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Sacral Neuromodulation for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Sacral Neuromodulation for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Meir Daller, M.D. Have you tried treatment for overactive bladder, urinary incontinence or fecal incontinence and still suffer from any of the symptoms below? • Urgency to get to the restroom in time • Increased frequency of urination • Getting up at night 2 or more times to urinate • Wearing adult protective undergarments or pads • Inability to empty …

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A Healthy New Year’s Resolution with Lehigh Regional Medical Center

A Healthy New Year’s Resolution with Lehigh Regional Medical Center

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet? Along with the normal, lets get skinny mantra, its important for people to seriously take their health and wellness into consideration. Along with eating a nutrient enriched diet and regular exercise, stopping smoking should be your number one priority for 2017. If you or someone you love is a smoker, no matter how …

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Conquer Your Fitness Goals This Year!

Conquer Your Fitness Goals This Year!

Are you ready to finally conquer the health goals you resolve to meet this year? Resolutions aren’t easy to keep. Promises to eat well and exercise are made for important reasons. Maybe the doctor says we need to lose a few pounds, maybe we want to set a good example for our children, maybe we want to feel better about ourselves. …

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The Post Holiday Heart

The Post Holiday Heart

We all know the risk factors for Coronary Heart disorders, like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, a poor diet, diabetes, stress and aging. But, did you know that there is a post holiday heart attack correlation?  For years medical researchers have been aware of the unfortunate uptake in coronary failure during the holidays and into the New Year. There have …

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8 Ways to Keep Your Fitness Resolution

8 Ways to Keep Your Fitness Resolution

The TOP New Year’s resolution is fitness!  Sixty nine percent of Americans want to be fit and healthy in the new year.  We all want to be healthy and mobile into our retirement years.  So how do you get fit and stay fit?  It’s a lifestyle thing. 1.    Movement Perhaps the most important thing you can do for your body is …

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You’ve Probably Heard That Family Living Trusts Can Avoid Probate, But Does Your Living Trust Also Provide Asset Protection For Your Family?

You've Probably Heard That Family Living Trusts Can Avoid Probate, But Does Your Living Trust Also Provide Asset Protection For Your Family?

By Steven J. Gibbs, Esq. Defining “asset protection” is a great first step to understand how to use your living trust effectively as part of a family asset protection plan. Doing asset protection is about adopting strategies to legally protect your assets.  Assets are defined as anything that you own that has value. A living trust does NOT provide asset …

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Thyroid Awareness Month: Pets Can Have Thyroid Issues Too

Pets Can Have Thyroid Issues Too

January is Thyroid Awareness Month, and that makes us stop and consider the fact that, not only people are affected with this disorder, but also our pets. It’s more common that dogs over the age of five may start to develop symptoms of a thyroid issue. The thyroid is a small butterfly shaped gland in the base of the neck …

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Good Times, Bad Times: The Rolling Stones & The Rise of Stem Cells for COPD Treatment

Good Times, Bad Times: The Rolling Stones & The Rise of Stem Cells for COPD Treatment

   In the early 60s, America was given its first taste of the British Invasion. It was February 9th and a young British rock band named The Beatles had just finished a performance on the Ed Sullivan show to a crowd of screaming fans. The young men were a spectacle to see. Dressed to the nines in tailored suits, pristine …

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Feeling Guilty About Overeating During the Holidays?

Feeling Guilty About Overeating During the Holidays?

Body sculpting treatments can help you get back into shape and help you feel better about your body. Some areas of our frames are much more resistant to diet and exercise than others. Unfortunately, it may seem that no matter how many crunches, squats or triceps curls we do, a tiny layer of fat that we just can’t seem to shake …

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Freeze, Fill, or Melt?

Freeze, Fill, or Melt

Non Surgical Options for Facial Rejuvenation By John D. Verghese, M.D. There are a multitude of options for facial rejuvenation now available. Surgery has long been considered the gold standard for reversing the aging process but new technologies have emerged as an alternative to the scalpel. There are three major categories of facial techniques: neurotoxins (freeze), dermal fillers (fill) and …

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