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Jan.
Tips on caring for your skin - Blog Post

Tips on caring for your skin

In many parts of the country, the winter months bring harsh temperatures, wet weather, and cold wind. It can all be rough on the skin, and to make it even worse, when you do get inside, you are surrounded by hot, dry air that isn’t so good for skin, either. Winter conditions mean you should […]


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15
Dec.
What Should I Think About When It Comes to BOTOX for the New Year? - Blog Post

What Should I Think About When It Comes to BOTOX for the New Year?

BOTOX cosmetic is a great way to soften certain fine lines and wrinkles on your face – specifically, those wrinkles caused by facial expressions and muscular contractions. With New Year rejuvenation goals in mind, now is a great time to schedule a BOTOX appointment. Perhaps you are wondering when to schedule based on certain New […]


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15
Nov.
Get Your “New Year, New You” Body with truSculpt iD - Blog Post

Get Your “New Year, New You” Body with truSculpt iD

Even though the New Year is still several weeks away, there’s no time like the present to be thinking about your “New Year, New You” body. truSculpt iD is an ideal treatment choice that is non-invasive and provides nearly immediate results, making it an ideal cosmetic procedure for achieving the body you want for the […]


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15
Oct.
Jump Start Your Weight Loss Program Before the Holidays - Blog Post

Jump Start Your Weight Loss Program Before the Holidays

By this time of year, most households already have a bag of candy hidden in the cupboard for handing out on Halloween. How often does that bag of candy actually make it to the night of Halloween? We all get tempted and sneak a small piece here and there, but those treats add up, especially […]


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15
Sep.
Should I Consider IV Therapy? - Blog Post

Should I Consider IV Therapy?

IV therapy has been a common practice for decades. The pioneering treatment that has been found to be effective for everything from migraines to weight loss was originally developed by Dr. John Myers, MD. The “Myers Cocktail” included magnesium, calcium, B-vitamins, and Vitamin C, delivered by IV. The benefit of IV therapy is that, instead […]


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15
Aug.
What Is the Best Birth Control to Stop My Periods? - Blog Post

What Is the Best Birth Control to Stop My Periods?

Using birth control pills to stop periods is a common practice, and relatively safe for most women. Some birth control options are more effective than others for suppressing periods. For example, many women enjoy the freedom of using implants for birth control, and while they can help to minimize periods, cessation only occurs in around […]


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15
Jul.
Sclerotherapy Lets You Show Off Your Legs All Summer - Blog Post

Sclerotherapy Lets You Show Off Your Legs All Summer

Do you avoid wearing shorts or a bathing suit during the summer because you are embarrassed or uncomfortable with the way your legs look? Many women develop varicose veins and spider veins after pregnancy or after years of working in jobs that keep them on the go. But there is an easy fix for varicose […]


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15
Jun.
Slip into Summer with the Body You Desire - Blog Post

Slip into Summer with the Body You Desire

It can be disheartening to be heading into summer and still be dealing with stubborn fat. If you work out regularly, eat healthy, and still struggle to get the body you desire, you may be a good candidate for specialized treatment of stubborn fat areas. In the past, this treatment would have required invasive surgery […]


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15
May.
Do I Have Osteoporosis? - Blog Post

Do I Have Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become so brittle that they break easily, even from a simple fall. Osteoporosis is caused by a loss of bone density and occurs when the body loses bone faster than it can replace it. Although everyone is at risk of developing osteoporosis, post-menopausal women are most likely […]


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15
Apr.
Diabetes and Blood Pressure - Blog Post

Diabetes and Blood Pressure

Managing your blood pressure when you have diabetes is crucial to maintaining your health. High blood pressure (hypertension) can complicate the symptoms of your diabetes, exacerbating kidney disease, eye disease, and circulation. How High Is High Blood Pressure? For a person with diabetes, even blood pressure that is on the high side of normal can […]


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