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Maintain Healthy Cholesterol Levels with Medical Weight Loss

Healthy Cholesterol Levels

By Anette Neumann, DO Many people are unaware that heart attack and stroke can be a direct result of elevated cholesterol levels in the bloodstream. For this reason, Toledo Blade Weight Loss implement medical weight loss programs that educate people on the dangers of carrying excess fat and teach them how to lower bad cholesterol levels in their bloodstream through …

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HOMESTEAD – LIFE ESTATE OR JOINT TENANT IN COMMON – SOME CONSIDERATIONS?

HOMESTEAD - LIFE ESTATE

By James W. Mallonee Under normal conditions the passing of a married couples’ property is simple, the real property is held in joint names and at the death of one of the spouses the property immediately transfers to the surviving spouse by operation of law.  But sometimes there is a breakdown in relationships or the married couple marries late in …

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Help Your Kids Maintain a Healthy Energy Balance

Healthy Energy Balance

As adults, parents and grandparents, we want our children to get good educations. To have friends and successful careers. To be happy, safe and secure. To build a firm spiritual foundation. For them to contribute to society. Above all else, we want them to enjoy the good health that makes everything else achievable. Sadly, there is an epidemic affecting American …

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How To Have And Enjoy Self-Respect

Enjoy Self-Respect

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Just the other day my son was  packing up to move in to his apartment near the college he is attending. This is his senior year. As we were talking about his final year and classes, he became visibly frustrated. He said, ”You know dad I have spent a lot …

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Cardiovascular Health and Cholesterol Education

Cardiovascular Health and Cholesterol Education

By Jeff Davis, RRT-NPS, RCIS, Program Director, Cardiovascular Technology & Respiratory Care, FSW Cardiovascular disease has been, and continues to be, the number one cause of death in the United States and worldwide. It is also a leading cause of disability. The human cardiovascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels (arteries and veins). The purpose of the cardiovascular …

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Two New Doctors Join Frantz EyeCare Medical Team

Jonathan M. Frantz, MD, FACS, medical director of Frantz EyeCare, is pleased to announce that Glaucoma Specialist Shawn J. Khan, MD, MBA, and Optometrist Thy Nguyen, OD have joined the practice’s medical team. Dr. Khan sees patients in the Fort Myers and Naples offices of Frantz EyeCare. He completed his Glaucoma Fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital, his residency at Albany …

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What is Laser Periodontal Therapy?

Laser Periodontal Therapy

Finally, there’s good news for those of you who suffer from gum disease (gingivitis and periodontitis). We now offer an exciting laser based technique for treatment of periodontal disease called Laser Periodontal Therapy™. Through the use of Millenium Dental Technologies, Inc., PerioLase® Laser, designed especially for Laser Periodontal Therapy™, we can treat your moderate to severe gum disease and you …

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Hearing Care is Health Care

Hearing Care is Health Care

By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D. There are many reasons to be concerned about hearing loss; which is one of the most common untreated health conditions in older adults. A study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests that elderly people with compromised hearing are at a higher risk of developing cognitive  problems with memory and thinking much sooner than those …

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Stop letting extra pounds hold you back. If Not Now, When?

Stop letting extra pounds hold you back

By Dr. Annette Neumann In today’s high-paced, high-stress society, we are accustomed to treating health problems after they negatively impact our lives, rather than proactively caring for our bodies. Unfortunately, waiting until a problem develops, such as weight gain or chronic pain, puts your overall health at risk. Poor nutrition, fatigue, stress and pain can send your body on a …

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Helping Your Child Cope with Back-to-School Anxiety

Back-to-School Anxiety

Anxious feelings are normal and expected during times of transition or change. This is especially true for children and teens going back to school, or for first-timers starting kindergarten. This transition can be stressful and disruptive for the entire family!  Prior to the first day of school, your anxious child may cling, cry, have temper tantrums, complain of headaches or …

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