Breaking News
Home » Collier Edition (page 163)

Collier Edition

Laser Treatment for Varicose and Spider Veins

By Dr. John P. Landi, MD, FACS, RPVI, RPhS, Diplomate of The American Board of Phlebology – Varicose Veins and Spider Veins are conditions that affect millions of people. Besides creating an unsightly appearance in the legs, they can also cause significant medical problems including cramping, aching and swelling of the legs, as well as night cramps, bleeding from Varicose …

Read More »

Manage Your Damage with Laser Treatments

Riverchase Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery – For nearly 20 years now, medical lasers have been used for such things as tattoo removal, dark spot removal, and clearing up acne scars and other blemishes. Laser treatments smooth the appearance of skin while rebuilding and restoring skin to its natural beauty. The precision of laser treatments enables dermatologists to polish off damaged …

Read More »

Hormonal Fluctuations Throughout a Woman’s Life Affects Many Tissues, Including Their Gums

By Juan Teodoro, D.M.D. – Women experience hormonal changes throughout different periods of their life.  They have specific health needs as they transition into puberty, menstruation cycle, pregnancy or menopause. Women oral health needs also change at these times. While women tend to take better care of their oral health than men do, women’s oral health is not markedly better …

Read More »

Estrogen Revisited… Lifelong and Fearless

By Donna Walters and Blane Crandall, MD – A great disservice is being done to women regarding hormone replace- ment therapy. Women have not been given important information necessary to make decisions about their health care. They have not been given information about the aging process and how hormone replenishment can delay the ravages of hormone loss for decades. The big …

Read More »

Denial – it’s a cycle of self-defeat

By Dr. Caroline Cederquist and AnneElena Foster – A friend showed up late for lunch one day complaining that the dry cleaner had shrunk a favorite skirt and she’d been unable to get the zipper closed. She explained her exasperation with the cleaners as she popped mouthfuls of heavily buttered bread into her mouth, never considering that it might be buttered …

Read More »

Healthy, Beautiful Hair at Your Fingertips

Not every woman is born with shiny, well behaved, gorgeous hair. Some have to work at it; proper care is needed even for those that are fortunate to have naturally lovely locks. Simply implementing some tried and true techniques can help you achieve and maintain beautiful shiny hair. Physical and internal health is the foundation for beautiful hair. If the …

Read More »

Concept 10 10 – The Future of Exercise

At Concept 10 10, you work out once a week with high intensity, totally private and with constant supervision. The following article describes what is going on in such a training session. Intensity Ideally, every exercise should be repeated until it is impossible to continue movement in a technically correct manner, that is, until the involved muscles fail. At this …

Read More »

STEP INTO THE SPOT LIGHT – Shortcuts Fail.

 Commitment and Accountability Prevail. BY TERESA SIEVERS MD, MSMS, FAARM & KAREN CALLAN BS, CHHC, AADP – How many diets have you tried over the past 20 years? Usually they work for a short time, right? A quick fix for the high school reunion or Caribbean vacation, or maybe you even made a serious attempt for permanent weight loss. For …

Read More »

Questions & Answers Breast & Full Body Thermography

By Taryn Kean, CCT Level III – Q. What is DITI? A. DITI or “Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging” is an imaging technique for measuring and displaying body temperature. It is a key diagnostic tool in the detection of disease, injury and infection. There is a high degree of thermal symmetry in a normal healthy body. Subtle abnormal temperature asymmetries can …

Read More »

Got O2? Have You Taken a Deep Breath Today?

By Yollo Wellness – Here are some facts: 20% of the body’s oxygen is required for brain function. 5 liters of blood is pumped by your heart per minute. That is 300 liters per hour. Red blood cells carry oxygen and carbon dioxide around our body. Cells in our body need oxygen to live. Cells also make carbon dioxide as …

Read More »