if their car or truck is making funny noises, the dash board warning lights are on, or it is just not running like it used to, it is time to get it …

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Vaccines and Stem Cells: Weapons Against Lung Disease

Vaccines and Stem Cells

By David Ebner, Staff Writer Every fall, the billboards and television commercials urging you to get a flu shot start to creep into the national narrative. Many people have reservations about the flu vaccine; some state it causes headaches and even engages flu-like symptoms. However, the statis¬tics strongly support the flu vaccination over trying to tough it out, especially for …

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How Trichology Can Boost the Health of Your Hair

How Trichology Can Boost the Health of Your Hair

By Alan J. Bauman, M.D. tri-chol-o-gy [trih-kol-uh-jee] noun 1. the science dealing with the study of the hair and its diseases. Between the fields of cosmetology/hair styling and the medical specialty of Hair Restoration lies the paramedical field of Trichology. Glossy magazines and shampoo advertisements feature luscious locks that often seem out of reach for the average person, so how …

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PRP

PRP

PRP is gaining more and more popularity for its multiple uses in medicine. It is starting to be a leading source of healing therapies and has many uses for aesthetic enhancements. PRP is an abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP is derived from your own blood. The process can be better understood if you can relate to the healing process …

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Living with Stuttering

Living with Stuttering

Growing up as a child who stuttered was not fun.  There is a social stigma about stuttering.  Even adults have a hard time listening to other adults who stutter without trying to finish their sentences, so you can imagine how hard it was for me in school with kids making fun of me – and kids can be cruel when …

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