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At the Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lexington Public Library, Reading is Just the Beginning

Lifelong learning and the Lexington Public Library go hand in hand. Now, the Library is pleased to introduce Lynda.com, a new online resource that helps anyone learn software, creative and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Lynda.com gives Library members unlimited access to a vast library of high-quality, current …

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When the Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else

Rock in Your Shoe is Something Else Lexington

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACAOM As human beings, we often delude ourselves into thinking health issues will resolve without help. Sadly, this is rarely the case and people suffer needlessly as a result. When it comes to foot problems, this is especially true, considering that the average person walks 3,000 to …

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Bluegrass Salt Room

Bluegrass Salt Room - Lexington

By Tiffany Richir Have you ever wanted to try an all natural treatment option for your respiratory ailments, but not sure what is available and safe? Do you currently suffer from asthma, allergies, sinusitis, ear infections, bronchitis, cold and flu symptoms, smoker’s cough, COPD, psoriasis or eczema? Do you simply wish …

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Unraveling the Mystery of Pain

Unraveling the Mystery of Pain

Pain is frustrating. For a complaint that ranks among the most common reasons people seek a doctor, the answers often fall short of expectations. Pain fatigues patients and the families, who bear witness to the limitations that chronic pain brings. It takes an economic toll, costing employers between $300 billion …

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It’s time to live free from the bonds of addiction

bonds of addiction

It’s estimated that drug addiction costs the U.S. economy $559 billion a year in crime, increased healthcare costs and lost productivity at work. Illicit drug abuse alone accounts for $181 billion in these costs. On a more personal level, drug abuse costs the addict, their families, friends, employers and communities: • …

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Helping cancer patients cope with hair loss

cope with hair loss

Most people know very little about hair – other than needing a haircut or style every few weeks, we generally take it for granted. But hair is an amazing structure, constantly growing, resting and falling out. Hair cells multiple every 23 to 72 hours, making them some of the fastest growing …

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Phantom Breast Pain

Phantom Breast Pain

Cancer treatments can be as distressing as the disease. At Pain Management Medicine, we support the fighter by healing the discomfort of the fight. What is phantom breast pain? The nerves in our bodies make a community; if one goes missing, the rest of the body feels it as pain.  …

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Why is my hair falling out?

Why is my hair falling out

To answer that question, it’s necessary to learn a little about hair and how it grows. Hair is comprised of two major structures – the hair shaft and the follicle, or root. The shaft is composed of inner and outer sheaths, which surround and protect the follicle. Toward the bottom …

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