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BACK TO SCHOOL (for Adult Men)

BACK TO SCHOOL

By Virginia “Ginya” Carnahan, APR.CPRC, Director of Marketing & Development, Dattoli Cancer Center & Brachytherapy Research Institute So August has arrived and families everywhere are scurrying around to get ready for another school year.  Kids have a few precious days left to catch up on summer reading assignments.  School supply lists are showing up in emails. Bus schedules, too.  Somehow …

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HarborChase of Sarasota Represents the Next Level in Senior Living

HarborChase of Sarasota Represents

As a seamless blend of modern amenities and classic sophistication, HarborChase of Sarasota, a new assisted living and memory care community, represents the next level in senior living. HarborChase offers stimulating activities, customized programs and innovative health services. From its peaceful setting to its luxurious apartments, HarborChase offers all the comfort of home. “We want residents to enjoy life, make …

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Testosterone and Heart Disease

Testosterone and Heart Disease

By Dr. Mitch Yadven You may have seen recent television ads by law firms fishing for patients that received testosterone replacement therapy, who then developed heart disease or heart problems and even death. The trigger for these television ads is two recent trials, which suggest that testosterone replacement therapy may increase the risk of heart disease and/or stroke. These were …

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PREPARE YOUR KIDS FOR A HEALTHY NEW SCHOOL YEAR

PREPARE YOUR KIDS FOR A HEALTHY NEW SCHOOL YEAR

No matter what grade your child will enter this fall, there is always a last-minute rush of things to do: purchase supplies and new school clothes, fill out forms and attend orientations. But one of the most important tasks for a successful school year is an appointment with your child’s pediatrician. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advocates that every …

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Are Your Bones Weak?

Are Your Bones Weak

Osteoporosis results in more than one million hip, spine and wrist fractures annually. This disorder affects nearly one-half of all postmenopausal women, the largest group at risk for osteoporosis. Research in osteoporosis, the disorder in which progressive bone loss results in increased risk of fracture, is making important new advances. A key factor in the success has been the availability …

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A Smile Can Change Everything

A Smile Can Change Everything

By Dr. Alexander Gaukhman You may be surprised to know that the benefits of having properly aligned teeth extend far beyond a confident smile. According to the American Dental Association, straightening your teeth can actually significantly affect your overall dental health. Think about it — a smile can hardly be perfect if it’s not a healthy one. “Fortunately, with Invisalign, …

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The Meaning of Blood Pressure

The Meaning of Blood Pressure

Do you know your blood pressure?  Many people find out their blood pressure is high when they go to the doctor for another health reason.  This is because high blood pressure does not have any symptoms and is known as the “silent killer.”  Over time, high blood pressure leads to organ and blood vessel damage including heart attack and stroke. …

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Your Attitude Determines Your Significance

Life-giving Attitude Part Two: Moving to Significance By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church After speaking to our group the man stepped down from the stage and began to shake hands and talk to those who came forward to meet him. He was tall and big, well over six feet with broad shoulders and a thick chest. …

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Waiting for a Heart Baby Addilyn’s Journey

Waiting for a Heart Baby Addilyn’s Journey

Two days shy of 26 weeks gestation, Amy & Daniel Jodoin received devastating news during a routine visit to monitor their twin girls. During the echocardiogram, the tech noticed something wrong and asked the doctor to take a look. At that time, Amy was immediately sent to Shands at the University of Florida Labor and Delivery unit to be assessed …

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Proven Knee Arthritis Treatment

By Physicians Rehabilitation FDA Approved Treatment for Knee  Arthritis Offered Locally Currently, an estimated 27 million people suffer from know osteoarthritis making it one of the most common causes of disability in the U.S.  It is estimated by the year 2030, 72 million Americans will be at high risk for osteoarthritis.  Patients with chronic joint pain often think nothing can …

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