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Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

By Peggy Benzing, D.O. Alzheimer’s Disease touches people regardless of race, gender or religion. Currently, there is no predicting who will be affected, and there is no reliable treatment. It robs people of their memories and progresses throughout its course until the patient is no longer able to be managed at home. Frequently, an older couple has been living together and …

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Cool off with a Grand Alaskan Cruise & Tour with YMT Vacations

Cool off with a Grand Alaskan Cruise & Tour with YMT Vacations

In Florida, our warm weather starts way before the rest of the country. We’re experiencing hot summer temperatures in the beginning of spring in many cases, and the heat continues into the autumn months. With warm weather in full swing, many people are looking for ways to escape the sultry heat. What better time to visit Alaska than May and …

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VENOUS DISEASE It’s More Than Just Varicose Veins

Venous Disease

By Joseph Magnant, MD, FACS, RPVI and Jill Tanner, APRN As we begin celebrating July 4th, Independence Day, an important word comes to mind. That word is FREEDOM. In Ameri ca, we have t he freedoms and independence to do many things. We have all seen someone walking down the street and noticed large bulging varicose veins, but t his …

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Preparing Your Home To Sell

Preparing Your Home To Sell

So you’ve decided to sell your home, or at least thinking hard about the possibility. Now what? As part of the process of selling your home, prospective buyers will be touring your home to see if they are interested in owning the home. In order for someone to buy your home, two things must happen. First, buyers need to appreciate …

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Anxious about exercise?

Anxious about exercise?

These are times of high anxiety! We all know what anxiety is, we all have experienced it, we deal with it as best we can but for many of us it can be a debilitating condition. Anxiety is essentially a negative and weakening reaction to life situations typified by worry, self-doubt, and apprehension that often affects our health, such as …

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Can Inflammation From Arthritis Cause Memory Problems?

Dr. John Lieurance with a CVAC

As a personal trainer, Pamela Kirscher taught others how to keep their bodies working optimally. But she became increasingly frustrated with her own body as it showed signs of escalating dysfunction. “I had arthritis in my left ankle, which I broke in 1980,” Pamela shares. “It caused a stabbing pain that made me actually buckle over. I also broke my …

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Getting Help for Sleep Disturbances is Critical for Your Health: CBD is the Natural Alternative That May Work For You

Getting Help for Sleep Disturbances is Critical for Your Health

Are you getting a good night’s sleep? Do you have insomnia? If you experience sleep disturbances, not only are you less effective at work and with daily activities because you’re exhausted, but it may have significant repercussions on your overall health. If you have trouble falling asleep, or you find yourself waking up during the night, unable to fall back …

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MEDICAL MYSTERY: SOLVED

MEDICAL MYSTERY: SOLVED

By Joseph Magnant, MD, FACS, RPVI and Jill Tanner, APRN Vein disease, also known as Venous Insufficiency (VI), affects over 40% of adults in the United States. Despite it being an extremely common and treatable disease, VI is often misdiagnosed, leading to a delay in treatment. Often times, patients are evaluated by multiple specialists before ending up at the office of …

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Regain Control of Your Life New Minimally Invasive Overactive Bladder Treatment Available

Regain Control of Your Life New Minimally Invasive Overactive Bladder Treatment Available

By Rolando Rivera, MD, FACS Do you ever find yourself struggling to hold it in? Or do you plan your social outings based on which local venues have the cleanest restrooms? If you are living with bladder symptoms of urgency, frequency, and leakage, it could be a common condition called overactive bladder (OAB). The incidence of OAB is staggering and …

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Hernias and Organ Prolapse: What You Need to Know

Hernias and Organ Prolapse

Nicolas Perez, M.D. – Korunda Pain Management Center Hernias can happen at any age, but as we get older, the structures that surround and protect our organs may become weakened, stretched, less elastic and resilient. The weakened muscles can subsequently allow organs to prolapse and fall into the groin area or abdominal wall, which can cause a great deal of discomfort …

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