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MSK Radiology

Did you know that several different specialties stem from radiology? MSK or musculoskeletal radiologists are a subspecialty of radiology. MSK specialists diagnose various disease states and conditions that coincide with joints, soft tissues, and bones throughout the body. An individual may have faced trauma, from accidents, sports injuries, or other circumstances; an MSK expert physician can diagnose these. Genetic malformations …

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Think Outside the Salad Bowl to Reap the Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

Think Outside the Salad Bowl to Reap the Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet

By Greg Pascucci June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month, dedicated to encouraging healthy eating habits. At The Carlisle Naples, a luxury senior living community, residents can savor the flavors of fresh, healthy food choices year-round. Under the leadership of Executive Chef Marlon Perez, The Carlisle provides meals that are not only delicious but nutritious. The community’s recently launched …

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Transition into Motherhood

Transition into Motherhood

The transition to motherhood is a beautiful and profoundly important time of a woman’s life with a unique set of joys and challenges, one of which may be postpartum depression. What is Postpartum Depression? Postpartum depression is a mood disorder that impacts one in seven mothers, according to the American Psychological Association. The onset generally occurs soon after giving birth, although …

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Intermittent Fasting – A Tool for Weight loss?

Intermittent Fasting – A Tool for Weight loss?

By Caroline Cederquist, M.D. Over the past few years there has been some buzz about a pattern of eating called intermittent fasting. Advocates of intermittent fasting recommend that you go anywhere from twelve to twenty-four hours without eating any food or drinks other than water. Various recommendations suggest fasting for anywhere from sixteen hours every day, and eating all other meals …

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Tuscany Villa of Naples Offers Advice on Discussing Senior Living with Your Loved One

Tuscany Villa of Naples Offers Advice on Discussing Senior Living with Your Loved One

Behind closed doors, you talk about and fear “the conversation.” It’s time to gather up your strength, courage, and especially your compassion and have this conversation with your loved one. Of course, the best time to have this conversation is before it is needed. If you wait for a health crisis, it will be harder to avoid making hasty or rushed …

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VICTIM OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY?

VICTIM OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY

Are you one of the Millions of Americans that suffer from peripheral neuropathy? Have you been told you have to deal with it, live with it, and rely on Gabapentin, Lyrica, Cymbalta, injections or other dangerous off label drugs with serious side effects. You see, it’s not your medical doctor’s fault, it’s the completely irrational medical system that continues to treat …

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Erectile Dysfunction: How PRP/Stem Cell Therapy is Helping Countless Men Naturally Regenerate

Erectile Dysfunction

By Dr. Carolina Young It’s important to see a medical professional if you are experiencing difficulty in getting and maintaining an erection. For men between the ages of 40 to 70, erectile dysfunction is extremely common. Some causes of the disorder are vascular disease, which leads to narrowing of the arteries and decreased blood flow, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, …

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Neuromas: A Painful Foot Condition

Neuromas: A Painful Foot Condition

Foot pain is caused by many factors including, aging, standing on your feet for extended periods of time, ill-fitting shoes, hereditary and genetic disorders, excessive exercise, trauma, and diseases. However, one of the most common foot disorders is caused by injury to the nerves and tissue fibers of the ball of the foot and toes called neuromas. Neuromas are pinched nerves …

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Fit Body Boot Camp: Men’s Health Awareness Month

Fit Body Boot Camp: Men’s Health Awareness Month

As the jokes roll on, we’ve all heard that men are known to put off going to the doctor and asking for directions, but when it comes to health, the top conditions that effect men are heart disease, lung and prostate cancer. However, there are other health disorders that play a significant role in preventing some of those mentioned conditions like …

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Answering Your Burning Questions about Rosacea

By Anne Marie Tremaine, MD Rosacea is a common skin condition that presents with redness, broken blood vessels, swelling, flushing, and acne-like lesions on the face. Much less commonly, rosacea can cause the nose to enlarge and become more bulbous, a variant known as rhinophyma (W. C. Fields is a famous example). Rosacea can also affect the eyes causing a …

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