August 4, 2020 - Tuesday

North Palm Beach Edition

The next evolution of personalized Body Sculpting, truSculpt iD

We finally have the answer for those of us who have areas of fat on our body that we just cannot get rid of despite diet and exercise and do not want invasive liposuction, surgery or be left with sagging skin. The latest advancement in body contouring is here and it works! Over the years I pursued the quest to …

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The Latest Advancement in Refractive, Laser-Assisted Surgery for Cataracts

Laser-Assisted Surgery for Cataracts

Dr. Monique Barbour Clear Vue Eye Center According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Cataracts affect more than 24.4 million Americans age 40 and older, and by age 75, more than half of that demographic will have advanced cataracts. The usual symptoms of cataracts are blurry vision, seeing double, sensitivity to light (both natural and synthetic), trouble with night vision, …

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PANIC ATTACKS? Today’s Biofeedback Helps You Tackle Life Without Them (and So Can Improved Gut Health)

PANIC ATTACKS

By Michael Cohen, Founder, Center for Brain Training PANIC ATTACKS can be debilitating. They can occur “out of the blue.” They cause intense fear or discomfort. They’re accompanied by physical symptoms – sweating, racing heart, stomach issues and tight chest and extremities. Do you or someone you love suffer from panic attacks? Do you live in daily fear that a …

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I Want a Dental Implant But I Will Be Leaving Soon For the Summer… What Can I Do?

Dental Implant

Many of our “snowbird” patients run into this dilemma during the late winter and early spring.  This particular question is one we are asked routinely with good cause.  Understanding the steps of dental implant therapy can help simplify the decision process when it comes to timing treatment around your schedule. The Process: Dental implants can be used in many different …

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HOW IS THE PANDEMIC AFFECTING MY BRAIN?

HOW IS THE PANDEMIC AFFECTING MY BRAIN

Our brains are designed to adapt. As humans, we are not stationary…we are ever changing, adjusting, evolving, learning and growing. But what if our brain doesn’t adjust? What if we get stuck and can’t adapt? Or what if our routine, norms, society, and emotions are changing too fast for our brain? A global pandemic by definition, is global. You are …

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How Doctors Choose Surgeons

How Doctors Choose Surgeons

By David A. Goldman MD – When it’s time to have an elective surgical procedure how would you choose a surgeon? Most people will ask friends and family, others may do their own internet research. When I needed a hernia repair, I did what all other doctors do – I asked another doctor. Not just any doctor, but in this …

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What is Macular Degeneration?

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a deterioration or breakdown of the eye’s macula. The macula is a small area in the retina — the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. The macula is the part of the retina that is responsible for your central vision, allowing you to see fine details …

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CLINICAL TRIALS

CLINICAL TRIALS

No other field of medicine is changing as rapidly as oncology. Over the past decade, literally dozens of new medicines and new approaches for treating cancer have been developed, and this has resulted in many more people surviving cancer than ever before. According to the National Cancer Institute, in 2020, there are over 15 million cancer survivors in the United …

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Social Distancing can Lead to Increased Feeling of Anxiety and Depression

COVID-19 Causing Stress?

During this time of social distancing and isolation to help slow the spread of COVID-19, your social media feed most likely looks a little different. Some friends may be enjoying time outdoors, baking, or playing with their kids. Others could be displaying a lot of stress over the situation. Knowing what to feel can be confusing. One thing is for …

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