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Stop Looking for that Restroom!

Stop Looking for that Restroom!

By Dr. James B. Frederick, MD It’s a subject that most women find embarrassing. Urinary incontinence. No one is talking about it, so they think they’re alone. That their situation is unique. But if you were the only one suffering – why would there be so many TV commercials for products …

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Could 24/7 News Be Harming Your Metal Health?

Could 24/7 News Be Harming Your Metal Health?

Not so long ago, we consumed our news in two, maybe three big chunks. Over breakfast with the morning paper; after dinner with the evening news; and occasionally, if something monumental happened, during a breaking news alert. Now, not only is news a 24-hour-a-day business, you can’t escape it. It’s all …

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3 Things Are Making You Fat!

3 Things Are Making You Fat

Dr. Pearce, D.C. Health and nutrition can be very overwhelming. The doctor on TV says one thing, your friends say another, the latest book claims something totally different, and you are left confused and not making any changes. So let’s get simple. I am going to break down the three most …

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To love others, you must first love yourself

To love others, you must first love yourselfTo love others, you must first love yourself

“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” –Buddha It’s true. As human beings, we are incredibly hard on ourselves. We pick over every flaw and obsess over it endlessly. It’s OK to want to look your best, to feel comfortable in your own …

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What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease

What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease

Robert D. Sawyer, MD Women often think that breast cancer is the deadliest disease affecting them. But in truth, the No. 1 killer of women across the U.S., year after year, is heart disease. It is also a leading cause of disability among women. “If you’ve got a heart, heart disease …

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New Treatment Provides Hope for Those with Knee Pain

New Treatment Provides Hope for Those with Knee Pain

The following is the first in a two-part series focusing on a new treatment that promises relief for knee pain sufferers. This month, we introduce the treatment. In March, we’ll talk more about the treatment as well as therapies that support its success. Do you suffer from debilitating knee pain? …

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Make Resolutions Stick in 2017

Make Resolutions Stick in 2017

Along with singing “Auld Lang Syne” at the start of the New Year, making resolutions is a tradition for millions of Americans. However, while choosing a resolution is easy, sticking to it can be impossible. A 2014 YMCA survey found that less than a quarter of respondents kept their resolutions. Many …

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