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How to Enjoy Having Your Home Professionally Cleaned

Enjoy Having Your Home Professionally Cleaned

Your house is a mess. You have no free time. You hate to clean. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Over 100 million people in the US and Canada feel the same way. As you plan to hire house cleaning services, here are some tips that will make your experience even better. Remember that you’re hiring human beings If …

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Upper Cervical Care Beneficial for Children

By Drs. Drew and Kanema Clark Some adults may wonder why more and more children are starting to see Upper Cervical Chiropractors. That’s a good question and the answer is simple: whether we have a large spine or a small spine, if that spine is creating nerve distress then our bodies will not be able to operate properly. The Nervous …

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Prevent Knee Replacement Surgery

Prevent Knee Replacement Surgery

By Physicians Rehabilitation The knee is notorious for pain and injury. Knee pain can occur from an injury or a condition like osteoarthritis, and can impact activities of everyday life. There are many remedies for this condition, including rest, anti-inflammatory medications and using knee braces. For individuals whose knee pain progresses or does not respond to other types of treatment, …

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Move it or Lose It! The Importance of movement on health and well being

The Importance of movement on health and well being

If you’ve been sick and stayed in bed a few days you probably felt much weaker when initially returning to your daily routine.  That is because inactivity causes a loss of muscle mass and function in men/women of ALL ages. Any joint or muscle that is not used regularly will lose part of its function. It has been shown that …

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EYELID SURGERY- IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

CANDIDATES FOR EYELID SURGERY Many patients complain of a tired or puffy eye look that makes them appear to be weary and fatigued. Often times this is related to the upper eyelid having disproportionate or excessive skin that droops over the lid. Whether this is related to aging, sagging of the skin due to over sun exposure, or from simply …

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COPD and Salt Therapy

COPD and Salt Therapy

Nearly 24 Million Americans have COPD. Most of them are over the age of 40 and have a history of smoking, or being subjected to respiratory irritants such as chemicals and pollutants. COPD is a disease that is encompassed by chronic bronchitis, emphysema and asthma, causing shortness of breath, productive coughing and inflammation of the airways. It is a progressive …

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8 RISK FACTORS and EARLY SIGNS YOU MIGHT BE PREDIABETIC

RISK FACTORS and EARLY SIGNS YOU MIGHT BE PREDIABETIC

Unhealthy weights are a major health concern in the United States, however, excess weight should not be viewed negatively due to distorted body image through society standards. Instead, the focus should be on the health complications that can arise. Individuals who are overweight or obese have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a chronic disease that needs lifelong …

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A MORE PRECISE SKIN CANCER SCREENING

Skin Cancer

A small investment of your time can help save your life. Living in Florida, we all know the importance of sun safety and skin cancer screenings. Every hour a person dies of melanoma, and this year alone, over 76,000 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed. On average skin cancer screenings take about 10 minutes, which could potentially save your …

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ReShape – Gastric Balloon for Immediate Weight Loss

Gastric Balloon for Immediate Weight Loss

By Mark A. Liberman, M.D., F.A.C.S. Lets face it, losing weight is hard.  And those pounds that have been added on over the years don’t go away on their own.  You exercise and eat well but your weight doesn’t seem to change.  And surgery is just too drastic.  So if you’re serious about losing weight and improving your health, the …

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November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

CT Lung Screenings The most common type of cancer in men is prostate and in women it’s breast cancer. The second leading cancer in both men and women is LUNG CANCER. According to the American Cancer Society’s Statistics, there will be 224,390 new cases of lung cancer diagnosed and 158,080 deaths from lung cancer this year. Despite these grim statistics, …

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