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Alleviate Hip Pain with Acupuncture

Alleviate Hip Pain with Acupuncture

Do you suffer from hip pain?  At the end of the day, is it difficult to walk or get up from a chair?  Are your hips sore and achy?  If so, I have good news for you. Acupuncture can alleviate the pain you are experiencing so you can get back to the activities that you enjoy.  Pain relief usually begins …

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Simple Precautions to Conserve Your Hearing

Simple Precautions to Conserve Your Hearing

By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D. Summer has arrived and many of us will be spending much of our time around noisy outdoor activities.  Fireworks, lawn equipment and power tools are just a few of these noisy activities.  It is important to use a few common sense hearing precautions to conserve your hearing. Noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a concern …

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Melanoma Rates Have DOUBLED Over the Last Three Decades

Melanoma Rates

Melanoma rates doubled between 1982 and 2011 but comprehensive skin cancer prevention programs could prevent 20 percent of new cases between 2020 and 2030, according to this month’s Vital Signs report. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S., and melanoma is the most deadly type of skin cancer. More than 90 percent of melanoma skin …

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Could Your Diet Be Causing Your Insomnia?

Could Your Diet Be Causing Your Insomnia

Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders, with chronic insomnia affecting one person in ten. While there can be several reasons why people suffer from insomnia, scientists have discovered that what we eat plays a significant part in our ability to sleep well. What is insomnia? Insomnia is a sleep disorder wherein people are unable to sleep long …

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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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About 5.4 Million People Nationwide Have Alzheimer’s, Including 500,000 Floridians.

Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is made through tests designed to measure cognitive functions. Until recently, other than observation of a patient’s behavior, there is no medical method or test available to prove the existence of Alzheimer’s disease. What if we could diagnose Alzheimer’s before symptoms started? The hope is, future treatments could then target the disease in its earliest stages, before …

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99 YEAR LEASED PROPERTY SAFE FROM CREDITORS

99 YEAR LEASED PROPERTY

By James W. Mallonee For those persons who reside in a development where the possession of property is based on a 99 year lease (e.g. certificates of membership are issued), you can now consider your property safe from forced sale by creditors during life and following death.  In essence, the law now recognizes long term condominium leaseholds as protected homestead …

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“Just a Carpenter’s Son”

“Just a Carpenter’s Son”

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Remember the line, “Bueller…(long pause), Bueller…(long pause), Bueller,” from the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”? The actor, Ben Stein, made that line infamous as the boring, monotone high school teacher, while he was taking the class role. However Benjamin Jeremy Stein’s real life has been anything but boring. In addition …

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Seniors Seek Freedom from Lung Disease with Stem Cells

By Maren Auxier In the United States, we place the utmost value on independence and freedom, so much so that many young men and women have sacrificed their lives for it. The word independence has a different meaning to different people. For some, it means not living under the thumb of an oppressive government. For others, it means being able …

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What is Dry Eye Disease?

By Jonathan M. Frantz, MD, FACS One of the most common clinical challenges faced in eye care is dry eye. Dry Eye Disease affects approximately 40 million people in the U.S. and less than 5 percent of the DED patient population has been diagnosed and is being treated, according to Healthcare Maintenance Organization’s data. The lacrimal glands, located behind the …

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