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Ask for JUVEDERM® by name and experience the #1 selling dermal filler in the US

Ask for smooth comfort and instant results You can experience JUVEDERM® XC injectable gel with a quick, in-office procedure and minimal downtime. During treatment, your healthcare provider will ease JUVEDERM® XC under your skin to smooth out the moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. You’ll see the difference instantly! Side effects are usually mild to moderate, lasting seven days or …

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FACE it, those wrinkles won’t go away on their own

By Casey Surgical Arts – Everyone ages. With age comes wisdom, and wrinkles, and dark circles under the eyes, and sagging features. If you look in the mirror and the person staring back at you appears tired and older than how you feel, don’t lose hope. There are various different procedures that can have you excited to look in the …

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Do I Need To Take Supplements or Not?

STEP INTO THE SPOT LIGHT with Dr. Sievers Dear Dr. Sievers, I recently visited my doctor for a physical and asked her what she thought about using supplements. She said that vitamin and mineral supplements were unnecessary and that I could get all of the recommended daily allowances from a proper diet. Do people need to take supplements or not? …

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Living with Diabetes?

Understanding the Disease from a Diabetologist’s Perspective By Kara Jacobs – Diabetes is a term most Americans are becoming too comfortable with in their daily life.  Recent studies show that more and more of our local population are being diagnosed with diabetes–a disease that is largely preventable. Charles Kilo, M.D., of Millennium Physician Group in Naples, remembers growing up when …

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Sciatica & Leg Pain … You don’t have to suffer!

By Dr. Deanna Barbaro – You are standing in line at the grocery store when suddenly a sharp pain sears down your low back and into the back of your leg. Then you feel pins and needles as strange sensations course down your leg. “Hello! My name is Sciatica and I have paid you a painful visit.” Sciatica is not …

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New Horizon in Alzheimer’s Disease

By Igor Levy, M.D., Certified in Neurology and Geriatric Neurology Neuroscience, Spine and Associates, P.L. – It is no surprise that memory loss may affect us with greater frequency, as we age. A certain amount of memory loss is to be expected. But there is a big difference between the normal forgetfulness that comes with aging and debilitating mental illnesses …

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Take a second and smile…

By Dennis Lucas, D.M.D. Dr. Dennis Lucas is a Certified Invisalign Provider, Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry With the holiday season approaching, and a New Year ahead we find ourselves reflecting on the year past and planning the upcoming year. During this busy time we need to remember the importance of taking time to give back. How fortunate are we to …

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H pylori Symptoms and Treatment

By Shardul A. Nanavati, MD – Helicobacter pylori are also known as “h pylori” is a bacterium liable for most ulcers. This bacteria deteriorates the defensive coating of stomach, permitting digestive juices to irritate sensitive abdomen inside layer. Doctors have confirmed that in the majority of cases of h pylori illness generates no vital signs or symptoms as compared to …

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The Personal Impact of Untreated Hearing Loss

By Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Services – One of the most commonly unaddressed health conditions in America today, hearing loss affects more than 33.5 million Americans—most of whom are below retirement age. Hearing loss can strike at any time and at any age. And when left unaddressed, hearing loss can affect virtually every aspect of an individual’s life. Numerous …

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Specialists Take the Stress Out of Long-Term Care

By George T. Leamon, CLTC – Lutgert Insurance – Stress is the result of several different rationales, but there is one area in which many have fallen prey at least once before…stress from procrastination. Procrastination is a major source of stress, but when you combine personal tragedy and procrastination, you have a real nightmare. Sound like the ultimate stressful situation? …

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