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PSP, Lost in Identity

PSP, Lost in Identity

Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is a rare brain disorder that causes serious and progressive problems with control of gait and balance, along with complex eye movement and thinking problems.  PSP and Parkinsons present very similar, but they are quite different. Due to the fact that there isn’t a lot of resources out there for PSP or an over abundant of …

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New Cancer Therapy is Changing Lives

New Cancer Therapy is Changing Lives

By Dr. Stan Headley The cancer world needed a game-changing product to give cancer patients more than just a “fighting chance” to survive cancer and the aggressive therapies used to kill cancer cells.  Patients have two great fears, first is the fear of the cancer itself, and the second is the fear of treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery.  …

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Is good health in your future?

Is good health in your future

By Danielle Perrault, Founder, Director World Institute of Natural Nutrition One of the most serious problems of modern civilization is malnutrition. Whether we consider malnutrition caused by poverty and shortage of food as encountered in third world countries, or witness the dietary abuse problems common to the rest of the world, we find enormous suffering caused by the way we …

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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 …

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Achieve Fitness Goals with 20 Minutes of Super Slow Strength Training

Super Slow Strength Training

When we think of the concept of working out at “the gym,” we typically think of the stigmatisms that go along with it. Mirrors, blaring music, cleanliness certainly being questionable, 100‘s of machines that could not seem more confusing and overwhelming, beautiful people everywhere in amazing shape, feeling like just a number amongst a sea of “workout guru’s,” consistent judgement …

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You CAN Prevent Prostate Cancer*

You CAN Prevent Prostate Cancer

By Virginia ‘Ginya’ Carnahan, APR, CPRC – Dattoli Cancer Center & Brachytherapy Research Institute *The secret to preventing prostate cancer is to make sure you are born female.  To date, no female has ever been diagnosed with prostate cancer.  This is not to say that some unfortunate transgendered male-to-female might one day find that she has developed the disease because …

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More Dry Eyes In The House

More Dry Eyes In The House

It’s estimated that 33 million Americans have some form of Dry Eye Disease. Tears are more than a means of expressing sadness and joy—they’re an essential part of maintaining healthy eyes and good vision. When our tears are functioning well, we don’t even think about them. But when they don’t, we begin to notice the following symptoms: • Stinging and …

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RECENT CHANGES TO GIFTS TO MINORS OR HEALTHCARE SURROGATES

By James W. Mallonee Have you ever wanted to transfer property to a minor as part of your Will, Trust or an outright gift, but did not want to burden the Executor or Trustee with the obligations necessary to control the gift; or maybe the minor is simply too immature to manage such gift.  Back in 1985, there was a …

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The Family Secret

The Family Secret

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church John the Baptist asked Jesus a very bizarre question once.  In Matthew 11:3 He asked, “Are you the Messiah we’ve been expecting, or should we keep looking for someone else?” Here is why that seems so bizarre. John also said these words in John 1:29, “Look, the Lamb of God, …

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Nanny Granny-Back on Track- Gloria Schoenfeld’s Story

Nanny Granny-Back on Track- Gloria Schoenfeld’s Story

Patient Testimonial for Dr. Gino Sedillo at CardioVascular Solutions Institute Gloria Schoenfeld went to see her cardiologist because she had been experiencing consistent leg pain.The cardiologist discovered that Gloria had no discernible pulse and determined that surgery was needed to correct the problem. He referred her to a surgeon. “I made an appointment with the referred surgeon, and during my …

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