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There’s more to a healthy smile than simply breaking out the toothbrush

Dr. Sanam Magrey, of Dental Care of Brunswick, has followed through on her vision to modernize her practice with new equipment, a revamped space and office operations. Working with families, she looks at their complete picture of wellness, and tries to educate them about how their dental health is connected to their overall health. “I...

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Dr. Nigel Brayer, of Living Tree Center for Healing, can turn back the hands of time with Acupuncture

Dr. Nigel Brayer at Living Tree Center for Healing is taking centuries-old principals of acupuncture and applying them to facial rejuvenation—smoothing lines and wrinkles and firming skin—and the results are astonishing. “Facial acupuncture addresses the cosmetic effects on the face that are the outcome of many years of the skin...

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Avoid surgery by trying physical therapy, first

The knee is one of the most-used joints in the body. It’s designed to handle the repetitive stress of day-to-day use. But being pushed beyond its limits or turned in a direction it’s not meant to can cause pain and injury. When this happens, physical therapy is the best option for treatment. For many, the first step following a knee injury...

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Snoring & CPAP Solutions offers an alternative to sleep apnea that could literally save your life

While snoring can be a disruption in the bedroom, new research indicates that there’s a lot more to snoring that could keep you up at night. Sleep-related dental problems such as GERD (heartburn/acid reflux) and bruxism (teeth grinding) may be signs of more serious health risks, including stroke, heart disease, arrhythmias and esophageal...

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Inflamed veins: The surprising connection between chronic inflammation and venous disease

Right now there is a lot of emphasis on the heart or, rather, the entire cardiovascular system. February is American Heart Month, a reminder that we should all focus on keeping our heart healthy, while March is National Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month, a public health initiative aimed at raising awareness of this commonly occurring...

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