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Is your swelling salt...or sugar?

If you’re experiencing leg pain, swelling or fatigue, there is a good chance varicose veins are the underlying cause, whether you can see them or not. Our venous system is like the branches on a tree. If something goes wrong with a larger, lower branch, it takes a while for the leaves at its tip to turn brown. Improper venous function means...

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New hope for neuropathy

Have you been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy? Have you been told your nerves are “dead?” If so, I have good news: Advanced Musculoskeletal Medicine Consultants is now offering a leading-edge new therapy for use with any kind of neuropathy, whether related to diabetes, chemotherapy or some other cause. It’s a new therapy design...

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At The Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine, the road to recovery from drugs or alcohol is supportive, discreet and promises a better long-term outcome

Since 2011, the state of Ohio has led the country in the number of deaths caused by opioid overdoses. In fact, last year, Ohioans were five times more likely to die from an overdose than a car accident. A growing number of treatment facilities and methods aim to turn the tide on addiction. The program started in 1998, and The Coleman Institute...

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Janet L. Lowder took a hit to her health and wellness that had her down, here's how MaxStrength Fitness brought her back up

As a newly minted 70-year-old, Janet L. Lowder leads an active life that includes working full-time downtown as an elder law attorney, running, boating and kayaking with her husband, exercising, hitting the yoga mat, and travelling to visit her adorable grandchildren in Seattle and New Jersey. But her enviable lifestyle hasn’t been without a...

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Hearing loss and fall risk

Even mild hearing loss increases the risk of an accidental fall. It is one of several factors that linked to falls, especially for people over the age of 65. Annually, there are over 3 million falling incidents in the United States, and one in five results in injury such as broken bones or head injury. Falls can occur due to poor vision,...

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