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Avoiding and/or Treating Diabetes

Years ago, I had a gentleman come into my office not feeling well. He couldn’t figure out what was going on, but he knew something was wrong and couldn’t explain his severe fatigue. After running some blood tests it was determined he had type 2 diabetes and his sugar levels were very elevated. Talking further...
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When Should I Get A Mammogram?

Many of us know a loved one diagnosed with cancer. It can be life-changing and terrifying to receive that news. While cancer is one of the top causes of death in our country, the good news is that you have the power to change the odds through cancer screenings, such as mammograms. What age should...
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Improving Depression

Depression is a common condition that affects approximately 10% of adults in the United States each year. Symptoms extend beyond a depressed mood. People experiencing depression are also likely to have symptoms of fatigue, sleep disturbances, difficulties with concentration, and changes in appetite. Withdrawal from interests or activities is also common. Many people with depression...
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To Vape or Not to Vape?

To Vape or Not to Vape? That is the question many youths are asking themselves. But, often they don’t know what they need to know to make that decision. Nor do their parents or teachers have the expertise to guide them in that decision process.  Let’s take a test: 1. True or False.  6 out...
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