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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence

Having an overactive bladder is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, nearly 15 percent of women are dealing with it on a chronic basis. As you may suspect, it is more prominent in women due to pregnancies, menopause, and the unique structure of the female urinary tract. Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a specific type of problem that is …

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Psoriasis Awareness Month: Can CBD Help?

Psoriasis Awareness Month: Can CBD Help?

Psoriasis is a common skin disorder that affects 125 million people globally; however, what many people don’t realize is that it is an autoimmune disease. When the body’s immune system is triggered, skin cells become overactive and produce more skin than what can naturally be sloughed off, so the end result is red, irritated skin with dry patches that eventually …

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(AGA) Better Known as Male Pattern Baldness

(AGA) Better Known as Male Pattern Baldness

By Martin Maag, MD Adrogenetic alopecia or AGA, is the most common form of hair loss in men and women, but today’s article is about men. Affecting over 60% of men starting around age 35, with 85% of men by age 50. Very few men escape this condition. Those that do are fortunate; those that don’t either accept it or …

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Many Cancer Patients are Seeking a Comprehensive Approach to Treatment

Ask most people what they wish for and finding a cure for cancer is usually at the top of their list. There are innovative advancements in treatment options like immunotherapy, and multiple studies are showing significant outcomes in shrinking tumors, killing cancer cells and eliminating chronic infections and inflammation that attribute to most cancers. Nutrition For individuals wanting to ward …

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Karate: The Power to Improve Mental Health

Karate: The Power to Improve Mental Health

By Valeriy Sabodash, M.D. Mental health and dementia are under the scope of health care experts for over decades. A lack of understanding the causes of neurodegenerative diseases even with a reasonable recognition of the pathological mechanisms motivates researches to continue seeking the explanations why some people develop dementia, and others do not. Data analysis from the Rush Memory and Aging …

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Should You Consider a Plant-Based Diet?

By John Canterbury, M.D. We are hearing a lot about the potential benefits of a plant-based diet; many professional athletes, celebrities and entertainers attribute weight loss and improved health to this increasingly popular way of eating. But what exactly is included in a plant-based diet? What is a plant-based diet? There are two major food sources in our diet: plants …

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Coronary Artery Disease: Putting the Pieces Together

Dr. Joseph Freedman MD, MBA Feeling short of breath, heart palpitations, chest pain and tightness? Do you know the signs of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)? And if you’re experiencing them, are you taking steps to see your cardiologist to find out what’s the cause? For many people, that have CAD symptoms, they, unfortunately, ignore their signs. Ignoring heart irregularities can be …

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Improving Balance with Aquatic Therapy

Improving Balance with Aquatic Therapy

Working on improving your balance in the water is the safest most effective way to go. If you fall over in the water, you will only get wet. However, if you fall over on land, you could possibly break a hip. Safely exercising or working on balance in the water is helping numerous individuals improve stability, build strength, and increase their …

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Diagnostic Imaging Saves Lives

Diagnostic Imaging Saves Lives

Medical imaging technology has revolutionized health care over the past 30 years, allowing doctors to find disease earlier and improve patient outcomes. Whether you are a young child with cancer or a grandmother who just wants to make sure she’s in good health, medical imaging helps you detect and diagnose disease at its earliest, most treatable stages and guides physicians …

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Hot Summer Temperatures: Beat the Heat with ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

Hot Summer Temperatures: Beat the Heat with ONE HD Hydration (Hemp Infused Water)

With weather approaching the upper 90’s and on some days, triple digits, the heat can be unbearable at times and downright dangerous, this is particularly the case when we factor in high levels of humidity. Our bodies self-regulate heat by sweating and also through radiating heat back into the atmosphere. When we sweat, we perspire potassium and sodium. Both of …

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