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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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Cannabis & Coronavirus

Cannabis & Coronavirus

Covid-19 has slowly spread its way into the lives of almost every person starting with financial distress and ending in the constant fear of carrying on with everyone’s daily routine. These strange times have called for unorthodox measures to be taken in order to flatten the curve of the spread such as work from home, telemedicine, and other contact free …

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Communication Strategies for the Hearing Aid Wearer:

Using Listening and Speechreading Skills  to Enhance Communication While  Removing Barriers to Understanding By Dr. Noël Crosby, Au.D. For those who experience any level of hearing loss (including hearing loss treated by the use of hearing aids) communication can be greatly augmented through the use of active listening and effective speechreading skills. Sometimes called empathetic listening, active listening can be …

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Hypertension: What You Need to Know

Hypertension

High blood pressure (hypertension) has little to no symptoms and is often referred to as a silent killer. It can lead to stroke, heart disease, and sudden cardiac arrest. It’s imperative to check your blood pressure regularly. Typically, the systolic blood pressure (top number) rises with age, while the diastolic blood pressure (bottom number) tends to fall. However, any changes …

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Hydrating Your Soul

Hydrating Your Soul

By Ross Johnson, Lead Pastor, Gathering Pointe Church It was sometime during the summer of 2001. We had just moved our family from LaCrosse, WI where I served as a youth pastor for almost five years to Sellersville, PA to begin my Master of Divinity degree at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary. I had about a month and a half of …

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Defeat Gum Disease

Defeat Gum Disease

There is a silent oral disease affecting more than 80% of adults. Chances are you either have had or are currently battling periodontal (gum) disease. Unfortunately, in many cases, the disease goes undetected until painful symptoms begin occurring. At which time the disease and any adverse conditions have already set in. Because there are no early signs of periodontal disease, …

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INNOVATIVE ALTERNATIVES FOR YOUR CHRONIC PAIN

INNOVATIVE ALTERNATIVES FOR YOUR CHRONIC PAIN

Regenerative Medicine Regenerative Medicine is a growing field of interest because it gives real results that patients can see and feel! It is a proven approach to enhancing your overall health and will greatly eliminate most painful joint and soft tissue disorders. Sounds impressive but confusing, right? Well in lay­man’s terms it means our bodies were designed to heal themselves! …

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AVOID PROBATE?

AVOID PROBATE?

By James W. Mallonee I have many clients who ask me how to avoid probate. The simple answer is, in Florida to avoid probate you have to have your assets not be in your individual name at death. Once that gets explained, I get asked bow to do that? That answer will be different for different assets. Real estate is …

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Hypertension: What You Need to Know

Hypertension

High blood pressure (hypertension) has little to no symptoms and is often referred to as a silent killer. It can lead to stroke, heart disease, and sudden cardiac arrest. It’s imperative to check your blood pressure regularly. Typically, the systolic blood pressure (top number) rises with age, while the diastolic blood pressure (bottom number) tends to fall. However, any changes …

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Avoiding nail fungus

Avoiding nail fungus

You are ecstatic that your city is finally beginning to reopen after these long months of quarantine. It’s time to enjoy these beautiful sunny days. You slide your feet into a new pair of opened toes shoes, but you are mortified to see your toenails are thick and discolored. Most commonly, these changes are due to an infection of the …

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