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Early Detection Saves Lives: What you Should Know About the Latest Life-Saving Technology

Early Detection Saves Lives: What you Should Know About the Latest Life-Saving Technology

The best way to conquer, fight and overcome any disease state is to have early diagnostic testing at the onset of symptoms, or as a preventative measure. Individuals with high-risk factors for coronary artery disease, or certain cancers are highly encouraged to have annual screenings for their specific disease states potentials. RAVE RADIOLOGY At RAVE Radiology, they put your health …

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May is Melanoma Month… but Melanoma is a Year-Round Concern

t Melanoma is a Year-Round Concern

Cathleen Yun Ehrlich, ARNP-C Approximately 350,000 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer yearly. About 5% of them are diagnosed with melanoma. In the United States, one person dies of melanoma every hour. Melanoma is considered the most deadly form of skin cancer derived from the epidermis, or most superficial layer of the skin, and it is thought to be caused …

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Skin Cancer Prevention: Learn How You Can Reduce Melanoma Risk

Skin Cancer Prevention

American House There are a number of different types of skin cancer, however, melanoma is the most harmful of them all. Every hour a person dies of melanoma; this year alone, over 130, 000 new cases will be diagnosed. Preventative measures and early detection are key. On average, skin cancer screenings take about fifteen minutes. These few minutes of your …

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Gut Inflammation and Arthritis: A Common Co-Morbidity That is Often Overlooked by Standard Medicine

Gut Inflammation and Arthritis: A Common Co-Morbidity That is Often Overlooked by Standard Medicine

By Root Causes Holistic Health and Medicine When most individuals go to their doctor for arthritis, they most likely will be put on prescription pain medication. What’s wrong with this treatment protocol is multifocal in explanation. Not only will pain medicine not cure arthritis, nonetheless in some cases, but it can also actually make it worse. Alternative therapies and treatment options …

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Need an Alternative to the Emergency Department? Skip the Wait at Millennium’s Walk-in Medical Center

Need an Alternative to the Emergency Department? Skip the Wait at Millennium’s Walk-in Medical Center

By Kara Sabatino Feeling sick during the week or weekend and can’t get in to see your primary care doctor? There’s a new alternative to the busy Emergency Department! The Venice Walk-in recently expanded their hours to every day of the week. They are now open seven days a week from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. The Venice Walk-in Center, conveniently …

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How To Tell if Your Pain is Coming From The Spine or The Hip

How To Tell if Your Pain is Coming From The Spine or The Hip

By Lam Nguyen, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon Hip and spine pathologies can lead to severe disability, and they often occur in combination.  Because symptoms of hip and spine conditions can significantly overlap and mimic one another, diagnosing and treating patients with hip and spine problems can be very challenging.  Patients with both hip and lumbar spine pathology commonly have low back pain …

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Did You Hear…

By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D. May is Better Hearing and Speech Month.  Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) was founded in 1927, by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The aim of BHSM is to raise awareness about hearing and speech problems, while at the same encouraging people to analyze their own hearing and speech, and to seek treatment if they think …

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Underdiagnosed IBS

Underdiagnosed IBS

It’s More Than Just Something You Ate? By Ronald W. DeMasi, M.D. It’s not uncommon to experience occasional diarrhea or constipation, but what if your symptoms were lingering, or relatively regular occurrences? Over 20% of the population has IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), but that’s not accounting for the nearly 45 million Americans that silently suffer from the symptoms of IBS. …

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A PASSION FOR CHANGING PEOPLES LIVES The Marriage Of Cosmetic and Joint-Based Dentistry

A PASSION FOR CHANGING PEOPLES LIVES

By Richard A. Stanley, DMD, President I remember walking with my father when he was in dental school, through the University of Indiana Dental School. I remember the look, the smell, and the feel of dentistry from 55 years ago. I remember my own dental school just 20 years later at the University of Florida. Wow, had things changed! I look …

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Pain Management What Are Your Options?

Pain Management What Are Your Options?

Nicolas Perez, M.D. – Korunda Pain Management Center Avoiding surgery is usually at the forefront of most people’s minds when dealing with chronic pain.  Over 100 million Americans and 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from various types of chronic pain disorders ranging from fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, neuropathy, back, hip, and neck pain just to name a few. Whether trauma or degenerative …

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