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Are You Contemplating Your Senior Living Options? Community Care Options Is Here To Help

Are You Contemplating Your Senior Living Options? Community Care Options Is Here To Help

Whether it is for you or your loved one, making the decision to transition into an assisted living community, memory care facility or independent residential living community is intimidating. The choices can be overwhelming and how do you know that you’re making the right decision or choosing the best options for you or your family member? Is Senior Living Right For …

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Health Insurance – Medicare 2019 Annual Election Period October 15th- December 7th, 2018 is here! Individual/Family Open Enrollment November 1st -December 15th 2018 is coming soon!

Health Insurance – Medicare 2019 Annual Election Period

By Ulla-Undine Merritt (Dee) National Producer Number (NPN) 8853366 Medicare Beneficiaries who currently have Medicare Advantage Plan and Part D (Prescription Drug Plans) should have received their “Notice of Change” documents in September. These notices compare any plan changes from your current 2018 plan to your new 2019 plan. You will be automatically re-enrolled in your current plan if you do …

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Snoring & Sleep Apnea

Snoring/Apnea

By Dr. Gilbert We probably all know someone who snores. Who can forget the rumbling, tumbling, and even gasping sounds in the middle of the night?  While snoring certainly affects the sleep quality of one’s bed partner, it can also be very problematic for the snorer as well. Snoring is a sound that originates from vibrations of constricted soft tissues in …

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What’s Your Diet

whats your diet

By Pastor Roger P. Felipe Weight-watchers. Nutrisystem. Mediterranean diet. Paleo. Living healthy has become a craze, although obesity in our country, rather legitimizes it. For many people it is about looking and feeling better, living longer, stronger and disease-free. These are all important reasons for eating clean, exercising, and learning to rest our bodies sufficiently. For Christians, however, trying to maintain …

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Physical Therapy Should Be Pain Management’s Cornerstone

Physical Therapy Should Be Pain Management’s Cornerstone

Nicolas Perez, M.D. – Korunda Pain Management Center Chronic Pain can lead to depression, addictions, anxiety, stress, isolation, and even suicide. Finding relief from pain is critical to having the quality life you deserve. Avoiding surgery and being over medicated should be at the forefront of most people’s minds when dealing with chronic pain. However, most of these individuals would …

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A Shot of Youth: Neurotoxin

A Shot of Youth: Neurotoxin

By Dr. Paul M. Graham You are probably aware of the use of botulinum toxin in the field of aesthetic and cosmetic medicine, but do you know how it was discovered and how it works? In this article, we will discuss the historical significance, mechanism of action, indications for, and side effects of this powerful, yet popular neurotoxin. The word …

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Breast Cancer Awareness: Let’s Get Real About the Recovery Process – Learn how Cannabis is Helping Countless Individuals

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast cancer statistics remain high with both invasive and noninvasive diagnosis. 1.7 million women in the world are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. While we hear fewer statistics about men, they still can and do develop breast cancer, but at a much more infrequent rate. With so much in the news at this time of year about breast cancer …

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Pancreatic Cancer: Understanding Your Options – Whipple Procedure

Over 55, 400 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year and unfortunately the number of deaths from pancreatic cancer each year is approximately 44,300. If caught early enough, the survival rate increases greatly Whipple Procedure For those that have a tumor(s) in the right section of their pancreas, there is an advanced surgical technique called the Whipple Procedure. The …

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Cooking Good!  What’s in your fridge?

Cooking Good! What's in your fridge?

“Let food by thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Hippocrates, the father of medicine said that somewhere around 400 BC. That advice still holds true today although it’s more difficult to accomplish. We’re all in a hurry so we don’t eat properly. Our fruits and vegetables lack vitality because of the long trips they make coming to market and …

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How Healthy Are Your Lungs?

How Healthy Are Your Lungs?

By T.J. DePaola, PharmD October is Healthy Lung Month, and for many, the beginning of a challenging breathing season. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million Americans experience various types of allergies each year. With fall pollens abundant, this time of year can present many breathing challenges for allergy sufferers. Common and unpleasant symptoms may …

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