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Small Incisions with Big Benefits

The healthcare industry has recently witnessed the adoption of many new technologies that increase the efficiency of various medical treatments. Minimally invasive surgery is one of the most important developments among all such cutting-edge medical technologies. The increasing demand of specialized treatment has propelled an increase in patient preference for minimally invasive surgeries. Minimally invasive surgery minimizes surgical incisions to …

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Off The Cuff: Don’t let shoulder injury sideline you

– By Mark Albrecht, PTA – Your rotator cuff is made up of the muscles and tendons in your shoulder. These muscles and tendons connect your upper arm bone with your shoulder blade. They also help hold the ball of your upper arm bone firmly in your shoulder socket. The combination results in the greatest range of motion of any …

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A Gym Full of Losers

– By Ken Dobbs – We all desire to be winners in the game of life, however, now is the perfect time to be a loser. A program offered at Progressive Health Club will help you do just that, lose. The Lose to Win Contest is a program where you get your own Personal Trainer, twice a week for eight …

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Realtive Temporary Custody and Adoption:

COMPASSIONATE ALTERNATIVES TO FOSTER CARE – By Raymond S. Grimm, Esq. – “You know, you need a license to buy a dog, to drive a car – you even need a license to catch a fish.” But they’ll let anyone be a father.   With this classic line from the 1989 film Parenthood, Keanu Reeve’s character crystallized an enormous and growing …

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Nurses Making a Difference in our Community

– By Infinity Homecare – Sarasota Florida is home to a large community of talented circus performers dating back to the 1930’s the early days of the world famous Ringling Bros Circus. On July 15th 2011 a very special referral came through our doors at Infinity. A former circus performer 50 years ago became a paraplegic after a traumatic and …

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When a Headache is More than Just a Headache

The Chronicles of a Migraine – By Kara Jacobs – Serene Branson, a CBS correspondent experienced one of the worst nights of her life during her post Grammy on air report this last February.  On live TV she slurred her speech and garbled her language as many viewers watched in horror believing she was suffering from a stroke.  Later, the …

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Not Just A Swollen Limb

– By Alyssa Parker – The field of medicine is growing rapidly as new treatments come into production. One of the most common misdiagnosed conditions is chronic swelling; edema. For those of you who experience swelling, or a feeling of heaviness, aching, or painful fluid retention in a limb on a daily basis, you should not overlook these symptoms as …

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To Bridge or Not to Bridge, That is the Question!

You don’t need a three tooth solution for a single tooth problem. – By Dr. Joseph Farag – There is no doubt that when a tooth is lost due to infection, decay or trauma, many factors of oral health are affected. In addition to those factors, cosmetics may also be affected if a front tooth is lost. Common causes of …

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Looking for a Healthy Future?

A nursing career offers flexibility, security and fulfillment – By Barbara Gordon, ARNP, Helgemo & Liou Pediatrics – Are you searching for a career with flexibility, good pay and job security that improves others’ lives? Does it seem like the impossible dream? After more than four decades in the medical field, I can tell you that nursing offers all that …

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Healthy Eyes Start with a Healthy Body

When it comes to eyes there are a few problems that can occur. Often these problems arise as we age, but some are quite preventable. Looking after our eyes is important throughout our life as failing eye sight can become a significant hardship. There are some lifestyle factors that can affect our eye health. Smokers and those with poor diets …

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