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8 Essential Health Tips for Women

8 Essential Health Tips for Women

Women are called on to overcome many challenges an d obstacles each day. Un- fortunately, because of all the responsibilities and commitments in life, it can sometimes be hard to find time to take care of yourself. Nevertheless, to keep being all you need to be to everyone, you must …

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Declutter Your Heart

Declutter Your Heart

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church I’m not a packrat (I’m in denial) but I do tend to pile stuff in my study at home.  After a few weeks have gone by I start feeling sluggish when I sit down to write. I look around the room …

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Is heel pain blocking your fitness goals?

Is heel pain blocking your fitness goals?

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACFAOM Heel pain is one of the most common foot conditions affecting Americans. It’s been estimated that as many as half of us suffer from it at one time or another. There are many things that can cause heel pain, including stress fractures, heel spurs, gait …

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Let Regency Memory Care Help Carry Your Burden

Let Regency Memory Care Help Carry Your Burden

Once upon a time, it was called senility and thought to be a natural consequence of getting older. Today, we call it dementia and know that serious mental decline does not necessarily go hand-in-hand with increasing age. Nonetheless, nearly 6 million people in the U.S. suffer from some form of …

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Is It Time to Change Your Relationship With Food?

Is It Time to Change Your Relationship With Food?

Food is the fuel that supports every activity of our lives: physical growth, brain development, exercise, creativity, problem-solving, social interaction, work … none of it is possible without food. Americans are blessed with an overabundance of food. We don’t have to devote nearly all of our waking hours to hunting, …

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When it Comes to Your Colon, Screening Saves Lives

When it Comes to Your Colon, Screening Saves Lives

This year, 140,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer and nearly 51,000 people will die from the disease, according to estimates published by the American Cancer Society. This includes nearly 98,000 new cases of colon cancer and more than 43,000 cases of rectal cancer. Colorectal cancer, also …

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Take a look inside: Nuclear Medicine Studies

Take a look inside- Nuclear Medicine Studies

When we think radioactivity, our minds naturally go to nuclear weapons or power plants. We all know radiation is DANGEROUS. But we rarely think about its beneficial uses, especially when it comes to medicine. But radioactivity is the energy behind one of the most useful diagnostic imaging modalities in use …

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Misophonia, Small Sounds Causing BIG Problems

Misophonia, Small Sounds Causing BIG Problems

By Holly Brady, Office Manager. Maybe you’ve heard about Kelly Ripa from Live! with Kelly and Michael and her aversion to soft sounds. Ms. Ripa reports having always been troubled by chewing sounds and diagnosed herself as having misophonia (or Soft Sound Sensitivity Syndrome). She announced on her show in …

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