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WORRIED YOUR ESTATE WILL GO TO THE STATE WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE A WILL

WORRIED YOUR ESTATE WILL GO TO THE STATE WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE A WILL

By James W. Mallonee I often hear clients come into my office worried that if they don’t have a Will their assets will go to the State of Florida and not to their beneficiaries or heirs.  They are often surprised to learn the likelihood of that happening is very remote.  However, it is possible within the State of Florida that …

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Your Superpower

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church I believe the reason God uses me is because I don’t know of anyone who needs God’s help and love more than I do. There are times I feel helpless and useless. I cannot depend solely upon my abilities nor upon my strength. So because of my weakness, I reach out …

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TV Solutions: When Hearing Aids Aren’t Enough

TV Solutions: When Hearing Aids Aren’t Enough

By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D. One of the most common complaints I hear is “It is difficult for me to hear and understand what is being said on the television”.  Simply turning up the volume on the TV can cause issues for two reasons. First, the quality of the sound may deteriorate as the volume is raised.  This will depend …

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HOW TO ELIMINATE CHILDHOOD OBESITY

HOW TO ELIMINATE CHILDHOOD OBESITY

By Rev. Dr. Sean Stringer, dc, mo, ctth Obesity in the United States is at an epidemic rate. Over 75% of the U.S. adult population is overweight or obese with there being more obese than overweight individuals. The percentage of children with obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970s. Today, about twenty percent of school-aged children …

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Early Cancer Detection Saves Lives

Early Cancer Detection Saves Lives

The development of improved screening tests for various types of cancer means that physicians can now identify and diagnose cancer at an earlier stage, many times, before any symptoms are present. Early detection is important because when abnormal tissues or cancers are found early, they are easier to treat. Some screening methods are quite simple, such as skin cancer checks …

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Advanced Treatment for Alcoholism and Depression

By Dr. Robert Pollack Drinking alcohol has become extremely common in our society, and with that acceptance and desensitization of the harmful effects, comes much more alcohol abuse than most people are aware of, or willing to acknowledge. There are some benefits to moderate drinking, but the problem is that with the social aspect of drinking, many people are becoming more …

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Make the Move to Marco Island

1630 Caxambas Ct, Marco Island, FL 34145

Many areas of Florida make wonderful places to live, offering a variety of housing, working, schooling, dining, entertainment options. One of these highly sought-after locations, Marco Island, located on the Gulf of Mexico. Don’t let the size of this small island, 24 square miles, deceive you. With a variety of local eateries, top-rated schools, and activities for both land and water …

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Lanier Islands is the Perfect Destination for Family Memories

Lanier Islands is the Perfect Destination for Family Memories

Lake Lanier and Lanier Islands is a vacation destination located in northeast Georgia. The islands set in the middle of Lake Lanier and offer something for everyone, from the outdoor adventure-seeker to those who prefer being pampered after shopping and fine dining. Lanier Islands Resort is the main attraction of the islands, which features a plethora of activities for all ages. …

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Keep your skin healthy this summer

Keep your skin healthy this summer

By Jacqueline Thomas, D.O., Board Certified Dermatologist Summer is fast approaching and with it comes relaxation and fun in the sun. It is important to keep your skin healthy this summer and all year because anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of skin color. In most parts of the country, the hottest part of the day is from 10AM to …

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Diabetics Cannot Risk Ignoring Eye Exams

Diabetics Cannot Risk Ignoring Eye Exams

By Dr. Shaminder Bhullar All of us should be getting our eyes regularly examinationed to make sure they are healthy, but the importance of people with diabetes having their recommended exams is critical. In both type 1 and type 2 diabetics, high blood sugar is involved in damaging the delicate blood vessels within the retina.  This damage is called diabetic retinopathy.  …

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