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Uplifting Experience

Thread Lifts Offer Less Invasive, More Affordable Option for Facial Rejuvenation by TIM CRAIG While thread lifts have been around in the U.S. since the 1990s, advances in technique and

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Pop Quiz: Learn How to Fight the Signs of Aging

Everyone wants to look their best, and most agree that signs of aging are a leading factor in that battle. Signs of aging can include wrinkles, fine lines, dark spots,

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The First Step

Right Mindset, Guidance Can Keep a New Exercise Program From Being Intimidating By PAUL CATALA photos by CALVIN KNIGHT When Nancy Hogan first walked through the doors of the local

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The Quintessential Essential Worker

Demand for Respiratory Therapists On Rise Amid COVID-19 by TERESA SCHIFFER Inhale…exhale….  Many of us take the ease of breathing for granted. We breathe in and out all day and

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Mia’s Mission

7-Year-Old Uses Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis to Teach Others by TIM CRAIG photos by FOSTER’S PHOTOGRAPHY Monique Mathews played a hunch and saved her daughter’s life. It was November 2019,

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Pop Quiz! Do You Know the Roles Vitamins, Minerals Play in Good Nutrition?

Did you know that micronutrient deficiencies affect billions of people worldwide? Micronutrients, also called vitamins and minerals, are an important part of adequate nutrition. There are six essential micronutrients, and

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of This

Health-Conscious Bakery Delivers Low-Carb, Sugar-Free, and Gluten-Free Treats  by  MARY TOOTHMAN You’ve got to love the name of this little bakery: the No Guilt Baking Company. Owned and operated by

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Full Range of Care

Bond Clinic’s Diabetes Clinic Goes Beyond Treatment to Education by TERESA SCHIFFER According to the CDC, the incidence of new diabetes cases is going down — except among young people.

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Pop Quiz!: Fight Breast Cancer By Knowing Fact From Myth

Breast cancer is the second-most commonly diagnosed cancer for women in the U.S. It is also the second-deadliest form of cancer for American women. Thankfully, death rates for women older

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Early Detection

Hollis Cancer Center Doctor Trained in Breast Cancer Genetics by TERESA SCHIFFER Central Florida is a leading region for medical progress. When it comes to advancements in breast cancer research,