October 23, 2020 - Friday

North Palm Beach Edition

Can You Get Rid of Your Glasses and Contacts for LIFE?

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Advanced Refractive, Laser-Assisted Surgery is a Cut Above at Clear Vue Eye Center Clear Vue Eye The symptoms of cataracts are blurry vision, seeing double, sensitivity to light (both natural and synthetic), trouble with night vision, and irritated eyes. The lens of the eye that is affected is behind the iris (the colored area of the eye). This lens filters …

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Has Breast Cancer Treatment Left You Feeling a Little ‘Off’ in the Bedroom?

Breast Cancer Treatment

In the United States, the CDC reports that over 276,400 women are diagnosed with invasive breast cancer annually. Additionally, 48,530 new non-invasive breast cancer cases are also reported. Thankfully most women who have breast cancer will survive it. Unfortunately, they often survive with issues that may plague their love life. Breast cancer survivors almost always suffer from prolonged side effects …

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Medicare Insurance Helpline

Medicare Insurance Helpline

Offers free Medicare plan Comparisons Selecting the right health plan just got a whole lot easier for Medicare beneficiaries thanks to a toll-free Helpline provided by MedicareCompareUSA. The free service has been expressly designed to help Medicare beneficiaries select a plan that fits their needs and budget while also retaining access to their trusted healthcare providers. The Helpline connects callers …

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Acupuncture for Mood, Energy, and Weight Loss

Acupuncture

How does Acupuncture Effect Your Mood? Did you know that a foul mood or a short temper can be a consequence of chronic stress in your life? Over time, these emotions can progress into more emotional conditions such as anxiety and depression as well as other health conditions such as digestive problems, trouble sleeping, and the tendency to get sick …

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Stem Cells and Exosomes for Degenerative Conditions and Injuries: Do They Work? REJUVAnation Medical Center

Stem Cells

Are you a work-out enthusiast that has pushed too far? Perhaps you are just wanting to be free from joint pain caused by arthritis. Many people suffer from chronic pain, which can be attributed to degenerative disease, injuries, being overweight, inflammation, and a gamut of other issues. One sentiment rings true in these cases; patients want to be able to …

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Four Common Hair Loss Fears (and how to overcome them)

Four Common Hair Loss Fears

By Dr. Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS Board-Certified Hair Restoration Physician One of the scariest aspects of hair loss is that the process is often well underway before you can see it in the mirror. “Invisible baldness” is essentially the initial stage of a chronic hair loss condition such as androgenetic alopecia that is especially difficult to spot with the …

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Replacing Missing Teeth – More Options than You May Think

Replacing Missing Teeth

It is astounding how many individuals live their lives with one or more missing teeth. When asked why they have not replaced their teeth, common answers include fear, cost, embarrassment and pain. What they may not realize is that living without a proper compliment of teeth often leads to malnutrition, excess chewing on the remaining teeth (often causing them to …

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ANYONE CAN SUFFER FROM ANXIETY NEUROFEEDBACK CAN HELP

ANXIETY

By Renee Chillcott, LMHC It’s human nature to seek out the reasons why we feel anxious. Very often we look at external factors for the root cause; being unhappy in a job, living situation, with family or significant others tend to be our “go to”. We may also look at our past experiences, upbringing, past trauma, to explain this unrelenting …

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Understanding Dry Eye and Blepharitis

Understanding Dry Eye and Blepharitis

By David A. Goldman MD – Dry eye is believed to be one of the most common ocular conditions in the United States. More common in women, one study estimated the prevalence of dry eye in women ≥ 50 years old was 7.8% or 3.23 million women in the US.  Called keratoconjunctivitissicca, the underlying pathology is a decreased production of …

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