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You Can Be Younger Next Year

By LouAnn Good – So you’re coming into the peak of your life. You’re already more attuned to your physical and emotional needs, and more inclined to commit to a healthier lifestyle, you’re poised to live brilliantly for the thirty-plus years after menopause. All you need now is the program outlined in Younger Next Year for Women—which, for starters, will …

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How to Maintain Your Healthy Start to 2012

An Integrative Health Coach Might Be Your Answer – By Deborah Lee, PhD, RN  – Better Choices Health Coaching, Naples – Making that New Year’s resolution to change for the better is something 45% of Americans engage in each year as the calendar turns to January.  Often times, February rolls around and people find that making the change is more …

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Pellevé Skin Tightening

Non-Invasive Immediate Results for a More Youthful You – By Casey Surgical Arts – Pellevé skin tightening is a highly effective, innovative non-invasive procedure for improving skin quality and wrinkles. Neither drugs nor anesthetics are required for the procedure, so there are minimal side effects and very little discomfort. Pellevé also has the fastest recovery time of any skin tightening …

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Tips for Looking Young

– By: Alina Stanciu, MD – Board Certified Eye Physician & Surgeon – Alina K. Stanciu, MD medical director of Advanced Eye Care & Aesthetic Center is a board certified eye physician and surgeon who specializes in aesthetic procedures and has been performing them for over 10 years with excellent results. Dr Stanciu developed the European Face Lift a minimally …

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Can You Hear Me Now?

– By W.L. “Hunter” Huntley, III, HAS, BC-HIS – The subject of men’s health and their occupations encompasses a plethora of subjects for discussion. For the most part, men are exposed to more noise: military, industrial and power tools than women; not to mention planes, cars, boats, and recreational “toys.” Over a period of prolonged exposure to excessive decibel levels, …

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Why LTC Planning Is Essential for Boomers

– By George Leamon, CLTC – As millions of baby boomers in the United States rapidly approach old age, experts predict the number of long-term care patients will double over the next 30 years. What does that mean for you? It means that if you don’t have a long-term care plan in place, you and your family may have to …

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Inheritance

Passing Inheritances to Future Generations – By The Law Offices of David L. Orosz – Having the desire to pass an inheritance to one’s children or grandchildren is not something to be ashamed of. Passing inheritances to future generations is a fundamental precept of American society.  However, how to retain that estate in light of long-term illness is our focus …

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Celiac Disease in Adults

Celiac disease is a condition in which the immune system responds abnormally to a protein called gluten, which can cause damage to the lining of the small intestine. Gluten is found in wheat, rye, barley, and a multitude of prepared foods. Celiac disease is also known as gluten sensitive enteropathy, celiac sprue, and nontropical sprue. The small intestine is responsible …

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Avoid Caregiver Burnout

– By Superior Residences at Health Park – When providing care to aging or disabled parents, many caregivers ignore the most important person involved in the caregiving process. “Who?” – you may ask. The answer might surprise you: The Caregiver. Many times caregivers get so wrapped up in attending to parent’s needs, trying to fit quality time with their own …

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Sleep Apnea

– By Adam Shuster, DO – Pain Management Consultants of SWFL – Fibromyalgia is a pain syndrome causing widespread body pain.  Fibromyalgia is more common in women but is also common in men.  Aside from pain, sleep disturbance is a very common complaint in patients with fibromyalgia. In fact, sleep disturbance and fatigue, compared to pain  in patient’s with fibromyalgia, …

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