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Eliminate Back Pain and Increase Strength in Only 20 Minutes a Week

By Concept 10 10 – A startling, 80 percent of adults will fall victim to low back pain at some point in their lives. It is the most common cause of disability for people before the age of forty-five, and second only to the common cold as a cause for a visit to the doctor. We must have a strong …

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The Facts about BOTOX® Cosmetic (Botulinum Toxin Type A), Juvederm and Radiesse®

By Dr. Alexandra Konowal – More than 13 million aesthetic procedures with BOTOX® Cosmetic (botulinum toxin type A) have been administered since the product was first approved in 2002 in the United States for temporary treatment of moderate to severe glabellar lines (the vertical “frown lines” between the eyebrows) in adults 18 to 65. According to the American Society for …

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How to Get Obamacare to Work in Your Favor

By Laura Kitay – Historically, securing a health insurance policy could have been difficult for you if you have a pre-existing condition. If you have a pre-existing condition, you may have been declined for coverage, or offered a policy with an increased premium or exclusion riders that eliminate coverage for pre-existing conditions. But all of this is changing in 2014… …

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Diabetes and Your FEET

Diabetic Foot Care

By Myles Rubin Samotin, MD – Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon, Fellowship Trained in Foot and Ankle – The number of people suffering from diabetes has grown exponentially over the past few decades. Some of you have first-hand experience or have a relative who uses insulin daily requiring numerous blood draws to try and maintain normal blood sugar levels. But to …

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ALCAT – Antigen Leukocyte Cellular Antibody Test

Once your PRP treatment is completed, rejuvenation and regeneration is taking place. Cells are being accelerated by HBOT and it is time to learn what free radicals that cause aging. The YOLLO Wellness team encourages natural wellness by helping restore the whole body. This can only be achieved when the root cause of an issue is addressed, not just the …

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Seeking A Vibrant Prayer Life

Seeking A Vibrant Prayer Life

By Terry Hoskins, Pastor of the Family Church – What does it mean to have a prayer life? Is it more than just an occasional prayer going up before a meal? More than the occasional prayer for so and so to get better? The difference of having a prayer life or not is this: Does your life depend on prayer …

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COPD and Allergies: Avoiding Pollutants and Allergens

COPD and Allergies

By Kevin P. Rosenbach, M.D. – If you have COPD, then you likely know to avoid the variety of triggers than could set off flair-ups or exacerbations of the disease. Besides exposure to second-hand smoke, fumes from chemicals and cleaning agents, air pollution, high ozone levels and cold air temperatures can all contribute to breathing problems. In fact, any substance …

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Teachers in Today’s World

Teachers in Today’s World

By Erin E. Harrel, Ph.D. Dean, School of Education at Edison State College and Joyce Rollins, Professor, Education M.A., Mary Robertson, Professor of Mathematics Education, Anne Angstrom, Ph.D., Professor of Middle Grades Language Arts Teachers in the world today not only have the responsibility of teaching our children, but they have to be trained to recognize various health and social …

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THE NEXT STEP IN MANAGING URINARY INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN

URINARY INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN

InterStim Therapy By Joseph Gauta, MD, FACOG – You see them all the time. Television ads about new medication aimed at treating bladder control issue, urinary incontinence, urgency, and frequency problems.  Talking pipes, water balloons, even the symbol from a restroom door now give new hope to the estimated 21 million women who suffer with occasional or chronic urinary incontinence …

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Guide Offers Tips On Living With Dementia

Guide Offers Tips On Living With Dementia

By George T. Leamon, CLTC – Lutgert Insurance – According to the World Alzheimer’s Report and the American Association for LongTerm Care Insurance (AALTCI) reports, over 35 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Without a significant medical breakthrough related to dementia care that number could double every 20 years, and by 2050 could affect …

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