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Colon Cancer Screening, Which is Right for You?

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
  There are many different tests used in colon cancer screening and it is confusing to know which one is right for you. Not everyone should do the same test. There are controversies about if it is even necessary in asymptomatic people.        

Diets: Which One is Right for You?

submitted by: admin on 10/29/2017
There are so many diets that we become thoroughly confused about what is best for us. Most diets work, but are only half-truths. Your best diet depends on who you are and your unique health issues.                  

Healing Through Bodywork and Massage

submitted by: admin on 09/22/2013
The power of the body is huge and the purpose of bodywork is to connect us with this power. The goal is to break tension and awaken nerves and muscles that are dysfunctional. The exercise we need is individualized to each person. There are two types of exercise; one to build up muscles and the other is to build kinesthetic  awareness. Meir gives examples...

Proactive Dentistry with Andrea Braun, DDS

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Knowing what we are at risk for is the first step and good history starts the process. Looking at the whole person and tailoring treatment to their overall needs is the challenge.          

Should MDs be Paid for Performance?

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Pay-for-performance schemes financially reward MDs for hitting special numerical targets such as hospital stay, readmissions, use of certain drugs, and cost controls. An article in the August issue of the British Medical Journal take the position that pay-for-performance will do more harm than good by changing the mindset of the physician. The Accountable Care...

Why People with the Same Level of Hypertension Need Different Treatments

submitted by: admin on 04/14/2015
Treating blood pressure strictly by the numbers is short-sighted because it does not take into account a person's overall health issues. Certainly it is far more important to aggressively treat someone who has advanced arteriosclerotic disease than someone who is otherwise healthy. Doesn't it make sense to be more aggressive in a person with a history...

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