July 5, 2020 - Sunday

South Palm Beach Edition

The Nutraceutical Breakthrough for Active Joints and Amazing Skin

A New Generation of Super Nutraceuticals For decades, the medical community has been focusing on a natural compound in our bodies called “hyaluronic acid”, or HA, and collagen, both of which are chief components of healthy connective tissue throughout the body. HA and collagen are especially important to knees, elbows, wrist, and the spine…where they are present and responsible for …

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Acupuncture for Long Term Pain Relief

It’s hard to believe that it’s 2020, but with the New Year in full swing, isn’t it time you finally did something about your pain? Are you tired of masking your symptoms with harmful drugs that are never going to treat the root cause of your condition? Over 115 million people suffer from various types of chronic pain disorders ranging …

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Replace or Keep a Tooth: How Do I Decide?

By Lee R. Cohen, D.D.S., M.S., M.S. The decision to keep or replace a tooth is a very emotional one for many patients. Beyond the concern over losing a tooth, many patients have difficulty with the idea of removing any part of their body. Typically, our patients request the most “conservative” option available. Although keeping a tooth (no matter how …

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Spring (Change) is in the Air

Brent Myers Spring ushers in a new season. It signals the end of “winter” and the beginning of something new. Spring brings new flowers, warmer temperatures, greener grass, and another baseball season. Spring also brings another ritual for many people: cleaning. Yep – good ol’ fashioned spring cleaning. “Out with the old and in with the new.” Perhaps this annual …

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AVOID BACK AND SPINE SURGERIES!!!

By Aaron Rosenblatt, MD Back surgeries can fail for a devastatingly simple reason; the operation was not the right treatment, because the surgeon never pinpointed the source of the pain. As a result, patients may be just as miserable as they were before, or worse off. Unfortunately a desperate number choose to try surgery again. This is usually the wrong …

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Laser Cataract Surgery: What you should know

By David A. Goldman MD – With every year, advances are made in ophthalmic surgery. While some are relatively insignificant, others can change the entire way we think about surgery. With cataract surgery, the latest development is the use of femtosecond laser to assist with the surgery. While this is a very exciting development for the field, the exact details …

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TubcuT® Can Help Alleviate Slip and Falls and trouble getting in and out of the Bath

Wisdom may come with age but getting older has its set of challenges. People are living longer but not necessarily healthier. From diminished eyesight, arthritis, immobility, to cognitive decline, some conditions make it high-risk and unsafe for seniors living on their own or with limited supervision. Some of the biggest hurdles for seniors are tripping, slips and falls, slippery bathtubs, …

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Ensuring our Parents Health Through Medication Compliance

By Dr. David Steinberg, Pharmacist As the baby boomer generation ages and medications become more numerous, children and family members are charged with caring for the loved ones. This task comes not only with much stress but also with many questions. The questions often range from “Who will administer the medication when I’m not there?” “Is there a risk of …

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What is central serous retinopathy?

By Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. In central serous retinopathy (sometimes called central serous choroidopathy), fluid builds up under the retina and distorts vision. Fluid leakage is believed to come from a tissue layer with blood vessels under the retina, called the choroid. Another layer of cells called the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) is responsible for preventing fluid from …

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