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By Alejandro Miranda-Sousa, MD and Darian Yera, APRN Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a problem far more common than we think. Several studies reveal that at least 50% of men in the U.S. experience some form of sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives, thus being one of the most common male sexual problems. Romantic life of couples often get …

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Long Periods of Travel or Sitting are More Dangerous Than Most People Realize

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Do you sit for long periods of time? Just like when traveling by plane or in other vehicles, it’s essential to move your legs, feet and ankles during these stages and it’s important to get up and take breaks. Walking around or doing a few leg exercises can help to recirculate the blood and get things flowing in the right …

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Finding Relief for Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry Eye Syndrome

By Dr. Kate Wagner, board-certified optometrist and managing partner at Elmquist Eye Group Dry, scratchy eyes can be unbearable, changing daily activities such as reading, watching television, using the computer, driving and outdoor activities. Studies show dry eye symptoms can impact quality of life with inability to concentrate at work, irritability and limitations on activities, all which can affect emotional …

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Radiology Regional Provides Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screenings

Radiology Regional

The second most common form of cancer in both men and women is lung cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer (both small cell and non-small cell) is the second most common cancer in both men and women (not counting skin cancer).1 In men, prostate cancer is more common, while in women breast cancer is more common.1 Despite …

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Karen De Souza Ferreira Hunt, MD – Not Your Average Karen

Karen De Souza Ferreira Hunt, MD

Dr. Karen is a talented and compassionate physician, and she is also a fascinating person; some might say an overachiever coupled with a beautiful outlook on life. We caught up with her to discuss her dedication to advanced patient care and her other passion, singing. Q: What sets you apart as a family practice physician? A: I want to be …

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Can Gratitude Make You Healthier?I

Gratitude Make You Healthier

It’s no secret; when we are in a good mood, we feel better. When we take time to relax, enjoy nature, and be thankful for friends, family, and the air we breathe, we are content and happy. The thing about gratitude is that we often overlook the health benefits that coincide. It comes down to psychological principles and the way …

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Can Regenerative Medicine Relieve Your Shoulder Pain?

By Physicians Rehabilitation If you suffer from shoulder pain due to injury, degeneration or disease, you know that most physicians will tell you there are two options, medications such as narcotics, or steroids (which are addictive and risky), or surgery, which is often unnecessary. While surgery may be needed with severe cases, it is permanent, and it often fails to …

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A Story of Hope for Adult Children and Their Parents

Story of Hope

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit our lives like a runaway train, you probably worried about your aging parents living alone, wondering, “Are they healthy? Taking care of themselves? Eating enough? Taking their medication on schedule?” What about the guilt of not visiting them as often as you probably should? Today, with sheltering in place, your parents may be lonelier than …

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Find Out What so Many People Are Raving About in Body Sculpting: Mes Amies Medical Spa Provides

Body Sculpting

EMSCULPT, a New Body Contouring Procedure That Works Body Contouring is all the rage, but the reason many people are willing to try one technique over all of the others is because of two simple facts. Firstly, it works naturally, and secondly, it works internally, not just superficially. That’s why we’re hearing about all of the celebrities trying EMSCULPT® and …

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The Great American Smokeout Challenge: Why Your Cardiologists Wants You To Quit

Smokeout Challenge

Dr. Joseph Freedman MD, MBA Most people are familiar with the negative effects that smoking has on your lungs and the increase in cancer related diseases, but often times are unaware of the damage that smoking does to your cardiovascular health. Smoking cigarettes and other forms of tobacco causes toxic chemicals to enter your lungs and travel throughout your body. All …

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