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Tips for Looking Young

– By: Alina Stanciu, MD – Board Certified Eye Physician & Surgeon – Alina K. Stanciu, MD medical director of Advanced Eye Care & Aesthetic Center is a board certified eye physician and surgeon who specializes in aesthetic procedures and has been performing them for over 10 years with excellent results. Dr Stanciu developed the European Face Lift a minimally …

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Fix Your Gut, Fix Your Problems

– By Robert Gilliland, B.S., D.C – Fatigued? Difficultly Losing Weight? Brain Fog? Lack Motivation? Depression? Stressed? Catch Every Cold That Comes Around? Getting Old Before Your Time? What could be the cause of all the above symptoms? Bad gut health. Nothing affects your overall health quite like your gut health. So how did your gut get so unhealthy? It …

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Study Reveals Diabetes and Age

Can Cause Hearing Loss in Women – By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D., Director, Advanced Hearing Center, Englewood, FL – In a recent study of 990 patients by Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI, it was discovered that having diabetes can cause women to experience a greater degree of hearing loss as they age, especially when diabetes is not controlled through …

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“The Other Side of Parkinson’s Disease”

– By Ramon A. Gil, M.D. – Medical Director, Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Center of SW Florida – Parkinson’s disease (PD) is traditionally recognized by the motor signs that typically bring the patients to the physicians for medical evaluation:  tremor, rigidity, slowness of movements and changes in their gait pattern, associated later on with balance problems. These problems are due to …

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Sex for Heart Patients

By James V. Talano, MD, MM FACC The Southwest Institute for Cardiovascular Fitness & Treatment – Sexual activity is a major quality of life issue for men and women with cardiovascular disease and their partners. Unfortunately, for one reason or another, discussions about sexual activity rarely take place between patient and doctor. Sexual activity is a natural part of our lives …

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Knee Arthroscopy Can Help You

Get Back in the Game Faster By John C. Kagan, M.D. – Constant knee pain that prevents you from performing everyday activities like walking, bending and climbing stairs, or enjoying a game of golf or tennis, can be difficult. It can certainly limit your quality of life. The first step is to try nonsurgical treatments such as a knee brace, pain …

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Anxious about exercise?

By LouAnn Good – 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 …

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Shingles and Postherpetic Neuralgia

By Adam Shuster, DO Pain Management Consultants of SWFL – Shingles is one of the most common neuropathic pain syndromes affecting adults in the United States.  Roughly 20% of the population will experience shingles in their lifetime. Shingles is cause by a viral infection (Herpes Zoster). Usually, pain may start five to seven days prior to eruption of a rash. The …

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Atherosclerosis and Aortic Aneurysms:

What You Need To Know By Gino, Sedillo, MD, FACC, CardioVascular Solutions Institute – What is Atherosclerosis? Atherosclerosis occurs when arteries that carry blood to your heart, head, organs, or limbs become narrowed or blocked by a buildup of plaque. Plaque can be made up of several things such as cholesterol, fatty substances, blood cells, and scar tissue. Atherosclerosis can …

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Facts on Colon Cancer

142,670 Is the number of cases of Colon Cancer that will be diagnosed this year! Colorectal cancers account for about eight percent of new cancer diagnoses. In recent years death rates have declined due to increased colonoscopy screening, polyp removal (preventing the progression of polyps into invasive cancer) and improved treatment methods. Q: What is the colon? A: The colon and …

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