Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: featured (page 4)

Tag Archives: featured

How to Keep Your HEART HEALTHY During the Holidays

Cardiac Care Group

The Holiday season is upon us, and with all of the festivities, we should be well reminded that this time of year can literally put a great deal of stress on our hearts. Since heart disease is still the leading cause of death in both men and women, what better way to understand and implement heart health and risk prevention? …

Read More »

It’s okay to say the “D” word – Living through Depression

Living through Depression

By T.J. DePaola, PharmD Do you find yourself feeling sad, empty or hopeless for long periods of time, nearly every day? Have you lost interest in the things that you once loved or feel the constant need to be alone? Have you noticed a change in your diet or how well you sleep at night? If the answer is yes …

Read More »

Long Term Care Planning [A Critical Part of Your Florida Estate Plan]

Long Term Care Planning

By Steven J. Gibbs, Esq. I often advise clients that there are a few major risks to consider in your retirement years. The top of the list is rising healthcare costs, followed by the arguably lower risks of random law suits and estate tax exposure. Rising healthcare costs bear a direct relationship with long term care planning is it relates …

Read More »

Alleviating Nerve Pain Without Surgery or Medication

By Debra K. Brinker, RN Pinched and compressed nerves can produce burning and shooting pain that can range from mildly annoying to excruciating and completely disabling. The underlying reason that nerves become pinched or entrapped is often missed when patients are given only the limited options of prescription painkillers, nerve blocks, and surgical consultations. Treatment such as nerve blocks may …

Read More »

The 2nd Most Common Cancer In Men What You Need to Know About Early Prostate Cancer Detection

The 2nd Most Common Cancer In Men What You Need to Know About Early Prostate Cancer Detection

There has been recent debate on how to approach screening and treatment for prostate cancer. Organizations not affiliated with the American Urologic Association have made claims that limit Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) screening, a common screening procedure for prostate cancer that measures the level of PSA in the blood. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), a volunteer panel of 16 …

Read More »

Medical Marijuana — Is It Right For You?

medical marijuana

Iona Health and Wellness uses an integrative approach to medicine. They offer age management medicine for women and men to optimize health. Dr. Sonn will evaluate you and tailor a patient-specific treatment plan to maximize your potential. Using evidence-based medicine, their diagnostic and treatment services are directed towards promoting health.  Gregory Sonn, DO has been practicing Medicine since 2002; he believes …

Read More »

HOW AN INHERITANCE CAN JEOPARDIZE MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY

HOW AN INHERITANCE CAN JEOPARDIZE MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY

By Steven J. Gibbs, Esq. When folks are doing estate planning in Florida, they often are trying to take care of those they love the most, and this is one of my favorite things being a Florida estate planning attorney. However, many don’t realize that their generosity can backfire if they fail to consider the relative circumstances of those loved …

Read More »

Untreated Hearing Loss DRAMATICALLY Increases Alzheimer’s Disease Risk!

Untreated Hearing Loss DRAMATICALLY Increases Alzheimer’s Disease Risk

By Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Services Hearing loss can have much larger consequences than just the frustration of misunderstanding friends and loved one. A number of studies have come to light over the last few years showing a link between untreated hearing loss and dementia. Specifically, a pair of studies out of Johns Hopkins found that hearing loss is …

Read More »

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Breast Cancer

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Breast Cancer

By Karen Helmick Taylor, LAc DOM According to the Worldwide Breast Cancer Association, breast cancer affected nearly 1.5 million women and men in 2010. And unfortunately, that number hasn’t decreased by much since then. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, worldwide. The United States and the United Kingdom have the highest incidence rates globally, primarily due to …

Read More »

Top 6 Reasons to Get Your Leg Vein Evaluation and Treatment this FALL.

Top 6 Reasons to Get Your Leg Vein Evaluation and Treatment this FALL.

By Joseph Magnant, MD, FACS, RPVI There are many different presentations of leg vein problems although the most recognizable is that of varicose veins. Other signs and symptoms of venous reflux disease (also known as venous insufficiency, CVI, venous incompetence or leaky veins) include swollen, achy legs, restless legs, night time leg cramps and urination, varicose veins, skin discoloration in …

Read More »