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Taking Stock in the Health and Longevity of Your Business

Health and Longevity of Your Business

By Blake W. Kirkpatrick – Ok, so you eat right, get a reasonable amount of sleep, maybe even exercise regularly, however,…does your business partner or key employee do the same?  Maybe it is you that falls short in the health category.  Either way, both scenarios point to critical reasons for having a good business succession plan if you own a …

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I Have A Wait Problem

I Have A Wait Problem

By Brent Myers, Pastor of Community Life – You’re reading a health and wellness magazine and you’re thinking: that guy can’t spell. But the truth is that you read it correctly: I have a wait problem: I don’t like to wait. But who does? Think about it… do you like to wait? Do you love sitting in the waiting room …

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Did You Know: Eighty Percent of Shoulder Problems Do Not Require Surgery!

Shoulder Problems

I have been in practice for seventeen years as a general orthopaedic surgeon with a sub-specialty in foot and ankle.  As a general orthopaedic surgeon, I take care of all types of injuries ranging from fractures to degenerative joint disease, acute traumatic injuries sustained in accidents from slips and falls to car crashes, chronic problems in feet, ankles, knees, knee …

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Micronutrient & Telomere Testing The difference between feeling “good” and feeling “GREAT”!

Micronutrient

By Yollo Wellness – Have you ever wondered if “healthy” foods are actually making you sick?  Have you ever wanted to know how fast your cells are aging or how you can slow down that aging process? The Telomere Test is the window to your true cellular age. This advanced test measures the length of your telomeres, the end caps …

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Finding and Growing Your Career

Finding and Growing Your Career

By Dr. John D. Meyer Dean, School of Business and Technology at Edison State College As Florida continues its ascent from depths of the Great Recession, many have found that jobs become both easier to get and easier to leave. When people regain their confidence about finding new and better work, they feel comfortable enough to voluntarily leave if the …

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7 Rules for Protecting & Cleaning Hardwood Floors

Hardwood Floors

Spring is the perfect season for cleaning and treating hardwood floors. Here are seven rules to see you through: 1. Avoid dirt and scratches altogether. Even the most heavily protected hardwood floors are vulnerable to damage from grit, heels, pet claws, furniture and the products and moisture needed to clean them. Avoid damage altogether by wiping spills and stains promptly, …

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Knee Pain Does Not Mean You Need Knee Replacement Surgery

By Physicians Rehabilitation – A person with knee pain knows how often it gets in the way of doing the things they want and need to do in daily life. Because the knee is a weight bearing joint, knee pain affects almost everything we do that requires mobility, including those things most of us have usually taken for granted. For …

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Sleep Awareness: Do’s and Don’ts in the Bedroom

By Dr. David B. Rawlings, PhD – In my clinical psychology practice, I routinely interview patients to review their medical, cognitive, and personality functioning. One aspect of a person’s life that we always discuss, and which is frequently a barometer of their overall health, is the quality of their sleep and sleep behavior. In most cases, people in good health …

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Get Moving During National Physical Therapy Month!

Get Moving

October is the month we appreciate the many ways physical therapists can help improve our quality of life by rehabilitating and recovering our ability to move. Let’s celebrate our remarkable physical therapists by dancing! This is our opportunity to reach out to our community and educate them on the value of physical therapy. Ballroom dance benefits may surprise you. When …

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Why do Orthopaedic Surgeons Choose to Specialize in Foot and Ankle Problems?

Well, I can only speak for myself. My reasons started with my grandmother who developed gangrene of the toes.  It was initially treated by podiatrists who performed ten or twelve small operations which they explained would solve the problem.  By the time my family realized that this wasn’t the case, the gangrene was advanced, and an orthopaedic and vascular surgeon …

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